The cybersecurity industry loves acronyms and XDR is rising swiftly to the top of the charts of the current lexicon. Extended detection and response (XDR) is a designation used when you do not have the ability to cover a wide range of threat vectors. S…Read More XDR and MDR: What’s the difference and why does it matter?
A security operations center (SOC) is the central nervous system of any advanced cybersecurity program. Yet even the most well-funded, highly organized and properly equipped SOC is often no match for a simple misconfiguration error. Organizations have …Read More The SOC is blind to the attackable surface
Wading through waves of alert noise to find real threats and manually connecting the dots to find context in real-time attacks are essential capabilities in today’s cyberthreat detection and response battleground. While it sounds impossible, the same t…Read More Knowledge graphs: The secret of Google Search and now XDR