The latest product in Cyber Security operations
Palo Alto Networks Cortex XDR is the world’s first detection and response app that natively integrates network, endpoint, and cloud data to stop sophisticated attacks.
Cortex XDR accurately detects threats with behavioral analytics and reveals the root cause to speed up investigations.
Tight integration with enforcement points accelerates containment, enabling you to stop attacks before the damage is done.Find Out More
Q & A about Palo Alto Networks Cortex XDR
Is Cortex XDR an antivirus?
A standard antivirus program cannot compare to Palo Alto Cortex XDR’s sophistication.
In order to respond to malware and other complex attacks while also preventing dangerous software from operating on devices, Cortex is an enhanced detection and response program.
What does Cortex XDR track?
Traffic logs, which are derived from the IP addresses of users’ devices and contain basic information about internal and external network connections, are examined by Cortex XDR.
Additionally, Cortex XDR examines URL Filtering logs, which record the websites that people and devices have browsed.
Is Cortex XDR on-premise?
Simple, cloud-based deployment: Cortex XDR avoids the maintenance and scaling difficulties associated with on-premises detection and response by being a cloud-based program.
What is the purpose of XDR?
A standard for data encoding and description is called external data representation (XDR). The XDR protocol can be used to transfer data between various computer architectures and has been used to convey data between a wide range of computers.
What data does Cortex XDR collect?
Cortex XDR Pro analyzes firewall traffic logs, which contain basic information about internal and external network connections. Cortex XDR Pro also analyzes URL Filtering logs, which contain information about websites accessed by devices and users.
Is Cortex XDR a firewall?
Yes, it is.
The Cortex XDR provides firewall capabilities. The Cortex XDR firewall provides controls for inbound and outbound communications.
How does Cortex XDR prevent unknown attacks against endpoints?
The Cortex XDR agent can thwart an attack early in its lifetime without interfering with legal processes by preventing programs from accessing the malicious code that has been injected from the kernel.
As a result, the agent is able to thwart sophisticated attacks that are directed at or originate from the operating system.
What is endpoint protection in Palo Alto?
Endpoint protection has evolved from traditional antivirus programs to broad defenses to stop known and unknown malware, fileless attacks, exploits, and post-breach attack techniques.
How does endpoint protection work?
Endpoint protection works by using AI to detect and respond to threats in real-time. By constantly monitoring activity on the endpoint, Cortex XDR is able to detect anomalies that may indicate malicious activity. That is how endpoint protection works.
Is managed threat hunting provided with Cortex XDR
Yes, it does.
It provides advanced managed threat hunting capabilities. It uses machine learning to identify suspicious activity, and it provides comprehensive visibility into both on-premises and cloud data.
What does managed threat hunting allow us to do?
Managed threat hunting capabilities allow security teams to quickly identify and investigate potential threats in their environment.
By leveraging the power of the cloud, Cortex XDR is able to provide unprecedented visibility into an organization’s data, making it an ideal platform for managed threat hunting.
What is behavioral analytics in Cortex XDR?
Behavioral analytics tool that helps to detect and respond to threats in real-time. It uses machine learning algorithms to analyze data from multiple sources, including network traffic, user activity, and endpoint data. This allows it to identify anomalous behavior that may indicate a security threat.