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XDR: A Force Multiplier for Threat Detection

As threat actors have become more sophisticated and cybersecurity teams continue to remain overwhelmed by cyber threats, security leaders are looking to Extended Detection and Response (XDR) for support. XDR has gained popularity in its ability to correlate threat signals across environments, reduce time to detection, and improve cyber threat response and containment.

Ultimately, cybersecurity leaders are looking to XDR to achieve complete attack surface visibility and stop advanced threats before they become business-disrupting events. With 77% of survey respondents indicating that they will likely invest in XDR in the next 2 years, this is a strong sentiment to the value of XDR in the cybersecurity space.

Download the full eBook and learn more about:

  • What XDR is (and isn’t)
  • What’s driving interest in XDR and how XDR takes a more proactive approach to threats
  • Which organizations are best suited to benefit from an XDR platform, and whether to adopt an open or closed XDR infrastructure

Originally published by CyberRisk Alliance

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