Improving SOC Efficiency by 450x with Forescout XDR

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Justin Foster, Chief Technology Officer; Virendra Bisht, Director of Data Science; George McTaggart, Chief Marketing Officer

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Threat detection and response has become increasingly important, and increasingly difficult, even for seasoned and large SOC teams. Current approaches, including traditional extended detection and response (XDR) solutions, don’t adequately convert the mountain of daily alerts into high-fidelity detections of true threats, nor do they enable SOC teams to automate response processes across the extended enterprise (IT, OT, IoT, IoMT). Forescout XDR, combined with other Forescout solutions, uniquely addresses these challenges. In this 30-minute webinar, you will: ◾Learn how to truly extend detection to every managed and unmanaged connected device across your enterprise ◾Discover how advanced data science enables 450x better detection ◾See how you can better respond to threats through real-time control of your network and devices ◾Explore key use cases for improved SOC efficiency, risk reduction, and enhanced visibility Speakers: Justin Foster, Chief Technology Officer; Virendra Bisht, Director of Data Science; George McTaggart, Chief Marketing Officer
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Your organization has become an Enterprise of Things (EoT). PCs, mobile devices, cloud workloads and other traditional IT systems. Agentless IoT and OT devices. Device diversity is thriving at the cost of security as your users connect from all over the map – literally. Every thing that touches your enterprise network exposes you to potential risk. You must see it and secure it. Get to know Forescout. Learn more about our products, hear about new cyber security trends and see how Forescout helps you address these. We offer the only solution that actively defends the Enterprise of Things at scale. Register for our webinars or visit our website for more information: www.forescout.com Webinar languages include English, German, French, Italian and Spanish.