Speaking at the company's annual conference, Palo Alto Networks CEO Nikesh Arora urged the industry to move away from the alert triage model popularized by SIEM. SIEM tools have for decades highlighted alerts for SOC analysts to focus on, but the most important ones are getting ignored, he warns.
According to Gartner, XDR adoption among enterprises is at 5% and is predicted to be 40% by 2027.
CISOs from leading organizations are embarking on XDR implementations to keep up with the evolving threat landscape. Don’t get left behind!
Along with the rapid adoption of XDR, there is often a lack of clarity...
A surging Microsoft has leapfrogged to the top of the SIEM Gartner Magic Quadrant, catapulting past security operations stalwarts IBM, Splunk, Securonix and Exabeam. Microsoft has climbed from being named a visionary by Gartner last year to crushing the SIEM market in execution ability this year.
For Round 4 of the MITRE ATT&CK® Evaluations, 30 vendors participated to see how their solutions stacked up in defending against modern threats. These tests leveraged the tactics, techniques and procedures of two sophisticated threat groups: Wizard Spider and Sandworm.
If you’re considering an XDR or EDR vendor,...
According to Gartner, “By year-end 2027, XDR will be used by up to 40% of end-user organizations.”1 Will yours be one of them?
Extended detection and response (XDR) integrates data from any source to stop modern attacks. By consolidating siloed products and boosting SecOps efficiency, XDR is gaining momentum as...
Welcome to the report summarizing
the survey: XDR: Overcoming the
Challenges of Detection and Response.
More than just survey results, this report offers expert analysis of what
organizations perceive to be the main challenges around detection and
response and their response to those challenges, including use...
Security operations stalwart Arctic Wolf has taken on more than $400 million in debt to pursue acquisitions in the cloud, SIEM, endpoint and XDR markets. The money will fuel an upcoming launch in the Asia-Pacific region and expansion in markets such as South Africa, Benelux and the Nordics.
Qualys has purchased a startup founded by longtime Qualcomm leaders to help detect supply chain infections, crypto miners and unauthorized activity in the cloud. The deal will allow customers to detect active exploitation, identify advanced threats and create an adaptive risk mitigation program.
Identity protection, XDR, data analytics and cloud security have been SentinelOne's biggest investment areas, says CEO Tomer Weingarten. Cloud has become the fastest-growing part of SentinelOne's business, appealing even to customers who might have chosen a different vendor for endpoint security.
SentinelOne is taking on top rival CrowdStrike in the venture arena, unveiling a $100 million fund to support security and data startups of all sizes. S Ventures will give the company broader reach in adjacent markets and enable high-value integrations that can grow over time.
CrowdStrike has purchased external attack surface management startup Reposify to help organizations detect and eliminate risk from vulnerable and unknown assets. This deal will allow CrowdStrike to combine its insights on endpoints and IT environments with Reposify's internet-scanning capabilities.
Defending data is an increasingly complex task today, with the threat landscape expanding into unthought-of devices and communication methods, from IOT to the cloud, all while attackers seek to exploit any new vulnerabilities created. To tackle this dynamic landscape, our detection and response tools have grown in...
Existing security operations tools focus too much on detecting threats and creating alerts rather than stopping attacks before they happen, says Check Point CEO Gil Shwed, who claims the firm's new MPR and XPR tools will reduce the number of events security analysts handle by at least 90%.
New CEO Bob VanKirk wants to capitalize on SonicWall's distributed network technology and strength in the education and state and local government sectors to expand beyond the company's traditional strength with small and mid-sized businesses and into larger enterprises.
The latest edition of the ISMG Security Report discusses how ransomware groups continue to refine their shakedown tactics and monetization models, highlights from this year's Black Hat conference and why helping those below the "InfoSec poverty line" matters to businesses.