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The 10 Coolest XDR Security Companies To Know In 2021

From dramatically reducing alerts and improving the productivity of security teams to facilitating automated incident response, here’s a look at 10 XDR security companies looking to dominate this emerging market.

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The Brains Of The Operation

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.

An XDR system must have centralized incident response capability that can change the state of individual security products as part of the remediation process, according to research firm Gartner. The primary goal of an XDR platform is to increase detection accuracy by corelating threat intelligence and signals across multiple security offerings, and improving security operations efficiency and productivity, Gartner said.

XDR offerings will appeal to pragmatic midsize enterprise buyers that do not have the resources and skills to integrate a portfolio of best-of-breed security products, according to Gartner. Advanced XDR vendors are focusing up the stack by integrating with identity, data protection, cloud access security brokers, and the secure access service edge to get closer to the business value of the incident.

From dramatically reducing alerts and improving the productivity of security teams to facilitating automated incident response and protecting users, applications and data, here’s a look at 10 XDR security companies fighting for a leadership position in this emerging market.

 
 
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