Cortex XDR is the world’s first detection and response app that natively integrates network, endpoint and cloud data to stop sophisticated attacks. Cortex XDR accurately detects threats with behavioral analytics and reveals the root cause to speed up investigations.
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Security teams face a dizzying array of threats, from ransomware and cyberespionage to fileless attacks and damaging data breaches. However, the biggest headache for many security analysts is not the endless number of risks that dominate news headlines but the frustrating, repetitive tasks they must perform every day as they triage incidents and attempt to whittle down an endless backlog of alerts.
XDR must deliver a wide range of common EDR capabilities to provide efficient and effective security against modern attacks, while also integrating with other key prevention, detection, and response tools across the infrastructure. The following RFP checklist includes requirements within nine key categories to help you evaluate the quality of the platforms you’re considering. Use this checklist as a starting point and tailor it to your company’s needs to ensure you’re able to identify vendors that can best support your organization.
Introducing a better category of detection and response tools: XDR. XDR stitches together data from the endpoint, network, and cloud in a robust data lake. Applying advanced machine learning and analytics, it identifies threats and benign events with superior accuracy and gives analysts contextualized information, simplifying and accelerating investigations.
Palo Alto Networks is introducing a breakthrough approach to SOC visibility, investigation and speedy resolution – XDR, detection and response where the “X” stands for across any data source, be it network, endpoint or cloud. XDR brings visibility to the security team across all aspects of the infrastructure, breaking down silos and presenting a holistic picture of the organization’s activity for to improve security operations and posture.
Read this Essential Guide to XDR to learn about XDR, its applications and use cases, and how investing in it today can protect you against tomorrow’s threats. See why XDR has emerged as a market category that integrates network, cloud and endpoint data to help you detect and eliminate threats before the damage is done.
Palo Alto Networks Cortex XDR™ enables you to satisfy multiple PCI DSS requirements and bolster your security posture with one integrated solution for prevention, detection, and response across your enterprise. Cortex XDR is the industry’s first extended detection and response platform that prevents advanced malware, exploits, and fileless attacks while also integrating endpoint, network, and cloud data to stop sophisticated attacks.
Cortex XDRTM Prevent offers best-in-class endpoint protection to stop malware, fileless attacks, and exploits. As a customer, you’re probably already familiar with the exceptional endpoint security, low rate of false positives, and small footprint of the Cortex XDR agent.
SecOps Integration Service for Cortex XDR (Medium) - This service description document (“Service Description”) outlines the Palo Alto Networks SecOps Integration Service for Cortex XDR offering (“Service”).
Cortex XDR™ extended detection and response provides organizations the ideal solution for securing VDI environments. With its lightweight, high-performance agent, it can safeguard virtual desktops without slowing down systems or impacting productivity. Its advanced security engines block known and unknown malware, exploits and fileless attacks. It also collects comprehensive data for detection and response, enabling security teams to investigate incidents after a VDI session ends. Read this paper to learn how Cortex XDR safeguards VDI environments.