Innovation Insight for Extended Detection and Response

Gartner Research

In new research on Extended Detection and Response (XDR), Gartner analysts note, “XDR is beginning to have real value in improving security operations productivity with alert and incident correlation, as well as built-in automation.”

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• Gartner’s top three requirements for XDR

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• How Cybereason XDR helps customers focus on threats that matter


If your team is seeking an approach to threat detection that minimizes alert fatigue, rule-tuning, and recurring data pipelining, consider XDR in your security strategy.

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Unified detection and response capabilities that help you find and end Malops (malicious operations) across the entire IT stack including endpoint, network and cloud deployments.

Gartner, Innovation Insight for Extended Detection and Response, Peter Firstbrook, Craig Lawson, 19 March 2020.
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