We did it again.
The newly released Round 2 MITRE ATT&CK evaluations pitted Cortex XDR against 58 stealthy, sophisticated, customized tactics and techniques that have been leveraged by the threat actor group APT29 aka Cozy Bear or The Dukes.
We’re excited to share that no other vendor achieved higher attack technique coverage than the category-defining Cortex XDR. Specifically, this evaluation tested the powerful combination of automated product detections and enrichment in the Cortex XDR Managed Threat Hunting service.*
We’ve put together an expert-led webinar to unpack the MITRE Round 2 testing methodologies and results and give you the insight you need to make an unbiased decision on your next EDR-related purchase.
Our presenters will:
- Go over the MITRE ATT&CK test and its methodology
- Examine the results, including leaders and laggards
- Dive into why Cortex XDR emerged as a leader
- Explain how XDR broadens detection and response far beyond endpoints
We look forward to hosting you! If you’re unable to attend live, register anyways to receive the recording and slides.
*Attack technique coverage in this context is defined as the highest number of attack techniques detected by the product or the MSSP service. Detection configuration changes that took place during the evaluation are counted as a miss, as these indicate adjustments by the vendor that could point to gaps in coverage. This methodology was applied universally to all vendors.