Since Nir Zuk, Palo Alto Networks CTO, coined XDR in 2018, XDR has captured and shifted the collective imagination of security teams and analysts alike. It has also led to confusion on what XDR is and isn’t.
Many see extended detection and response, or XDR, as the key to breaking down data silos, reducing security blind spots and improving SOC efficiency. However, not all users know the use cases for XDR and which vendors are offering true XDR.
To find out more about what XDR is and isn’t, join Gary Spiteri, Sr. Systems Engineer Specialist - Cortex, to realize the true benefits of XDR and gain a deeper understanding of: