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Moving beyond traditional EDR – How XDR is reshaping SOC operations

One of the defining features of XDR, as with traditional EDR, is that analytic capabilities for detection are native and out-of-the-box. This drives large cost savings, reduction of alert fatigue, and streamlined investigation processes compared to SIEMs and siloed detection tools. While traditional EDR is inherently focused on analytics that runs on endpoint data, XDR goes beyond this by bringing together multiple sources of telemetry, stitching events across your infrastructure together to greatly reduce not only the frequency of alerts but the time to triage and investigate them.

When

Tuesday, December, 08th, 2020

2:00PM ET

One of the defining features of XDR, as with traditional EDR, is that analytic capabilities for detection are native and out-of-the-box. This drives large cost savings, reduction of alert fatigue, and streamlined investigation processes compared to SIEMs and siloed detection tools. While traditional EDR is inherently focused on analytics that runs on endpoint data, XDR goes beyond this by bringing together multiple sources of telemetry, stitching events across your infrastructure together to greatly reduce not only the frequency of alerts but the time to triage and investigate them.

Join us for a candid discussion with Palo Alto Networks Field CTO and former industry analyst Josh Zelonis as he presents:
• A technology focused discussion of how XDR is moving beyond traditional
EDR
•. How XDR is changing SOC operations as backed by market research from
Forrester
•. A discussion on the long term impact of XDR on security architecture

SPEAKER

Josh Zelonis

Cortex CTO

Palo Alto Networks

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