Why Autonomous XDR is Going to Replace NGAV/EDR

It’s not uncommon for organizations’ cybersecurity plans to focus on the endpoint as the major area to protect. After all, endpoints are a fairly easy way for malicious actors to penetrate a system. Using tools like next-generation antivirus (NGAV) and endpoint detection and response (EDR) can help protect endpoints, but do less for environments, and especially if attackers manage to get past the user level.

So, how can organizations better defend themselves? By learning about, and making the switch, to extended detection and response (XDR) platforms. Our newest eBook, Why Autonomous XDR is Going to Replace NGAV/ EDR, breaks down:

Why NGAV/EDR might be a good start, but are not enough in today’s threat landscape.

The benefits that XDR brings, including greater visibility, automated response, and MDR that can support your team.

How the two compare, and why you need to make the switch sooner than later.

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Questions Chris will address include:

Questions Chris will address:

It’s not uncommon for organizations’ cybersecurity plans to focus on the endpoint as the major area to protect. After all, endpoints are a fairly easy way for malicious actors to penetrate a system. Using tools like next-generation antivirus (NGAV) and endpoint detection and response (EDR) can help protect endpoints, but do less for environments, and especially if attackers manage to get past the user level.

So, how can organizations better defend themselves? By learning about, and making the switch, to extended detection and response (XDR) platforms. Our newest eBook, Why Autonomous XDR is Going to Replace NGAV/ EDR, breaks down:

Why NGAV/EDR might be a good start, but are not enough in today’s threat landscape.

The benefits that XDR brings, including greater visibility, automated response, and MDR that can support your team.

How should you use the test results to evaluate participating vendors?

How the two compare, and why you need to make the switch sooner than later.

Chris is a renowned researcher focusing on counter threat intelligence and vulnerability research within the Information Security industry. Since the late 90’s Chris has been deeply involved with security R&D, consulting, and vCISO services to help protect and defend organizations against various types of attack. As one of the well-known hackers and researchers, Chris is routinely invited to speak at industry conferences and is regularly featured on CNN, The Washington Post, WIRED, and numerous other media publications.

Chris Roberts
Chief Security Strategist, Cynet

George is Director of Product Strategy at Cynet and a recognized expert in cybercrime prevention and digital banking and payments security. He was previously Vice President of Marketing at Socure and Senior Research Director with the leading financial services research firm TowerGroup (acquired by Gartner, Inc.) where he delivered thought leadership and insights to leading financial services institutions, technology providers, and consultancies on business strategies, technologies, cybersecurity and Identity and fraud management.

George Tubin
Director of Product Marketing

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Why Autonomous XDR is Going to Replace NGAV/EDR