XDR Guide
Four Considerations to Evaluate XDR

What is eXtended Detection and Response (XDR)? This guide outlines everything you need to know in this growing category of security operations tools. We’ve also compiled the top four considerations to keep in mind when selecting an XDR solution.
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Integrated Reasoning

Integrated Reasoning, applying mathematical probability to human decision-making within intrusion analysis for automated investigations and escalation.
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MSSP Buyer’s Guide

Regardless of the size or maturity of your Security Operations Center (SOC), a Managed Security Service Provider (MSSP) might be the right fit for your organization. If you are considering an MSSP, you must weigh the human resource element that includes finding and hiring expert security analyst(s) and the difficulty of retaining that talent. Another option is to outsource operations to an MSSP that monitors your environment 24x7x365. If you are considering outsourcing, please read this comprehensive MSSP Buyer’s Guide to help you with this critical cybersecurity decision.

TAG Cyber: Transform Your MSP to MSSP

An MSP seeking to transform into an MSSP must do so without any reduction in support and without the need to recruit cybersecurity specialists. This guide will detail methods for an MSP to improve day-to-day security support and enable new security services that generate new revenue.

ESG Technical Review of The Respond Analyst: The Virtual Security Analyst

There is no shortage of declarations for revolutionary approaches to threat protection. On one thing that the security community can agree: automation is essential. This is why the latest Technical Review from Enterprise Strategy Group (ESG) is so important. The paper identifies how the Respond Analyst architecture functions as a virtual cybersecurity analyst. ESG details how the Respond Analyst manages a variety of automation decision models, including telemetry by sensor type, activity and incident profile.
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Ponemon Institute Report: The Economics of Security Operations Centers

Ponemon Institute surveyed IT and IT security practitioners in organizations that have a SOC and are knowledgeable about cybersecurity practices in their organizations.