Overloaded security teams, poor visibility, and threat alert overload have quite an impact when it comes to detecting and effectively responding to cyber threats. Since today’s cyberattacks are extremely tricky and complex, to the point of hiding throughout different layers within an organization, it is important to understand, as the old saying goes, that modern problems require modern solutions.
As cyber attackers become shrewder in taking advance of the available technology, the need for robust cybersecurity solutions increases. Here is where XDR steps in.
But what is XDR? How does it work and what does it bring to the table? Is it the best option out there? Keep reading to find out!
What is XDR?
The acronym stands for extended detection and response, embodying a type of cybersecurity solution that both monitors and mitigates incidents. As for a proper definition, we can describe XDR as a cross-layered detection and response tool. Simply put, this technology 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 focus on