IBM QRadar XDR helps security professionals to make business secure

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KaWon Cho and ByongJun “BJ” Na

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Taking Threat Detection and Response to the Next Level with Open XDR The challenges facing today’s security industry can easily be described as a perfect storm: increasingly sophisticated cyber attackers combined with the proliferation of security tools to cover an expanding attack surface driven by remote work and cloud adoption. These dynamics can lead to disconnected insights and data, putting even more pressure on the existing shortage of security skills. As a result, the way security teams approach threat detection and response is at a turning point. To guard against complex threats and safely navigate digital transformation, organizations need broad visibility, connected data and the ability to make smart decisions, fast. Given these challenges, it’s not surprising that extended detection and response (XDR) has gained so much momentum of late. One of the promises of XDR is to provide the security analyst with high-fidelity insights and the ability to take action quickly, with end-to-end visibility, detection, investigation and response across multiple security layers. In short, XDR must enable security teams to work more efficiently.
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