Three XDR Use Cases, How To Achieve Them

On-Demand Webcast|1 Hour

The noise about eXtended Detection and Response (XDR) focuses too much on the market and vendors and not enough on problems security teams must solve. This webcast panel discussion among industry experts will focus on three of the most pressing cybersecurity challenges, why they are hard to solve, and how the right approach to XDR might actually make things better. 



Chase Snyder

Sr. Product Marketing Manager


As a Sr. Product Marketing Manager at ExtraHop, Chase strives to extract the signal from the noise in the cybersecurity market. For the past six years Chase's work has focused on educating and enabling security operations teams on the subjects of network detection and response, cryptography, and a grab bag of cybersecurity frameworks including NIST CSF, MITRE ATT&CK and D3FEND, and the CIS Top 20 controls.


Gorka Sadowski

Chief Strategy Officer


Gorka is Chief Strategy Officer at Exabeam. In his role, he assists the executive team and functional leaders across the company with developing, communicating, executing and sustaining corporate strategic initiatives. Gorka has spent the last 30 years in security with experience spanning leadership roles across product management, sales, marketing and operations. Prior to Exabeam, Gorka was senior director and security and risk management analyst at Gartner driving coverage for SIEM, SOC, and managed detection and response (MDR), while also leading research for IT leaders on emerging topics. Prior to Gartner, Gorka led business development at Splunk where he established and built the Splunk security ecosystem. Prior to Splunk, Gorka established presence for LogLogic in Southern Europe, ran security activities for Unisys in France and launched the first partner-led intrusion detection and prevention system (IDPS) in the industry as lead for NetScreen’s Emerging Technology efforts. A certified CISSP, Gorka received a computer science degree from Universite de Pau in France before moving to the U.S. as a Ph.D. candidate in network security at the University of Miami.


Sri Sundaralingam

VP of Security and Cloud Solutions


Sri Sundaralingam is the VP of Security and Cloud Solutions at ExtraHop with the key focus on educating the market on emerging security threats and the need for Network Detection and Response solution. Sri has led the global product and solution marketing team at ExtraHop past two years. He has been at the forefront of the cybersecurity industry past two decades taking many innovations to market at ExtraHop, Symantec, Shape Security, Endace, and Cisco Systems. Sri has authored a book and several whitepapers on cybersecurity topics in the past two decades to help organizations improve their security posture.


Deb Radcliff

Strategic Analyst

CyberRisk Alliance

Deb Radcliff, strategic analyst with the CRA’s custom research program, is the first investigative journalist to make cybercrime a beat. In 2005, she stood up an analyst program for the SANS Institute, which she directed for fifteen years. Radcliff has won two Neal Awards for investigative reporting, and feels one of her crowning career moments was speaking at West Point Military Academy.

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