The cybersecurity industry loves acronyms and XDR is rising swiftly to the top of the charts of the current lexicon. Extended detection and response (XDR) is a designation used when you do not have the ability to cover a wide range of threat vectors. Simply put, XDR encompasses more than one type of detection, but it can be as little as two in some cases. But threats can come via desktop, web, SaaS applications, cloud … More
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