Delivering on Outcomes of XDR: Threat Analytics and Visualization

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Kyle Black, Technical Director Jeremy Follis, Technical Director, Network Security

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Extended Detection and Response (XDR) helps drive stronger security and faster response times, if as promised, it enables your security operations center to focus on mitigating the most urgent threats. How? Collecting telemetry across all control points, normalizing it, and then applying analytics to uncover trends in malicious events, user behavior, or network anomalies. Delivering that deeply rich correlated and aggregated intelligence to your security operations team in a simple and visual way allows your team to quickly respond to previously unknown risks. XDR drives efficiencies, allowing your Level 1 security analyst to do Level 2 work by connecting the dots for them. Join us on April 21, 9 am PT (12pm ET) for a special webinar with Kyle Black and Jeremy Follis of Symantec at Broadcom, as they talk in-depth about threat analytics and visualization. • What is XDR and how does it help the Security Operations Center (SOC)? • What security telemetry is collectable and how important is data normalization? • What types of threat analyses can be done automatically and what’s the net result? • Why is tracking user and device behavior critical to threat detection? • How does visualizing threat analytics help a security analyst?

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