Adapt or Die: XDR Is on a Collision Course With SIEM and SOAR

Despite increased investments in IT security, 59% of surveyed global security decision-makers say their firm’s sensitive data was breached at least once in the past year.

 – Adapt Or Die: XDR Is On A Collision Course With SIEM And SOAR, April 2021

It’s been a tumultuous time when it comes to ransomware and breaches. Extended detection and response (XDR) has become the answer for security teams needing a simpler, more effective way to approach these cybersecurity concerns.

In this report, “Adapt Or Die: XDR Is On A Collision Course With SIEM And SOAR,” authored by Forrester industry analyst Allie Mellen, see why “EDR Is Dead, Long Live XDR.”

Read it to learn:

  • How XDR helps security teams unify detection and response tools, among other benefits
  • Coinciding and diverging use cases between XDR, SIEM and SOAR
  • What to look for when evaluating XDR providers
 

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