XDR: Redefining the future of cybersecurity

October 5, 2022

The threat landscape is always expanding and evolving. But many organizations still rely on disconnected and inefficient security solutions to protect from dynamic attacks.

That was one of the key takeaways in our latest research. To find out more about the present and future of cybersecurity, we partnered with Coleman Parkes Research to survey 9,000 security professionals across 15 countries.

Our respondents included a range of experts, from CISOs and SOC managers to security analysts and engineers. They work for organizations of various sizes—from small and midsize businesses to large enterprises. And they cover many industries, including manufacturing, financial services, healthcare, and more.

What they told us was eye-opening. Our research highlighted just how much companies are struggling to keep up with threat actors that never stop evolving. And it points to a future of security that’s moving away from disjointed solutions toward extended detection and response (XDR), a single intelligent and integrated ecosystem that’s always learning and adapting.

Dive in now to discover what else our research revealed.

Understanding the current state of cybersecurity

Year after year, the number of cyberthreats continues to grow, turning the everyday challenge of protecting a business into a daunting task. In our survey, more than a third of respondents (34%) said they had to deal with 25 to 50 security incidents daily, with 25% handling twice that amount. And that’s just the incidents they worked on. It doesn’t include the countless alerts they received, sorted through, and analyzed.

Not only is the volume of threats expanding, but what they look like is always shifting. They can take many shapes—from phishing and ransomware attacks to risks like insider data theft. And the global increase in remote work only adds more potential for breaches.

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About the Provider

Trellix is a global company redefining the future of cybersecurity. The company’s open and native extended detection and response (XDR) platform helps organizations confronted by today’s most advanced threats gain confidence in the protection and resilience of their operations. Trellix’s security experts, along with an extensive partner ecosystem, accelerate technology innovation through machine learning and automation to empower over 40,000 business and government customers.v


Cybercrime, Cybersecurity, Extended detection and response, security operations