Written by: Jay H.
Every device on your business network poses a threat. Your computers, mobile devices, servers, and even printers are all vectors hackers can use to breach your organization. So, how do you know if suspicious activity occurs? What if attackers compromise a device? Endpoint detection and response (EDR) aims to address these challenges, using continuous monitoring to detect and respond to internal and external threats.
The Need for Endpoint Detection and Response
Endpoint detection and response are now an essential component of any organization’s cybersecurity strategy. Consider the number of endpoints your organization may have on its network. These include not only desktop computers and servers, but laptops, mobile devices, Internet of things devices, tablets, and more. Each of these devices can provide entry for a cyberattack, so endpoint monitoring is needed.
Also, cyberattacks are becoming more and more sophisticated, and attackers are constantly creating new strains of malware. These attacks can be difficult to detect using standard methods, so more specialized techniques are needed. This is where EDR comes in.
How Does EDR Work?
EDR solutions work by providing continuous monitoring and analysis into what is happening on your endpoints. Then, by analyzing the collected data, these solutions automatically detect signs of suspicious activity on endpoints and trigger an automatic response, such as alerting a staff member.
EDR utilizes sophisticated analysis to detect irregular activity, such as connections from unusual locations or alarming behaviour. This makes detecting sophisticated cyberattack techniques more reliable than traditional security measures.
EDR That Works For Your Organization
Your organization’s devices are an open door for cyber attackers unless you have proper protections in place. Our endpoint detection and response solutions can protect your business from costly data breaches that devastate your firm. Contact us today to learn more about our EDR solutions.
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