How do you Detect and Respond to Security Incidents?

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Or “Why you still cannot respond quickly to new threats, despite your massive investments in Security”.

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If you lack integration between your security products, you need an “XDR” (Extended Detection and Response) solution. Many vendors now offer XDR on their portfolio. Make sure you choose one that supports 3rd party solutions.

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Passionate about Network, Cloud and Security technologies. Technical Specialist @Microsoft. Opinions are my own.

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