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EDR, NDR, MDR, XDR: It Still Comes Down to Detection and Response

ReliaQuest’s Erin Sweeney on the Evolution and Rebranding of Defense

EDR, NDR, XDR—we keep rebranding defense, but it all still comes down to detection and response, says Erin Sweeney of ReliaQuest. In this podcast, she discusses the latest evolution—including open XDR—and how enterprises are deploying it to proactively manage risk and advise the business.

In this video interview with Information Security Media Group, Sweeney discusses:

  • The challenges that prompt the constant rebranding of detection and response.
  • What approach enterprises need to deliver a comprehensive picture of their security program.
  • How ReliaQuest is helping customers tackle upcoming challenges by unifying detection and response across their existing technology investments.

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Sweeney leads product marketing for ReliaQuest after an 11-year tenure at Splunk, where she held a variety of roles across solution, industry, field, and customer success. While there, her efforts helped drive the growth of the company from a start-up with $8 million in annual revenue to a $2 billion publicly traded cybersecurity industry leader. Prior to Splunk, Sweeney held marketing roles at Vocus (now Cision) and EFI.

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