Executives and corporate directors have a fiduciary responsibility to shareholders and/or owners, so they are ultimately responsible for everything that drives the business, including managing cyber-risk and safeguarding business-critical technology assets. That said, cybersecurity can be a highly technical discipline. This brings up a few questions: Do executives really understand cybersecurity and its role in the business? And as technology further dominates the business landscape, are they investing appropriately in cybersecurity and driving a cybersecurity culture throughout their organizations?
Organizations have been spending regularly on threat detection and response but still can't detect sophisticated threats. And it takes too long to detect and respond to even common threats."
"By aggregating threat detection and response across multiple controls, XDR promises to improve TDR efficacy and streamline operations. This value proposition is too good to ignore, so XDR is getting lots of attention."