Are your endpoints safe? Extending managed detection and response capabilities

Presented by

Rakesh Shah, AVP Product Management – Cybersecurity

About this talk

Organizations are looking for ways to protect against threats across a growing attack surface, and extended detection and response, or XDR, can help do this. However, while XDR delivers the centralized visibility, improved threat detection, and automated response that analysts need, the technology is complex. Service providers can provide the support organizations need to deploy and manage the tools that feed into their XDR solution The endpoint is often the first point of attack for a threat actor, which makes managing and securing it of critical importance to organizations both large and small. By integrating additional telemetry sources, XDR extends the capabilities of endpoint detection and response (EDR) tools to provide a more complete picture of threats. Join this 30-minute session to learn how XDR helps deliver the security outcomes organizations seek by protecting across network, endpoint, and cloud environments. Agenda • What is XDR, and what’s driving the need for it? • How service providers help ensure stronger, smarter integrations • XDR options: Native vs. open • Why service providers can support better security outcomes

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