eBook | Benefits of Automated XDR Platforms

eBook | Benefits of Automated XDR Platforms

Automated XDR platforms are increasingly sought after as organizations grapple with tool sprawl and the complexity of their security stack. But is there a risk of XDR platforms becoming a single point of failure? Microsoft Senior Director Scott Woodgate emphasized building "resiliency" for XDR.

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Microsoft's XDR technologies are designed to protect various assets within an organization, including email identity endpoints, cloud infrastructure and cloud workload, he said. The company provides "ROI advantage" and "faster response time" to customers who adopt an integrated stack of security products.

"It's hard to stop a ransomware attack early in the process. Ransomware attacks run amok more than they should do today," Woodgate said. To ensure quicker response to such incidents, Microsoft recently released Attack Disruption and Microsoft Defender XDR to automatically contain the progress of attacks and help protect organizations at "machine speed."

In this eBook interview with Information Security Media Group at RSA Conference 2023, Woodgate also discusses:

  • Ways to address the shortage of skilled personnel in the industry by using AI;
  • The benefits of integrating XDR with identity and access management;
  • Microsoft's plans for further advancements in the XDR space.

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