56 min video
Over the last decade we have seen the security technology market constantly splinter into smaller categories as emerging technology and user requirements lead to new solution sets. No surprise in that some of these solutions have grown into full blown markets (endpoint detection and response) while other’s have been absorbed into existing technology (user and entity behavior analytics).
Now you are confronted by a new solution known as XDR (eXtended Detection and Response) which closely mirrors EDR, NDR, and MDR. Are we reaching a point of saturation with ‘detection and response (DR)’ offerings? Or, have EDR, NDR, and MDR proven to be too narrow in their data collection and telemetry.
In this webcast, you’ll learn:
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