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Endpoint Detection & Response

Endpoint Detection & Response

Identify, Isolate and Remove Endpoint Threats in Real-Time

Often, an endpoint device is the main input used by cyber attackers. With the evolution of workplace mobility and employees connecting from their workplace on the go, in the office or at home – it’s no surprise that these devices are becoming increasingly vulnerable.

Cyber-threats proliferate at a speed of 375 per minute. Meanwhile, every endpoint connected to the Internet faces 1.5 attacks per minute. In addition, every 24 minutes a new vulnerability is discovered. That’s why there’s been a need for enhanced security tools in recent years that outpace traditional firewalls and antivirus solutions.

For both large and small organizations, this has become an undeniable priority. Then Endpoint Detection and Response (short: EDR) came into the game and is increasingly becoming the standard in cybersecurity. In this eBook we will explain:

  • The Fundamentals of EDR
  • Possibilities and Benefits of EDR
  • Specifics within Endpoint Security
  • Challenges with Standalone EDR Solutions
  • Differences with a SIEM
  • Managed Detection and Response (MDR)
  • Trends: XDR and SOAR solutions
  • How to choose the right EDR Tool