ReliaQuest announced its “Open XDR” approach that solves modern enterprise cybersecurity challenges through its GreyMatter platform.
Unlike other XDR tools that limit organizations to a single vendor tech stack, ReliaQuest’s vision centers on bringing flexibility and visibility to disparate data sets and technologies. This approach enables enterprises to gain security confidence through the centralized detection and remediation of threats across their siloed IT architecture.
“XDR is a new take on an old problem that aims to unify control points, security telemetry, analytics, and operations into one enterprise offering but requires the same vendor for all tools. ReliaQuest identified an opportunity to improve upon this model with Open XDR.
“GreyMatter unifies technologies from multiple vendors through an integrated platform that helps security teams achieve the necessary visibility from their existing tools and processes–thereby accelerating detection and response,” said Brian Murphy, CEO and founder of ReliaQuest.
“Security analysts’ jobs are extremely complex as analysts are mired with too many alerts, disparate datasets and workflows, and an ever changing attack landscape,” said Jon Oltsik, Principal Analyst and Fellow at Enterprise Strategy Group.
“Open XDR can help by unifying toolsets, alerts, and providing the context analysts need in order to speed detection and response. With the universal translator acting as an integration platform, GreyMatter is well suited to deliver on the promise of Open XDR—directly addressing security operations complexity.”
GreyMatter provides an Open XDR solution that delivers the following outcomes:
Integration of multiple independent security tools for unified detection, investigation, and response
Cross-technology visibility in weeks, powered by a patented “universal translator” solution
Aggregation of relevant data on demand, without the need to build and maintain costly and cumbersome data lakes