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Part 2: A Collision Course… SIEM and XDR

In my last blog, I talked about how extended detection and response (XDR) has the potential to fulfill an important promise—but in reality, confusion reigns. XDR as a category doesn’t work. At its core, it is an architecture, one that can revolutionize how we think about security operations. In this blog, we’ll compare SIEM and […]

What Is Open XDR?

Open extended detection and response (Open XDR) is a growing term in cybersecurity. It denotes an open, vendor-agnostic approach to detection and response that goes beyond the endpoint for a holistic view of your security posture across a broad tool set. Let’s take a closer look at how this security methodology emerged and how it […]

What Is XDR (Extended Detection and Response)?

XDR stands for extended detection and response and is a cross-platform threat detection and response strategy. XDR is a new category that’s been generating a lot of hype in the world of cybersecurity, and for good reason: Some of its hallmarks include centralization of normalized data, correlation of security data and alerts into incidents, and […]