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Major solution enhancements now available – Sophos News

Sophos XDR is a powerful tool that helps organizations detect and respond to suspicious activity before it impacts their systems. With over 40,000 customers using Sophos XDR, it is a trusted leader in extended detection and response.

The latest enhancements to Sophos XDR include expanded third-party integrations, allowing users to leverage telemetry from a wide range of security tools. This enables organizations to get more value from their existing technology investments and speed up security operations.

Sophos XDR now also includes Network Detection and Response (NDR), which continuously monitors network traffic to detect various security risks. This feature was previously available as an add-on for Sophos MDR, but is now available for Sophos XDR as well.

The case management capabilities in Sophos XDR have been improved, with features like Case Notebook, Activity Log, and Case Summary. These enhancements help analysts better manage their investigations and collaborate with team members more efficiently. Additionally, Sophos XDR automatically maps detections to the MITRE ATT&CK Framework, allowing analysts to identify potential gaps in defenses and prioritize improvements.

The user experience for Detections has been redesigned in Sophos XDR, providing a clear view of critical data and convenient access to enrichment pivots and actions for faster investigations. A new simplified (SQL-less) XDR search tool enables analysts to quickly find specific data without SQL expertise.

Sophos XDR has received recognition from industry experts and customers, including being named a leader in the Gartner Market Guide for XDR and the G2 Grid for XDR. It has also delivered exceptional results in the MITRE Engenuity ATT&CK Evaluations.

To elevate your defenses against active adversaries, consider exploring Sophos XDR. You can learn more and speak with a Sophos adviser or your Sophos partner. Additionally, you can try Sophos XDR in your own environment with a no-obligation 30-day free trial.

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