As organizations are exposed to more threats, XDR momentum continues to build. Get the latest trends and intelligence from ESG analysts, Jon Oltsik and Dave Gruber, who surveyed IT and security professionals involved in cybersecurity technology and processes.
According to Enterprise Strategy Group (ESG) only 24% of security professionals say they’re “very familiar” with XDR.
This is for the other 76% of you out there who still have questions. Learn more about:
An origin story explains who you are and why. Spiderman has one. We all do.
Rapid7 began building InsightIDR in 2013, the year of Yahoo’s epic data breach of 3 billion users. Back then, security professionals simply wanted data. If somebody could just ingest it all and send it, they’d take it from there. So the market focused on vast quantities of data — data first, mostly useless.
We went a different way: detections first. InsightIDR customers have been achieving XDR outcomes, and here’s the story.
Rapid7’s VP of Detection and Response, Sam Adams, recently sat down with Forrester analyst Allie Mellen to ‘demystify’ XDR. Mellen’s research focuses on the current state and evolution of analytics, detection, automation, and response in security.
During this discussion, they explore:
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Ok, he’s not real — but his problems sure are. This CISO and his security team have a level of work stress that you know well. He multitasks, which is not really a thing, it’s just a nice word everyone uses for a terrible lack of time and focus.
You’ll learn about things your SOC can say goodbye to, like alert fatigue, tedious tasks, chronic stress, staff burnout, and 60-hour work weeks.
You’ll also see how you can say hello to a lot of really good things. InsightIDR simplifies SecOps, elevates outcomes, and lets you change your job without changing jobs.
Yes, it’s all the buzz and it’s the future. But it’s also about six years old and proven. Quite a few Rapid7 customers are already achieving Extended Detection and Response (XDR) outcomes — and have been — with InsightIDR.
If you're ready to explore XDR, here’s a guide that will help you understand the benefits and the very practical questions you should ask. Read it today to learn: