Since there’s been a lot of discussion and debate about Extended Detection and Response (XDR) at the moment, we thought we would bring on two experts to talk about it.
Enric Cuixeres is a Cisco Secure customer who has implemented an XDR strategy within his organization Leng D'Or. Our other expert is former US army CID special agent and computer forensic examiner Jessica Bair. Jessica is the Director of Technical Alliances at Cisco, who has been helping many of our customers with their XDR strategies.
We discuss the practical implications of implementing XDR, as told by people who have been there and done it – and also what benefits will it really bring, including how it can help overburdened security staff.
For more on this topic, take a look at our ebook "Extended Detection and Response for Dummies."
Learn more about the Cisco Gateway community as mentioned in the episode.
Before that, Lindsey O’Donnell Welch, executive editor of Decipher, is back with us for the second week in a row. Lindsey discusses the just-announced Cyber Safety Review Board and its role in assessing “significant cybersecurity events”. For more information about this check out Decipher's report.
And finally, you can view the on-demand broadcast "Defending Against Critical Threats" in which six experts from across Cisco Secure came together to analyze what's been happening in the realms of ransomware, supply chain attacks, vulnerabilities, log4J, Emotet and the rise in Mac OS malware.