Investigation Bridging The Gap Between Detection And Response
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Enterprises Seek Ways To Improve Detection While Increasing Efficiency.
When considering their top security priorities, decision makers see threat detection as paramount: 87% of respondents consider this a high or critical priority. As the volume and variety of threats continue to accelerate, security teams are also struggling with bandwidth constraints and skills gaps. Security decision makers are looking for ways to increase efficiency in the SOC and close skills gaps within their teams. Increased automation, including automated detection and response, is a goal that 72% of organizations are pursuing to ease the burden on security operations (SecOps) teams.
Current EDR Solutions Fall Short Of Business Expectations
Security teams rely on their EDR tools to provide many critical capabilities like automated detection, endpoint visibility, and threat hunting. However, current solutions fall short of meeting these needs. For example, 43% of security decision makers consider automated detection a critical requirement, but only 30% feel their current solution(s) completely meet(s) their needs in this area. Many enterprises have enlisted managed detection and response (MDR) providers to close the gaps that their EDR solutions cannot fill, such as threat hunting and endpoint forensics. This requires decision makers to allocate security budget to support capabilities their EDR software should already provide.
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