eSentire has used the $325 million it received in February to leverage data from its Atlas XDR platform and strengthen customers' positions around cyber resiliency. The Kitchener, Canada-based company has shifted its focus from alerts and data to business worries and business risk.
Cybereason has gone all-in on helping customers mitigate threats beyond the endpoint to minimize the impact of ongoing SOC staffing challenges, CEO Lior Div says. The company's focus on tracking and following malicious operations sets Cybereason's approach to XDR apart from rivals.
Although small to medium enterprises - SMEs - do not have the security resources larger enterprise possess, they face the same risks. Here are five reasons you should consider consolidating your tech as you strive to find an effective, sustainable security stack that also keeps costs in check.
In a world where the adversary has historically had the upper hand, cortex and IBM have partnered together to flip the script for their clients by partnering best in breed technology with extraordinary services.
Bringing together best-of-breed technology and services, Palo Alto Networks and IBM today announced...
Experiencing an attack is only a matter of time. Most organizations are unaware when a breach is made, and threats go undetected for months at a time due to a global lack of visibility, especially when it concerns endpoints. But there are X5 firewall practices to prevent a data breach.
Cybersecurity megatrends witnessed in the past few years –zero trust, XDR, the pandemic-induced increase in remote workers, and the move to public cloud– have led organizations to rethink their existing endpoint security strategy.
An in-depth survey by ESG was conducted with 359 IT and cybersecurity...
Businesses should capitalize on AI, ML and robotic process automation to address every event rather than just ignoring the ones deemed unimportant by a SIEM. Palo Alto Networks founder and CTO Nir Zuk says AI can be used to probe security incidents in real time rather than waiting for a breach.
Speaking at the company's annual conference, Palo Alto Networks CEO Nikesh Arora urged the industry to move away from the alert triage model popularized by SIEM. SIEM tools have for decades highlighted alerts for SOC analysts to focus on, but the most important ones are getting ignored, he warns.
According to Gartner, XDR adoption among enterprises is at 5% and is predicted to be 40% by 2027.
CISOs from leading organizations are embarking on XDR implementations to keep up with the evolving threat landscape. Don’t get left behind!
Along with the rapid adoption of XDR, there is often a lack of clarity...
A surging Microsoft has leapfrogged to the top of the SIEM Gartner Magic Quadrant, catapulting past security operations stalwarts IBM, Splunk, Securonix and Exabeam. Microsoft has climbed from being named a visionary by Gartner last year to crushing the SIEM market in execution ability this year.
According to Gartner, “By year-end 2027, XDR will be used by up to 40% of end-user organizations.”1 Will yours be one of them?
Extended detection and response (XDR) integrates data from any source to stop modern attacks. By consolidating siloed products and boosting SecOps efficiency, XDR is gaining momentum as...
For Round 4 of the MITRE ATT&CK® Evaluations, 30 vendors participated to see how their solutions stacked up in defending against modern threats. These tests leveraged the tactics, techniques and procedures of two sophisticated threat groups: Wizard Spider and Sandworm.
If you’re considering an XDR or EDR vendor,...
Welcome to the report summarizing
the survey: XDR: Overcoming the
Challenges of Detection and Response.
More than just survey results, this report offers expert analysis of what
organizations perceive to be the main challenges around detection and
response and their response to those challenges, including use...
Security operations stalwart Arctic Wolf has taken on more than $400 million in debt to pursue acquisitions in the cloud, SIEM, endpoint and XDR markets. The money will fuel an upcoming launch in the Asia-Pacific region and expansion in markets such as South Africa, Benelux and the Nordics.
Qualys has purchased a startup founded by longtime Qualcomm leaders to help detect supply chain infections, crypto miners and unauthorized activity in the cloud. The deal will allow customers to detect active exploitation, identify advanced threats and create an adaptive risk mitigation program.