Exabeam has announced the XDR Alliance, a partnership of cybersecurity and information technology innovators designed to create an open approach to XDR, which is essential to protect against cyber attacks, breaches, and intrusions. Alongside Exabeam, founding members of the XDR Alliance includes Armis, Expel, ExtraHop, Google Cloud Security, Mimecast, Netskope, and SentinelOne.
“History will look back and declare how well the cybersecurity industry succeeded in putting collaboration above competition to help protect our organisations and institutions,” said Gorka Sadowski, chief strategy officer, Exabeam and founder of the XDR Alliance. “We are at an inflection point with an extremely fragmented industry that requires all of us in the vendor community to come together to strengthen organisations’ SOCs. The XDR Alliance brings together the most forward thinking names in cybersecurity and IT to collaborate on building an XDR framework that is open and will make it easier for security operations (SecOps) teams to protect and secure their organisations.”
The charter of the XDR Alliance is to define an open XDR framework and architecture that works for end users, help SecOps teams integrate and better align with new and evolving applications and technologies, ensure interoperability across the XDR security vendor solutions set, and collaborate on XDR market education and awareness.
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