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Principal Analyst, Security Operations, Omdia
Member Since: 9/20/2019
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Eric Parizo supports Omdia's Cybersecurity Accelerator, its research practice supporting vendor, service provider, and enterprise clients in the area of enterprise cybersecurity. Eric covers global cybersecurity trends and top-tier vendors in North America. He has been covering, researching, or speaking on enterprise information technology for nearly 20 years. Prior to joining Omdia in 2019, Eric spent nearly four years at GlobalData, where he was responsible for tracking and analyzing the enterprise network security product segment as well as top-tier enterprise security vendor technology and strategy. He has also extensively researched EMM/UEM, and security technology integration. Eric previously spent nearly 15 years as a highly regarded technology journalist and editor at leading B2B publisher TechTarget, serving as executive editor for the Security Media Group, managing news, technical, and multimedia content. He is a nine-time ASBPE award winner, the B2B publishing industry's most prestigious award for excellence.

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What's So Great About XDR?

3/31/2021
XDR is a significant advance in threat detection and response technology, but few enterprises understand why. Omdia identifies four catalysts driving the emergence of XDR.

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Fundamentals of XDR Versus SIEM and SOAR: Understanding SecOps Architecture Evolution

3/26/2021
The rapid emergence of Extended Detection and Response (XDR) as a discrete cybersecurity market segment has caused some upheaval in the enterprise cybersecurity operations (SecOps) domain. XDR has emerged because existing solutions could not consistently meet key enterprise threat detection and response requirements. If it can fulfill its sizable potential, XDR is the solution that the cybersecurity industry has long been waiting for.

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Fortinet's FortiXDR Challenges Rivals with Automated Investigation and Response

2/4/2021
Fortinet, per its style, is not among the first vendors to enter the enterprise Extended Detection and Response (XDR) product segment, but the debut iteration of FortiXDR is based on proven technology that pushes the envelope on threat detection and response automation. FortiXDR immediately pressures top-tier XDR competitors, whose solutions can be complicated to deploy and offer less automation.

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