Extended Detection and Response (XDR)

What is Extended Detection and Response?

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XDR enables cross-layered detection and response across endpoints, emails, networks, servers and cloud workloads. XDR is designed to be both preventative and predictive. It uses AI and expert analytics to analyze the vast amounts of cybersecurity telemetry for identifying fewer but more reliable and context-rich alerts.

Wait, isn’t that what a SIEM supposed to do? It’s true that while many
organizations use a SIEM to collect logs and alerts from multiple solutions, it is still very difficult to grasp the larger context of the cyber attack with SIEM alone. XDR augments the SIEM by applying analytics and intelligence to drive better, faster detection and automated responses.

Detect and Respond Faster to Cybersecurity Attacks

Monitor, investigate, triage and mitigate cybersecurity threats on email, endpoints, servers, cloud workloads, and network using Microsoft XDR powered by Azure Sentinel, Azure Defender, and Microsoft 365 Defender

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Extended Detection and Response?

  • Organize incidents queue to prioritize and perform risk-informed cybersecurity incident management activities
  • Quickly analyze incident details including affected machines, logs, system files, IP addresses, domains, user accounts, etc. with the help of AI-driven insights
  • Triage alerts with additional business context such as data sensitivity, threat intel, etc.
  • Determine specific remediation steps to address incidents
  • Perform both automated and manual containment and mitigation activities to resolve incidents immediately
  • Provide resiliency and improvement recommendations as part of ongoing cybersecurity monitoring

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