SANTA CLARA, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Security provider Stellar Cyber, with the first Open-XDR security platform, announced today OMDIA (formerly Ovum Research) has published an On The Radar research note naming the Starlight Open-XDR platform a leader in XDR technology. By integrating the functions of formerly discrete security tools such as EDR, SEIM, NTA/NDR, UEBA and automated response, Stellar Cyber’s Starlight goes above and beyond other solutions in the marketplace. In addition, the platform non-disruptively integrates data from any existing security solution to provide a single-pane-of-glass interface that boosts analyst productivity.
“XDR is an expanding segment, and the openness of Stellar Cyber’s platform bodes well for its market potential,” said Rik Turner, Principal Analyst, Infrastructure Solutions at OMDIA. “The breadth of its offering, including UEBA, NTA, SIEM, and automated response, makes it a standout for XDR projects."
“With superior data ingestion, correlation and response capabilities, Starlight adds a lot of value to existing security platforms while reducing false positives to increase analyst productivity,” said Steve Garrison, Vice President of Marketing at Stellar Cyber. “OMDIA’s endorsement provides further evidence of what the market is telling us, which is that Starlight is a unique and highly sought-after approach to unifying and improving cybersecurity incident detection and response.”
Helpful Stellar Cyber links
- Open XDR Security Platform
- Omdia On The Radar research note on Stellar Cyber
- Upcoming Webinars and Webinar Library
- Case Studies
About Stellar Cyber
Stellar Cyber makes Starlight, the only comprehensive security platform providing maximum protection of applications and data wherever they reside and automatically responding to attacks wherever they occur. Starlight tightly integrates dozens of security applications from an App Store and presents results in an intuitive dashboard to supercharge analyst productivity by slashing attack response times to seconds or minutes. Starlight deploys easily on premises, in public clouds or with service providers. Stellar Cyber is based in Silicon Valley and is backed by Big Basin Ventures, Valley Capital Partners, Northern Light Venture Capital, SIG, Green Bay Ventures, and other investors. For more information, contact https://stellarcyber.ai.