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= 1. Interview - ExtraHop An Honest Conversation about "Response" - 03:00 PM-03:30 PM =
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=== Description ===
Description TBDIt&#39;s time to come out and say it: &#34;response&#34; means something different to every category in cybersecurity. Yet, it&#39;s broadly used with little industry definition. In endpoint detection and response (EDR) systems, &#34;response&#34; refers to a prescriptive set of actions that can be taken with little to no human intervention. For example, if suspicious activity occurs on a device, that device can be automatically quarantined by the EDR tool. In network detection and response, &#34;response&#34; is more broad. The network is too vast and interconnected for blunt responses and therefore requires more surgical precision and investigation.    ==Guest(s)==  ===Matt Cauthorn===<gallery mode="nolines" widths=175px heights=175px>
Image:MattCauthorn-0.png|'''Matt Cauthorn''' is VP Sales Engineering at ExtraHop<br>
Matt Cauthorn is responsible for all security implementations and leads a team of technical security engineers who work directly with customers and prospects. A passionate technologist and evangelist, Matt is often on site with customers working to solve the complex and mission-critical business problems that Fortune 1,000 and global 2,000 companies face. After years spent helping customers tap into the value offered by network-based analytics, Matt has been able to bring fresh thinking to security threat detection. Prior to ExtraHop, Matt was a Sales Engineering Manager at F5 and before that he started his career in the trenches as a practitioner where he oversaw application hosting, infrastructure, and security for five international data centers.<br>


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