[SecurityWeek] How Integration is Evolving: The X Factor in XDR

XDR must be approached as an open architecture where integration is the linchpin

Over the past couple of months, I’ve talked about how adversaries are evolving their approaches to attacks and the ripple effect that is having on our approach to detection and response.

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