Enterpise Detection& Response
Today's cyberthreats are becoming more sophisticated and increasing exponentially. Workforces are mobile and therefore cyber defences need to cover beyond the perimeter.
Traditional antivirus has not proven very successful in defending against new threats such as crypto-malware.
It's time to rethink the endpoint protection and upgrade to EDR.
How does EDR work?
Endpoint detection and response is broadly defined by three types of behaviour.
It records endpoint data, then store that data in a separate location for analysis now or in the future.
EDR is able to interpret raw telemetry from endpoints and produce endpoint metadata we can use to determine how a previous attack went down, how future attacks might go down, and actions that can be taken to prevent those attacks.
EDR scans for programs, processes, and files matching known parameters for malware. Threat hunting also includes the ability to search all open network connections for potential unauthorised access.
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