Extended Detection and Response (XDR)

The Need for Full Protection, Visibility and Instant Response:

Cybersecurity for Lean IT Security Teams

Effective cybersecurity comes down to an organization’s ability to see and eliminate all threats. This includes:

  • Detecting the threats that do make their way into the environment.
  • Determining if a detected threat is part of a larger attack.
  • Containing and eradicating all threats and attack components.

Therefore, cynet cybersecurity technology must detect and react to threats in an instant. The cybersecurity threat landscape is evolving exponentially in both speed and scope. Mean- while, most security teams struggle to keep pace with emerging threats with the resources they have at hand. These organizations often lack global visibility and context across their technology stacks, creating gaps in what they can see and detect. Simultaneously, analysts juggle point tools for each vector, forcing them to analyze data in isolation and manually investigate. Today’s security teams need a more proactive solution to identify, contain, and remediate emerging threats SentinelOne Singularity XDR unifies and extends detection and response capabilities across multiple security layers, including endpoint, cloud, identity, network, and mobile, providing security teams with centralized end-to-end enterprise visibility, powerful analytics, and auto- mated detection and response XDR across a large cross-section of the technology stack.

Singularity XDR integrates threat intelligence for detection and enrichment from leading third-party feeds and proprietary sources, to auto-enrich incidents with real-time threat intel- ligence. This empowers security teams with additional contextual risk scores on indicators of compromise IOCs)such as IPs, hashes, vulnerabilities, and domains. Singularity XDR maps events to the MITRE ATT&CK framework to make analysis and investigation easy for security teams.

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Extended Detection and Response (XDR)

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