10 Hot XDR Security Companies You Should Watch In 2023
These XDR (extended detection and response) vendors are enabling businesses to collect and correlate data feeds across their security tools and environments — ultimately providing an improved way to prioritize threats.
Since the rebranding from McAfee Enterprise and FireEye in 2022, Trellix has been seeking to build upon its strong presence in the endpoint security market to move into XDR. “Where we’re going is to be the market leader in XDR,” said Trellix CEO Bryan Palma (pictured) last year.
A key differentiator is that the Trellix platform supports both native and open XDR approaches, Palma said. Another is that the company has a history in both security operations and endpoint protection, he said. “A lot of the [XDR] competitors play in the security ops market or the endpoint market, but not in both,” Palma said.
The platform’s support for open XDR also helps the cybersecurity industry to move past its history of “warring factions,” and toward becoming an “adaptable, flexible ecosystem,” Palma said.