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Open XDR

Open XDR (Extended Detection and Response) platforms are designed to ingest and normalize data from a variety of sources to provide a comprehensive security analysis.
Here's a breakdown of the specific types of data and tools these platforms interact with, and how they can be articulated in terms of the AEGYS DATALYTICS platform:
01 / Diverse Data Ingestion

The AEGYS Plaform's Open XDR capabilities allow for the ingestion of data from disparate security and IT tools, including but not limited to:

  • Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR)

  • Next-Generation Firewall (NGFW)

  • Identity and Access Management (IAM)

  • Cloud Workload Protection (CWP)

  • Cloud Access Security Broker (CASB)

This means you can incorporate data from any existing security control, IT, and productivity tool using pre-built integrations.

02 / Data Normalization and Enrichment

Data collected is automatically normalized and enriched to facilitate scalable data analysis. This process ensures that the data is in a consistent format, making it easier to analyze and correlate across different data sources.

03 / Automated Threat Hunting and Advanced Threat Detection
  • Create customized threat hunts that can be run ad-hoc or on a set schedule.

  • Identify complex threats using a combination of AI threat models and curated threat detection rules.

04 / AI-Driven Threat Correlation

The AI and machine learning capabilities of the AEGYS Platform help in correlating seemingly disparate alerts into incidents, providing security analysts with contextualized and prioritized threats to investigate

05 / Repeatable Incident Response

Take decisive response actions manually or enable the AEGYS Platform to fully automate response actions.

The AEGYS DATALYTIC Platform's Open XDR capabilities ensure that organizations can have a robust, scalable, and efficient approach to cybersecurity. By leveraging data from diverse sources and applying advanced analytics, it significantly reduces enterprise risk while improving the efficiency and productivity of security operations.

The Difference between XDR and Open XDR

XDR (Extended Detection and Response)

  • Integrates data from security layers like email, endpoints, servers, cloud workloads, and networks.

  • Utilizes analytics, AI, and automation for enhanced detection, investigation, and response.

  • Aims to improve security incident detection and response times.

OpenXDR: An Interoperable Approach

  • Not tied to any single vendor, allows for multiple security product integration.

  • Creates flexibility in building a security architecture.

  • Focused on creating a unified system for better security efficiency and effectiveness.

Advantages of OpenXDR

  • Vendor Flexibility: Works with a variety of security tools, adaptable to different IT environments.

  • Customization: Tailor security setup to specific organizational needs.

  • Cost-Effectiveness: Utilizes existing tools, reducing the need for additional proprietary solutions.

  • Comprehensive Security View: Offers a holistic view of security threats, improving detection and response capabilities.

These features make OpenXDR an adaptable and effective solution for modern cybersecurity challenges.

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