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Ebook EDR, MDR and XDR: What are the differences?

EDR, MDR and XDR: What are the differences?

As attacks get more complex, organizations are increasingly prioritizing threat detection and response capabilities.

Detection and response is even more important as the COVID-19 pandemic ushered in an age of remote/hybrid work models. And some may be inclined to lump all detection and response approaches as the same–equally created and effective–but they’d be wrong. MDR (Managed Detection and Response), EDR (Endpoint Detection and Response), and XDR (Extended Detection and Response) serve different needs and it’s important to understand the differences to determine which is right for your environment.

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In a January 2020 survey, the SANS Institute learned that half of IT and security leaders planned on increasing their investment in network detection and response tools to help their organizations better defend against emerging threats.

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