What is XDR and How Will it Impact the SOC?

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Marilyn Littell, VP of Software Solutions and Jeff Smith, VP of Technology of IIS Technology

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eXtended Detection and Response (XDR) solutions offer unified security sensor integrations that enable the Security Operations teams to respond to threats more effectively and efficiently. They promise streamlined incident detection and less security engineering costs than SIEM or SOAR solutions. So, how do security leaders find the best XDR solution for their enterprise? In this live webcast, Marilyn Littell, VP of Software Solutions, and Jeff Smith, VP of Digital Transformation Technologies at IIS, discuss the key considerations for evaluating the operational and business costs/benefits of implementing an XDR solution. Joined by guest, Dan Lamorena, CMO of Respond Software, this interactive discussion will focus on answering these three questions: 1. What are the key benefits of an XDR, and do we need them? 2. What is beneath the hood in an XDR, and will it effectively find real events in our environment? 3. What are the considerations we should have when building out a shortlist of vendors?

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Respond Software is the cybersecurity investigation automation company and creator of the Respond Analyst, an XDR engine built to accelerate investigations for security operations teams. Defense agencies, government bodies, universities, large enterprises, and leading managed service providers use the Respond Analyst to get investigation power at machine speed. The Respond Analyst works with the broadest range of vendors, sensors, threat intelligence and data repositories in the industry to improve detection and response while raising security analyst productivity. Since its founding in 2016, Respond Software has partnered with more than 100 customers to apply data science to help security operations defend their enterprise. www.respond-software.com.