Unify Your Security
Strategy with XDR

Gartner® Market Guide for Extended Detection and Response

Your Roadmap to a Unified Security Approach

By year-end 2028, XDR will be deployed in 30% of end-user organizations to reduce the number of security vendors they have in place, up from less than 5% today.1

Extended detection and response is an evolving technology that promises to deliver a more unified and efficient approach to threat detection and response. By leveraging data from multiple sources, XDR provides full visibility, the context necessary to distinguish threats from normal business and automated response.
With more and more organizations seeking vendor and product consolidation, get the strategic guidance you need to understand and evaluate XDR.

Read the 2023 Gartner Market Guide for Extended Detection and Response to understand:

  • The intricacies and product capabilities of XDR.
  • XDR’s advantages, applications and possible pitfalls.
  • Key use cases for XDR.
  • Criteria and market recommendations for evaluating the different offerings.
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1. Gartner, Market Guide for Extended Detection and Response, Thomas Lintemuth, Peter Firstbrook, Ayelet Heyman, Craig Lawson, Jeremy D’Hoinne, 17 August 2023.

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