Top NEW Coolest CyberSecurity Tools Announced at RSA2023
Accenture Managed XDR
Accenture announced at RSAC 2023 that it’s expanding its partnership with Google Cloud around cybersecurity, launching a new Managed Extended Detection and Response (XDR) service, which is powered by Google Cloud‘s Security AI Workbench.
The service is built on the cloud-native security information and event management (SIEM) platform from Chronicle Security Operations, also owned by Google Cloud, and incorporates threat intelligence from Mandiant. The Security AI Workbench will improve productivity for Accenture‘s security analysts, providing faster access to Mandiant‘s threat intelligence through the generative AI interface. By leveraging the power of AI and generative language models, Accenture is taking a proactive approach to cybersecurity, helping to identify and respond to threats in real time, and ensuring their clients’ data and systems remain secure.
Accenture‘s Managed XDR service will be able to more efficiently and effectively detect threats on behalf of their customers, resulting in faster response times and better overall security. With the help of AI and generative language models, Accenture‘s XDR service is well-equipped to identify and respond to threats in real-time, ensuring their customers’ systems and data remain secure. The partnership between Google Cloud and Accenture marks a significant development in the world of cybersecurity, as organizations continue to seek new and innovative ways to protect themselves against a growing number of threats.