Dave Gruber, Senior Cybersecurity Analyst, ESG | Craig Harber, CTO, Fidelis Cybersecurity
Identifying and neutralizing threats early on is key to staying ahead of a sophisticated and evolving attack surface. As detection and response strategies race to detect adversaries before damage can be done, new mechanisms will be required to root out low-and-slow attacks early in the attack chain.
The key to staying ahead in the race to protect your organization is to be proactive. Active XDR (extended detection and response) integrates deception technology with detection and response from the cloud network and endpoint. In this session, presented by Dave Gruber, Principal ESG Cybersecurity Industry Analyst, we’ll discuss:
- Modern detection and response strategies
- The role of extended detection and response
- How different approaches to XDR are shaping up to support evolving security strategies
- How to leverage deception technology