EDR, NDR, MDR, XDR: It Still Comes Down to Detection and ResponseReliaQuest’s Erin Sweeney on the Evolution and Rebranding of Defense
EDR, NDR, XDR – we keep rebranding defense, but it all still comes down to detection and response, says Erin Sweeney of ReliaQuest. She discusses the latest evolution - including open XDR - and how enterprises are deploying it to proactively manage risk and advise the business.
In this video interview with ISMG, Sweeney discusses:
- The challenges that prompt the constant rebranding of detection and response;
- What approach enterprises need to deliver a comprehensive picture of their security program;
- How ReliaQuest is helping customers tackle 2021’s challenges by unifying detection and response across their existing technology investments.
Sweeney leads product marketing for ReliaQuest after an 11-year tenure at Splunk, where she held a variety of roles across solution, industry, field, and customer success. While there, her efforts helped drive the growth of the company from a start-up with $8 million in annual revenue to a $2 billion publicly traded cybersecurity industry leader. Prior to Splunk, Sweeney held marketing roles at Vocus (now Cision) and EFI.