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XDR: A Game-Changer in Enterprise Threat Detection

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XDR, or Extended Detection and Response, is emerging as a game-changer for enterprise threat detection and response.

One of its most important benefits is that it provides faster, more accurate threat detection than traditional SOC solutions.

In this video, Eric Parizo, Principal Analyst for Cybersecurity Operations with Omdia, explains exactly what enables XDR solutions to deliver differentiated threat detection.

Related content:
Dark Reading column: What's So Great About XDR?
Omdia Research Spotlight on XDR

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