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Extended Detection and Response / XDR news stories

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Microsoft unveils three new security managed services
Security Experts includes three new managed services, Defender Experts for Hunting, Defender Experts for XDR, Security Services for Enterprise.
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Trend Micro named a Leader in endpoint detection and response
Global cybersecurity company Trend Micro has been named a Leader in endpoint detection and response by Forrester. 
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Data Protection
Global poll unearths alarming data protection levels
A survey of 800 data security decision-makers across 11 countries from enterprises with 5,000 or more employees has disclosed a series of alarming results.
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Qualys Context XDR launched to rapidly identify threats
Incident response and threat hunting teams need an accurate picture of their attack surface to maintain an effective security program, Qualys states.
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Managed Services
Deloitte calls on Exabeam as vendor for managed XDR
According to Exabeam president Ralph Pisani, the company’s cybersecurity and automation capabilities will assist with threat detection, investigation, and response.
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'Living security' firm Trellix emerges from ashes of FireEye, McAfee Enterprise
Named after 'trellis', a supporting structure commonly used to support trees and plants, the company's ‘living security’ will learn and adapt.
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CyberArk and Recorded Future officially join the XDR Alliance
"We welcome CyberArk and Recorded Future to the alliance. Their diverse cybersecurity expertise will serve to further strengthen organisations SOCs and accelerate the building of an open XDR framework.”
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How an intelligence-driven approach can close the XDR gap
Extended detection and response (XDR) has become the white-hot name in the security world, writes Anomali senior VP and GM Stree Naidu.
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Artificial Intelligence
Fortinet: Artificial intelligence essential to combat fast-moving threats
Cornelius Mare, Fortinet Australia CISO, explains how AI helps manage risk, reduce costs and improve operational efficiency. AI is most effective when deployed across the entire attack surface.
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Palo Alto Networks
Palo Alto Networks brings more power to security teams with Cortex XDR 3.0
"With our third generation XDR solution expanding to cloud and identity analytics, Cortex XDR 3.0 has taken a large step towards being the comprehensive platform for the SOC."
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Frost & Sullivan
Frost & Sullivan awards ThreatQuotient for XDR leadership
The 2021 Best Practices Competitive Strategy Leadership Award for XDR recognises strong performance across seven categories.