How to Ensure your NDR Tool isn't a Firehose That Gets Away From You

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The network detection and response market is projected to experience steady growth in the coming years, with a 22.5% CAGR, According to Gartner. Comprehensive visibility is critical as network perimeters expand to the cloud and devices on the network, more data comes into the distributed network, and threats become more sophisticated.

While you may think the network response and detection solution you are considering – or the one you have constructed from existing tools – has you covered, chances are it requires considerable fine-tuning and may not give you the protection you need.

This webinar will discuss NDR as an important component of the SOC Visibility Triad and discuss potential decision points to keep in mind when choosing an NDR solution to ensure you have unparalleled visibility across your network.

Join this session to learn:

  • What to think about up front when considering NDR
  • How to choose the right tool for your organization
  • How to understand the total cost of ownership


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Carl Bolterstein

Director of Product Management, OpenText

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Diana Kelley

CSO, Cyberize

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