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November 2019

Open XDR

XDR Without Limits

The industry is awash in cybersecurity tools that focus on specific parts of the infrastructure. There’s EDR (endpoint detection and response) for endpoints, NDR (network detection and response) for network traffic and so on. Palo Alto Networks (@PaloAltoNtwks), Trend Micro (@TrendMicro) and LogRythm (@LogRhythm) all talk to “XDR” (extended detection and response in IT infrastructure) …

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A brief history of machine learning in cybersecurity

How to connect all the dots in a complex threat landscape Originally published in Security infowatch AUTHORS DAVID BARTONDR. ALBERT ZHICHUN LI (IMAGE COURTESY OF BIGSTOCK.COM) As the volume of cyberattacks grows, security analysts have become overwhelmed. To address this issue, developers are showing more interest in using Machine Learning (ML) to automate threat-hunting. In …

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Open XDR

A Platform to Support XDR

Edward Amoroso, Tag Cyber | November 04, 2019 Let’s start with some conditionals: First, if you focus on indicators, then detection and response can be preventive (think about it). Second, if you substitute enterprise systems and devices for endpoints, then EDR evolves to XDR (AKA extended-DR). And third, if you have a great security platform, then …

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