Seeing The Bigger Picture
Vendors attending RSA 2021 have invested heavily in making it easier for customers and partners to obtain insights from multiple sources across the enterprises, get visibility into and reduce the endpoint attack surface, and mitigate incidents in near real-time through automated threat detection and response capabilities that execute directly on the endpoint.
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.
XDR offerings can integrate with everything from the endpoint and firewall to analytics and threat intelligence feeds to server and email security tools. Here’s a look at how seven vendors attending RSA Conference 2021 are leveraging XDR to meet the threat detection, incident response, and compliance management needs of customers.