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10 Emerging Cybersecurity Trends To Watch In 2022

A variety of new cybersecurity threats, technologies and business models have emerged as the COVID-19 pandemic dragged into its second year and criminal gangs became more brazen than ever before.

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Extended Detection And Response (XDR)

Extended detection and response (XDR) centralizes security data by combining security information and event management (SIEM); security orchestration, automation, and response (SOAR), network traffic analysis (NTA), and endpoint detection and response (EDR). Obtaining visibility across networks, cloud and endpoint and correlating threat intelligence across security products boosts detection and response.

Longtime industry players have strengthened their XDR muscle via acquisition over the past year, with Barracuda buying Skout Cybersecurity to give MSPs the technology and manpower needed to respond to cyberthreats, Sophos purchasing Braintrace to get visibility into suspicious network traffic patterns, and IBM agreed to purchase ReaQta to automatically identify and manage threats on the endpoint.

Outside money has flown into companies focused on detection and response, with Arctic Wolf raising $150 million in July to grow its presence in the orchestration, remediation, deception, and cloud security spaces by making between several acquisitions over the next year. Similarly, Cybereason in July raised $275 million to double its headcount and pursue acquisitions in the XDR and cloud security markets.

 
 
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