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What is the difference between XDR and SIEM?

Over the past twenty years, security information and event management (SIEM) platforms have been one of the key solutions for cybersecurity management, as they help security teams centralize attack and threat detection activities. The cybersecurity industry is now shifting towards a new type of solution known as extended detection and response (XDR). As the two technologies are similar and have overlapping capabilities, many people still don’t know how they differ.

Webinar: How XDR Can Help MSPs Scale and Grow Their Businesses

Cyberattacks are becoming ever more sophisticated, leaving MSPs struggling to stay ahead of the game with their limited tools and fragmented views. Join us in this webinar as we explore XDR – a modern approach that helps strengthen cybersecurity capabilities and offers comprehensive protection for customers. Join us in this webinar, where we'll give you XDR essential concepts and the keys to free up overwhelmed security teams trying to triage and identify attacks with only narrow, disjointed attack viewpoints. We’ll be covering the following.

MXDR Demo: Eradicating Multi-Vector Fileless Malware Attack in Minutes

CrowdStrike Falcon Complete XDR is the world’s first managed extended detection and response (MXDR) service with end-to-end remediation, from the #1 MDR leader. In this video, we demonstrate how the Falcon Complete XDR service team identifies, triages, and fully-remediates the cross-domain XDR threat activity associated with an advanced, file-less malware attack as the adversary attempts to persist and exfiltrate from servers in the customer’s environment.

Introducing CrowdStream: Simplifying XDR Adoption and Solving Security's Data Challenge

Stronger together. Never has an RSA conference theme been more aligned to CrowdStrike’s mission and vision for the future. If you look at our presence at RSAC 2023, CrowdStrike sits at the center of the security ecosystem. Everything we’re doing — from our partner breakfast to partner talks in our booth to our company announcements — highlights our commitment to bringing together the world’s best technology and data to deliver the best security outcomes.


Introducing CrowdStrike Falcon Complete XDR: Solving the Cybersecurity Skills Gap with Managed XDR

CrowdStrike today introduced CrowdStrike Falcon® Complete XDR, a new managed extended detection and response (MXDR) service that builds on the industry-leading CrowdStrike Falcon® Complete managed detection and response (MDR) service to give customers 24/7 expert-driven management, threat hunting, monitoring and end-to-end remediation across all key attack surfaces to close the cybersecurity skills gap.


Unified vs API-Based Integrated XDR Platform: What's the difference?

The terms unified and integrated are often used interchangeably in the software world. However, security leaders must understand the differences between deeply unified and API-based integrated platforms within an organization and how they can significantly impact everything from cost to efficiency. First, it is essential to define the terms.


CrowdStrike Brings Extended Detection and Response to New z16 and LinuxONE 4 Single Frame and Rack Mount Models

We are excited to collaborate with IBM, which today unveils its new IBM z16 and LinuxONE Rockhopper 4 single frame and rack mount models, available globally on May 17, 2023. Powered by IBM’s Telum processor, these new configurations are designed for highly efficient data centers with sustainability in mind. CrowdStrike customers can make more effective use of their data center space while remaining resilient in the midst of ongoing global uncertainty.


What is XDR? Is the security impact real or hyped?

With so many overlapping and self-serving definitions of XDR (Extended Detection and Response), embracing the innovations in technology first require that we parse the alphabet soup. We agree with several industry analysts covering the space that XDR is a vendor push with no real customer demand, but the problem spaces within XDR are of significant customer interest. Consensus has emerged on a few XDR elements such as: cloud-native/SaaS, improved detection, and improved response.