What to Look for in a Network Detection and Response Platform

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As organizations navigate the transition to remote work, the rise in ransomware, and the aftershocks of SUNBURST, security teams need a better way to identify, investigate and take action quickly. That’s why an NDR solution is a must-have. But selecting the right tool can be a challenge given the number of vendors and the specifics of each environment.

This eBook provides insight that helps you simplify the search and identify the right features and functions for your business. The market is already seeing some large divides around two areas: Detection and Visibility. While all offerings deliver both capabilities to be classified as NDR, the solution’s approach is defined by which of these principles it is founded upon.

Download the eBook, “What to Look for in a Network Detection and Response Platform,” to learn how you can:

  • Effectively navigate the evaluation process
  • Identify the right features and functions for your business
  • Ultimately simplify your search for an NDR platform

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