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Erin Sweeney

Erin Sweeney believes ReliaQuest GreyMatter is for security analysts what Cerebro is for Professor X. All seeing and all knowing to solve security's hardest problems and make Open XDR-as-a-Service real, not just hype.
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Get Started with Security Automation–Tips from the Pros

“Security is a team sport…and in a game where the rules keep changing…being able to automate, you’re not only doing strategy, but you are also able to train employees around having a stronger security mindset.” Ken Westin, Director of Security Strategy at ReliaQuest In the recent webinar “Getting Started with Security Automation”, the first in […]

Solving Three Major Security Challenges with One Newly Patented Technology

The Promise of Open XDR becomes Possible with Newly Awarded Patent We’re already overwhelmed by XDR, right? [XDR=eXtended or cross-platform Detection and Response] A new vendor-led buzzword craze without any real substance. How is this different from SIEM or EDR or UBA or SOAR? With everyone XDR-washing, it’s not. Especially when there seems to be […]

How to Integrate Threat and Vulnerability Management into Security Operations

  In today’s cybersecurity threat landscape, with its ever-growing volume of incidents, it is remarkable to think that proactive threat and vulnerability management remains a challenge for companies to address effectively. Organizations are adopting threat exposure management techniques to manage business risks stemming from developing and applying technology such as Internet of Things (IoT) connectivity, […]

How We Got Here: Will Open XDR Finally Unify Our Security Environment?

First published September 2020 The hype cycle around XDR (extended detection and response) is in full swing. But the problems it promises to solve and the outcomes security analysts are looking for are nothing new. INSIDE Where did XDR come from? Open XDR How ReliaQuest defines open XDR Where did XDR come from? It started […]