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XDR Poised to Become a Force Multiplier for Threat Detection

As cyber threats have evolved and cybersecurity operations continue to be stretched thin amidst large volumes of security alerts, an increasing number of cyberattacks are slipping through the defenses.

In addition, the transition to remote work has expanded the cyberattack surface given the expansion of cloud services and endpoints, volume of data flow, and behaviour of users working across the globe. As a result, security practitioners are looking to Extended Detection and Response (XDR) solutions for a more holistic approach to cyber threat detection and response.

eSentire and CyberRisk Alliance recently conducted a survey of 300 IT and cybersecurity decision-makers and influencers to determine why security practitioners consider XDR solutions, their level of familiarity with XDR, the top benefits they associate with XDR solutions, and how XDR improves overall risk management.

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  • Key challenges that cybersecurity teams face with cyber threat detection and response due to a lack of threat visibility and context
  • How XDR is built to identify, improve, and investigate cyber threats at scale
  • The reported and perceived benefits of XDR solutions
  • The overall effectiveness of XDR in cyber risk management

Originally published by CyberRisk Alliance

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