Jon Oltsik, Senior Principal Analyst, Enterprise Strategy Group and Kyle Black, Technical Director, Symantec
About this talk
Industry analysts have begun talking about Extended Detection and Response, or XDR, as an important security approach that helps streamline security operations centers (SOCs) with cross control visibility and intelligence and helps SOCs identify threats that would have otherwise gone undetected.
Threat detection and response is a core component of modern security programs, driving investment in tools to improve visibility, efficacy, and efficiency. As organizations commit to and extend EDR, NDR, or other security analytics solutions in support of broad threat detection and response programs, new opportunities arise for XDR.
Join us for a special webinar as we discuss Enterprise Strategy Group’s recently completed research on the impact of XDR on the modern SOC with Jon Oltsik, Senior Principal ESG Analyst and ESG Fellow.
Join us on January 13, 9 am PT (12pm ET) to hear what your peers are doing with XDR. In this webinar, you will learn the following:
• What organizations are looking from XDR
• The biggest challenge in deploying XDR
• The role a SIEM plays in XDR
• Whether XDR is real or just a trendy catchphrase
Broadcom’s Symantec Enterprise Division, the global leader in cyber security, helps organizations and governments secure identities and information wherever they live. Organizations across the world look to Broadcom’s Symantec Enterprise Division for strategic, integrated solutions to defend against sophisticated attacks across endpoints, identities, and infrastructure, whether on-premises, in the cloud, or both.