The most merciful thing in the world, I think, is the inability of the human mind to correlate all its contents – H.P. Lovecraft
2020 has been an ‘interesting’ year to say the least, and for many of us, it brought with it new challenges and obstacles to overcome. Covid-19 has forced many workplaces to either close their doors or look to other options to survive, and the more we learn about the beast, the more businesses are recognising that looking forward towards a quick “new normal” is hopeful at best. With herd immunity debunked, PPE continuing to be expensive and hard to acquire, and social distancing being essential to staying safe (whether enforced or not), remote working continues to be the best option for companies that can do so. Covid-19 has forced the hand of many such companies to look towards how they do this effectively, and for many, that is really, really scary.
Enterprise security teams struggle to get their hands on the endpoint data they need to investigate and proactively hunt for abnormal behaviour. Security and IT professionals currently lack the ability to see beyond suspicious activity and need a way to dive deeper into the data to make their own judgments.
In this datasheet we detail the current challenges facing enterprise security teams, look into the benefits of Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR), as well as discussing some of the key product capabilities and features available to you.
If you’d like to learn more about this Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) incident response and threat hunting solution, download this datasheet by entering your details into the form below.
Companies are facing massive cybersecurity challenges. According to IDC, 70% of successful breaches begin at the endpoint. Why are attacks so successful? Legacy endpoint security products are creating more problems than they solve. There is too much cost and complexity, defences aren't keeping up, and security staff is stretched thin.
In this eBook we discuss how the traditional endpoint could be causing problems focusing on complexity, cost and resourcing. We also look into the top 10 problems solved by implementing a cloud-based solution, covering:
- Keeping up to date
- Integrating security products
- Managing multiple agents
- Securing remote workers
- Slowing down endpoints
- Preventing new attacks
- Identifying problems
- Responding quickly to threats
- Getting the help you need
- Managing infrastructure
If you are struggling with any of these problems or are interested in how you can upgrade your endpoint to improve the security you have in place, fill in the form below and download your copy of the eBook.
Last week Pulse Secure issued a patch for multiple vulnerabilities relating to the effective functioning of its multi-factor authentication.