Help Net Security Publishes a Report on Extended Detection and Response (XDR)

Help Net Security, an independent site focusing on information security, has recently started a new series of reports in order to help CISOs worldwide choose what’s best for their organization when it comes to cybersecurity solutions and providers. Help Net Security’s first report revolves around the extended detection and response (XDR) topic.

As defined by my colleague Cezarina in her article, XDR is a technology that collects and then correlates data over a variety of security layers, such as endpoints, emails, servers, clouds, and networks. This means that XDR can enable your security team to detect, investigate, and respond to threats across multiple layers of security, and not just focusing on the end-point detection.

How Do You Choose the Best XDR Solution for Your Organization?

Well, there are plenty of options but we think that the most important factor to take into consideration for your organization is how XDR will enhance the success and efficiency of your security operations.

Heimdal™‘s CEO Morten Kjærsgaard was among the cybersecurity experts invited to talk about this topic.

According to him, if you want to ensure your company’s security, whether you use services from an outside supplier or decide on developing something internally, XDR is

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