Enterprises rely on Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) as a means to respond to cybersecurity incidents. As cybercriminals and their tactics have become more sophisticated, the time to identify and time to contain breaches has only increased. It is becoming increasingly apparent that EDR has failed, and that we need a new approach to detection and response. XDR allows you to rapidly detect and respond to threats across your enterprise, spanning your network, cloud and endpoints.


Build a Next-Generation SOC Techbrief

Security Operations Centers, or SOCs, are intended to streamline the security incident-handling process, and are used to triage and resolve security incidents efficiently and effectively. The concept of a SOC was invented to enable ease of collaboration among security personnel in a time when cyberattacks were primarily manual in nature. Nowadays, machine-based automated cyberattacks are the norm and are challenging the SOC models that worked years ago. As the internet has grown over the years, a number of problems have surfaced in the way SOCs operate. What is a Next-Generation SOC? A next-generation SOC is where information systems in the data center, endpoint and cloud are monitored, assessed and defended against cyberattacks with a natively integrated next-generation platform, rather than security point products, and advanced threat research tools to mitigate unknown threats. Next-generation SOCs avoid alert overload by taking advantage of the native integration of a security platform. Read “Build a Next-Generation SOC” to understand: Why Traditional SOCs Fail The value of building a Next-Generation SOC in your organization, and How the components of Palo Alto Networks Next-Generation Security Platform provide a foundation for a Next-Generation SOC
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