Finding a Network Detection and Response Platform Suitable for Your Organization

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A Network Detection and Response (NDR) solution is a must have for orgnaizations today. With the dramatic increase in ransomware combined with remote working and the pressure to adopt cloud-based strategies, orgnaizations need to procure tools to benefit their already stretched security teams.

Security teams need a better way to identify, investigate and act quickly. That’s why an NDR solution is a must-have.

But acquiring new solutions can be a minefield. NDR is a challenging sector because while it is in high demand the sector is saturated with many different vendors, and approaches, vying for your business.

This eBook,What to Look for in a Network Detection and Response Platform, was created to provide some insight into how to simplify the search and target the right features and functions for your business.

Download the eBook to learn how:

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

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