Endpoint Detection & Response

Endpoint Detection & Response

Ensure your endpoints are secured with Endpoint Detection & Response (EDR) agents.

What is Endpoint Detection and Response?

Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR), also referred to as endpoint detection and threat response (EDTR), is an endpoint security solution that continuously monitors end-user devices to detect and respond to cyber threats like ransomware and malware.

What is endpoint monitoring?

In practical terms, endpoint monitoring is the collection, aggregation, and analysis of endpoint behaviors across an organization’s environment to identify signs of malicious activity. This is typically achieved by establishing a baseline of what constitutes normal behavior and identifying any deviations from it.

Why is an EDR required?

Once a cybersecurity threat has been detected on a system, an EDR can quarantine and protect against attacks from internal and external sources. This protects the endpoint devices from many cybersecurity risks.

What is the meaning of EDR?

Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) is an integrated, layered approach to endpoint protection that combines real-time continuous monitoring and endpoint data analytics with rule-based automated response.