Extended Detection and Response (XDR) Platforms

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CrowdStrike Falcon

CrowdStrike offers the Falcon Endpoint Protection suite, an antivirus and endpoint protection system emphasizing threat detection, machine learning malware detection, and signature free updating. Additionally the available Falcon Spotlight module delivers vulnerability assessment…

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Watchguard Endpoint Security

WatchGuard EPDR (formerly Panda Adaptive Defense 360) combines next-generation antivirus protection, endpoint detection and response (EDR), patch management, content filtering, email security, full disk encryption, and more, into one package. The platform touts a unique zero-trust…

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Rapid7 InsightIDR

In addition to their incident response service, Rapid7 offers InsightIDR, a combined XDR and SIEM that provides user behavior and threat analytics.

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Watchguard Endpoint Security

WatchGuard EPDR (formerly Panda Adaptive Defense 360) combines next-generation antivirus protection, endpoint detection and response (EDR), patch management, content filtering, email security, full disk encryption, and more, into one package. The platform touts a unique zero-trust…

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Splunk Enterprise Security (ES)

Splunk Enterprise Security (SIEM) is the company's flagship SIEM product, offered as a premium service to subscribers of Splunk Cloud or Splunk Enterprise.

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CrowdStrike Falcon

CrowdStrike offers the Falcon Endpoint Protection suite, an antivirus and endpoint protection system emphasizing threat detection, machine learning malware detection, and signature free updating. Additionally the available Falcon Spotlight module delivers vulnerability assessment…

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Microsoft Defender XDR

Microsoft 365 Defender combines SIEM and XDR capabilities for Microsoft 365 environments, encompassing threat detection, post-breach detection, automated investigation, and response for endpoints. Additionally, it protects cloud apps, emails and documents, and employee identities.…

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Sophos Intercept X

Sophos Endpoint Protection (Sophos EPP) with Intercept X is an endpoint security product providing an antivirus / antimalware solution that when upgraded with Intercept X or Intercept X Advanced provides advanced threat detection and EDR capabilities.

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Rapid7 InsightIDR

In addition to their incident response service, Rapid7 offers InsightIDR, a combined XDR and SIEM that provides user behavior and threat analytics.

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Cisco SecureX

Cisco Threat Response automates integrations across select Cisco Security products and accelerates key security operations functions: detection, investigation, and remediation. Threat Response integrates threat intelligence from Cisco Talos and third-party sources, which adds context…

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Palo Alto Networks Cortex XDR

Traps replaces traditional antivirus with multi-method prevention, a proprietary combination of malware and exploit prevention methods that protect users and endpoints from known and unknown threats.

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SentinelOne Singularity

SentinelOne is endpoint security software, from the company of the same name with offices in North America and Israel, presenting a combined antivirus and EDR solution.

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Trend Micro Worry-Free Services Suite

Trend Micro offers an end-to-end hosted security solution which they call the Worry-Free Business Security suite for midsize and larger enterprises, which provides a wide range of services such as endpoint protection, email encryption, general antivirus and threat detection and prevention,…

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Kaspersky EDR Expert

Kaspersky Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) Expert provides endpoint protection, advanced detection, threat hunting and investigation capabilities and multiple response options in a single package. It is an EDR solution for IT security teams with more mature incident response…

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Sophos Intercept X for Server

Sophos now offers Intercept X for Server, as a server-specific version of its popular endpoint security solution, featuring advanced malware detection and prevention, ransomware protection, and hacker deterrents.

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Cynet 360

New York based Cynet offers their XDR platform Cynet 360, which monitors endpoints and networks, correlates and analyzes suspicious behavior, and provides automated remedial protection and manual remediation guidance to contain and eliminate cyber attackers.

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IBM Security QRadar EDR

IBM Security QRadar EDR (formerly ReaQta) combines automation and dashboards to minimize analyst workloads, detect anomalous endpoint behavior and remediate threats in near real time.With visibility across endpoints, it combines expected features, like MITRE ATT&CK mapping and…

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Kaspersky EDR Optimum

Kaspersky Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) Optimum helps identify, analyze and neutralize evasive threats by providing easy-to-use advanced detection, simplified investigation and automated response. It is a basic EDR tool for mid-market organizations who are just starting to…

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Cybereason Defense Platform

Cybereason EDR consolidates intelligence about each attack into a Malop (malicious operation), a contextualized view of the full narrative of an attack. Each Malop organizes the relevant attack data into an easy-to-read, interactive graphical interface, providing a complete timeline,…

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Exabeam Fusion

Exabeam headquartered in San Mateo, Exabeam Fusion, a SIEM + XDR. The vendor states the modular Exabeam platform allows analysts to collect unlimited log data, use behavioral analytics to detect attacks, and automate incident response. The Exabeam platform can be deployed on-premise…

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TEHTRIS XDR Platform

TEHTRIS, headquartered in Pessac, offers their eponymous XDR platform, providing the XDR infrastructure to bring together several security solutions within a single platform, capable of detecting and responding to security incidents.

