The security gap left by XDRs, MDRs, and EDRs is up to 30%.
30%! This is not a small number. Extended Detection and Response (XDR) solutions provide a holistic approach to cybersecurity, thanks to their integration of various cybersecurity solutions from different sources. But without behavior patterns from previous attacks, there’s no way to automatically detect and respond to future malicious behavior. This is why XDR covers most of common threats and vulnerability issues, but is not capable of detecting unknown threats and APTs.
If you don’t have a cyber deception solution as part of your XDR strategy, 3 out of 10 attackers could waltz right in.
Download our new whitepaper, Incorporating Deception into Your XDR Framework: A Game-Changing Approach.
Cyber deception is technology designed for active defense, luring attackers to reveal their playbooks, and quickly detecting threats of all kinds. When deployed, deception greatly increases the difficulty adversaries have in carrying out their tasks, thanks to digital twins that divert them from the production environment. Integrating deception with XDR helps organizations identify unknown threats and vulnerabilities from both their external and internal surfaces.
We explore how deception complements XDR security technologies to exponentially increase their effectiveness. Download the whitepaper to get :
- Deception use cases for XDR
- Deception integration benefits for XDR
- Expert insights on staying ahead of the threat landscape through deception and XDR integration
Adding deception technology to XDR platforms helps fill a security gap that is just too risky to leave wide open. It allows organizations to detect faster, take back the advantage and stop threat actors in their tracks.
Richard Barrell is the Head of Product Management, responsible for the company’s product development and growth. Follow him on LinkedIn.