For SOCs looking to improve their ability to detect and respond to threats efficiently and effectively, Extended Detection and Response (XDR) has generated increasing amounts of excitement and discourse in the industry. XDR was one of the hottest topics at RSA 2022, but like with many “hot new trends”, perspectives on what XDR actually is, and how it can help SOCs, are still developing. For security leaders, getting a clear understanding of just that – what XDR is and how it can help – is the first step to unlocking its potential.
With all the hype, it is important to consider the perspectives of respected industry analysts – who have seen the rise and fall of many hot trends – to see what they think about this topic. IBM has sponsored ESG’s independent survey of 376 IT and security professionals involved with cybersecurity technology and processes to ask them about their perspective on SOC modernization and the role of XDR. The comprehensive survey digs into topics like the role of XDR, how it fits into a SOC, how it can help in SOC operations, and more!
Download the report to get detailed insights into the findings and see how other organizations are using/ plan to use XDR.
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