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Blumira

Blumira’s cloud SIEM platform offers both automated threat detection and response, enabling organizations of any size to more defend against cybersecurity threats in near real-time. It's goal is to ease the burden of alert fatigue, complexity of log management and lack of IT visibility.…

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Attivo Endpoint Detection Net (EDN)

The Attivo Endpoint Detection Net (EDN) is an agentless product designed to complement existing endpoint security solutions by detecting an attacker early in the attack cycle, preventing them from stealing credentials and establishing a foothold. The EDN product tackles endpoint…

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Trend Micro Deep Discovery

Trend Micro Deep Discovery is a family of advanced threat protection products that enables users to detect, analyze, and respond to today’s stealthy, targeted attacks. Deep Discovery blends specialized detection engines, custom sandboxing, and global threat intelligence from the…

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Trend Micro Vision One

The Trend Micro Vision One platform includes advanced XDR capabilities that collect and correlate deep activity data across multiple vectors – email, endpoints, servers, cloud workloads, and networks - to enable a level of detection and investigation that the vendor states is difficult…

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Symantec XDR

Symantec XDR, from Broadcom is a solution to provide protection across all control points designed to enable cross-control-point visibility, correlated threat intelligence, and automated response so that security investigators can focus and act on only the most urgent threats.

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ReliaQuest GreyMatter

ReliaQuest offers Open XDR-as-a-Service via ReliaQuest GreyMatter, a cloud-native Open XDR platform that brings together telemetry from any security and business solution—on-premises, in one or multiple clouds--to unify detection, investigation, response and resilience. ReliaQuest…

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Veryx BrightVue
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BrightVue, from Veryx Technologies, is an XDR solution designed to provide network visibility and security for mission-critical digital infrastructure. It provides securities for systems and devices on-premise or in the cloud. It is available in two editions: Veryx BrightVue NDR…

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What are Extended Detection and Response (XDR) Platforms?

Extended Detection and Response (XDR) platforms centralize and automate the analysis and remediation of security threats across an organization. XDR specializes in improved visibility and analytics across endpoints, cloud infrastructure, and on-premise networks. This makes XDR highly useful for simplifying management and enforcing consistent policies across hybrid environments.

XDR tools aggregates data from across the enterprise, utilizing the work that SIEMs have historically done. XDRs then leverage threat intelligence and AI-driven data analytics to automate responses to given threats across disparate systems. The greater focus on analytics lets XDR more proactively and automatically identity and respond to new and known threats. Many XDR platforms also employ thread hunting-- identifying and remediating threats before they are exploited by an attacker and an incident actually occurs.

XDR provides several benefits to organizations that deploy it. In particular, it centralizes and consolidates security systems and data into a single console for analyzing and responding to security threats. This is particularly valuable in hybrid environments, with a mix of on-premise and cloud-based security systems. XDR tools’ more advanced analytics can also lead to more accurate alerting, with fewer false positives that often overwhelm other security systems.

XDR is closely related to SIEM and SOAR products, with some key differences. XDR has a much more robust level of integration with other security systems compared to SIEM, which have traditionally been the security data aggregators of choice. XDR also has more direct connections to detection methods via direct tools or APIs. SOAR tools tend to be a step or two more removed from the data source than XDR, with an accompanying performance hit.

XDR vs. EDR

Extended Detection and Response can in many ways be considered an evolution of endpoint detection and response (EDR), itself a subset of endpoint security. Both are designed to change an organization’s security posture from legacy reactive stances to proactive activities like threat hunting.

The key distinction between the two is the difference in scope. EDR excels at centralizing data and determining next step actions related to endpoints specifically. XDR is broader than just endpoints. XDR also covers network security and cloud-based systems. XDR in many ways encompasses EDR. When choosing between the two, EDR can be considered best-in-breed for endpoint protection specifically, while XDR focuses on centralization and integrated security across an organization.

Extended Detection & Response Comparison

When comparing XDR platforms, consider these factors:

  • Automation: How much can be “set and forget” in terms of security policies and alert systems? The scope and quality of automation and ML modelling can drastically impact the value of a given XDR engine.
  • Alert Management: How easily can users manage what actions or data sets off an alert? What false positive rates do existing users normally experience? Reviewers will often highlight when a product is particularly good (or poor) at this function.
  • Reporting: How usable is the built-in reporting, and how easy are ad hoc reporting capabilities? Consider if and how users will need to report on alerts, incidents, response times, etc. to leadership or other stakeholders.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What’s the difference between XDR and EDR?

XDR encompasses EDR by covering endpoints in addition to networks and cloud-based systems.

How does XDR work?

XDR takes in security data from other systems and its first-party tools and applies threat intelligence and analytics to determine how to respond to identified threats.

Why do I need XDR?

XDR is most necessary for organizations that have a portfolio of security infrastructure products that require centralization and automation to effectively manage.

Who uses XDR tools?

XDR tools are usually administered by SOC teams at larger organizations and enterprises.