XDR Vs SIEM: Organizational Needs

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Peter Varhol, Technology Evangelist, Gurucul

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Extended Detection and Response (XDR) and Security information and event management (SIEM) platforms perform roughly similar security functions, in that they both examine data to determine the likelihood of a breach and/or attack. They look for anomalous behaviors and flag them for further investigation. Some organizations question which approach is right for their security analytics needs. This webinar focuses on the respective strengths and limitations of both approaches, and what they share in common. It explains how each work, what data they look at and how they evaluate risk and the protection they offer. It offers guidelines on what circumstances are most appropriate for each solution in an organization. Attendees will learn: 1. The fundamental differences between XDR and SIEM. 2. The strengths and limitations of each approach, including operating in the cloud. 3. How to utilize both real-time and saved data analytics to determine the security of your computing environment.

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