XDR: Overcoming the Challenges of Detection and Response SurveyEstablishing Best Practice in Structuring and Resourcing Detection and Response
Defending data is an increasingly complex task today, with the threat landscape expanding into unthought-of devices and communication methods, from IOT to the cloud, all while attackers seek to exploit any new vulnerabilities created. To tackle this dynamic landscape, our detection and response tools have grown in number and complexity too. This requires an amalgamation of Endpoint Detection and Response, Network Monitoring, Behaviour Analytics and Security Information and Event Management systems in various measures, but without an integration nightmare and alert overload.
For this reason, the latest best practice is to use XDR - Extended detection and response – it brings together all the disparate data sources, couples it up with analytics and automation to provide complete visibility, while automatically blocking most threats before they become alerts.
However, for this system to work effectively, it’s necessary for security teams to prioritize what are your most important threats, what information/data feeds and tools you need to spot them, in addition to identifying your biggest detection/ response gaps.
To find out more, take a few minutes, and participate in our Overcoming the Challenges of Detection and Response Survey. The goal of the survey is to:
- Identify key shared challenges around detection and response
- Establish best practice in structuring and resourcing detection and response to secure security operational efficiencies
- Share insights and solutions employed by peer organizations to manage security operations and stay ahead of dynamic threats