EDR Buyer's Guide

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What is an Endpoint Detection & Response (EDR) solution and why do I need it? A modern EDR is capable of ensuring business continuity by effectively mitigating fast-growing, automated, and advanced (zero-day) threats such as ransomware or file-less attacks, without increasing analyst workloads or the need for highly skilled security specialists.

Facing any of these challenges? 

  • Failing legacy solutions
  • Limited visibility
  •  Lack of skilled headcount
  • Alert fatigue
  • Dealing with dormant threats

Download this EDR Buyer's Guide, and learn: 

  1.  How to pick an EDR best-fit for your business 
  2.  The 4 key elements that a modern and effective EDR should have, to add real value to security teams
  3. What to look for & questions to ask when choosing an EDR

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