XDR is cross-layered detection and response. XDR collects and automatically correlates data across multiple security layers – email, endpoint, server, cloud workloads, and network – so threats can be detected faster and security analysts can improve investigation and response times.
The art of stealing user or corporate information through well-crafted emails that rely on social engineering techniques. The more masterful the attack, the less the user will realise they have been duped.
A form of artificial intelligence (AI) that makes it possible for a system to learn from data iteratively by using various algorithms to describe it and predict outcomes by learning from training data that produces precise models.
Cloud-native technologies allow organisations to build and run scalable applications in public, private, and hybrid clouds. Examples include containers, service meshes, microservices, immutable infrastructure, and declarative APIs.