[HackerNews] XDR: Redefining the game for MSSPs serving SMBs and SMEs

SMBs and SMEs are increasingly turning to MSSPs to secure their businesses because they simply do not have the resources to manage an effective security technology stack. However, it’s also challenging for MSSPs to piece together an effective but manageable security technology stack to protect their clients, especially at an affordable price point.
This is where Extended Detection and Response (

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