The Autonomous SOC: Maintaining business resilience through interoperability and automation

April 15, 2021
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Overview

One of IDC's top predictions on the future of trust is that – by 2022, budgets for modern software-defined secure access solutions will quadruple as flaws in legacy VPN remote access solutions are illuminated by the massive work-from-home migration.

IDC has teamed up with Palo Alto Networks in order to present CORTEX XDR – industry’s first detection response product to span network, endpoint and cloud data. It allows you to stop sophisticated attacks with severe accuracy, block unwanted proxy and VPN applications and then enables you to adapt your defenses by adding some automation with Cortex XSOAR and next gen firewall.


Event Highlights


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General Information

 

Microsoft Teams 

 

April 15

 

10am-10:45am CET

Agenda

Time Event & Speakers
10:00

IDC Welcome

Nevena Conic

Regional Manager, Adriatics
10:05

Cybersecurity in the post-COVID era

Joel Stradling

Research Director, European Security, IDC
10:13

Principles for building an Autonomous SOC

Haider Pasha

Senior Director & Chief Security Officer, Palo Alto Networks

Cortex XDR is the industry’s first extended detection and response platform that natively integrates network, endpoint, cloud, and third-party data to stop sophisticated attacks.

Cortex XDR has been designed from the ground up to help organizations secure digital assets and users while simplifying operations.

 

10:20

Discussion

Haider Pasha

Senior Director & Chief Security Officer, Palo Alto Networks

Joel Stradling

Research Director, European Security, IDC

Cortex XDR spans key data sources to uncover modern attacks. Using machine learning, Cortex XDR continuously profiles endpoint, network and user behavior to uncover the stealthiest attacks. Get holistic prevention, detection and response packaged in a scalable, cloud architecture.

10:35

Superior detection powered by rich data

Jakub Jiříček

Technical Pre-Sales Consultant for CEE, Palo Alto Networks

Cortex XDR integrates data from across your digital domain and accelerates investigations so you can stop attacks before the damage is done. By building a profile based on hundreds of dimensions of behavior, including frequency of connections, source and destination of traffic, protocols used, and more, Cortex XDR can learn the expected behavior of users and devices. Cortex XDR also monitors internal traffic as well as outbound traffic from clients and servers to the internet.

10:45

Q&A

Jurij Lah

Senior Sales Executive, Palo Alto Networks

Joel Stradling

Research Director, European Security, IDC

Jakub Jiříček

Technical Pre-Sales Consultant for CEE, Palo Alto Networks

Nevena Conic

Regional Manager, Adriatics

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Cybersecurity Challenges in the Time of the New Coronavirus


The main challenge that enterprises face at the time of the new coronavirus (COVID-19) is to let their employees work from home, causing a cascade of side effects. These range from faulty configurations to a lack of cybersecurity specialists with a sprinkle of increased vulnerability to phishing attacks.

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Cortex XDR Gets Smarter with Stronger Insights and Broader Visibility


Today, we released Cortex XDR 2.7 and Cortex XDR Agent 7.3, which, together, deliver a huge set of highly anticipated features that speed up investigations and boost the defenses of the Cortex XDR endpoint agent. These new capabilities not only block fast-moving endpoint attacks and help you reduce the mean-time-to-respond (MTTR) to incidents, they help deliver, in conjunction with Cortex XSOAR, an integrated platform for all your SecOps needs.

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MITRE Round 2 Results Solidify Cortex XDR as a Leader in EDR


As threat actor techniques continue to get more targeted and sophisticated, there is more pressure than ever on detection and response vendors to continually test and improve detection methods. The MITRE ATT&CK evaluations were created to test the detection capabilities of leading endpoint security vendors by emulating the real-world attack sequences of sophisticated advanced persistent threat (APT) groups from around the world.

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Irina Pokrajac

Event Project Manager

+381 63 520 251

Nevena Conic

Regional Manager, Adriatics

+381 63 173 25 76

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