One CSO Online study reports that 50 % of security leaders say they don ’ t use all of the features included in their security technologies .
the cost to revamp security operations and strategy to address the additional capabilities , any downtime required to implement and any other subsequent cost considerations .
In addition to that , there is also the cost of upskilling your current security team or hiring more to support the solution ( especially tough given the challenges of the ongoing cyber talent shortage ).
Then , you must reconfigure roles , salaries , job positions and all the details that go along with it , schedules , benefits and team chemistry – all of which costs nearly as much in time as it does in money .
And in response to a rapidly evolving threat landscape , solutions are also evolving faster than ever , so , your current security stack may not integrate with newer technologies picked up as you go ; unless you have a solution that can integrate them .
And this is just a very simple breakdown of the associated costs .
XDR lowers the cost of security operations
An open-architecture XDR solution is able to work with your existing tool stack , on-premises or in the cloud ( as many companies are still making the transition and will be for several years ) and is vendor-agnostic , so you can make the most of your tool stack .
Furthermore , it can aggregate telemetry across existing technologies , making use
of your investments and bringing them all together to tell the full security story
An AI-driven XDR solution extends detection and response capabilities throughout the enterprise by unifying telemetry analysis from across the security and IT stacks .
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