Legacy antivirus tools require more resources to operate and are less effective than next-generation solutions at defusing endpoint security risks.
Following recent malware evolution, modern endpoint detection and response tools should not rely on just one trigger event, but on sophisticated logic.
As the cybercrime landscape expands, SOC teams need endpoint security tools that can reduce the time it takes to gain actionable threat intelligence.
CISOs must understand the key difference between individual and enterprise endpoint security to adequately protect corporate data.
Security teams needs advanced visibility into all endpoints across the organization to prevent endpoint attacks such as the recent Apache Struts exploit.
Millions of ports are being left open online, and many of these are being exposed to potential attackers through the remote desktop protocol (RDP).
EDR solutions enable threat hunting teams to fine-tune behavioral detection rules and determine the techniques by which malware spreads through a network.
With responsive machine learning, analysts can create robust training sets by combining thousands of malware samples with current data on software updates.
The idea of employing basic endpoint hygiene to keep your data safe seems like a no-brainer. So why was the WannaCry ransomware attack so damaging?
Chipotle released the results of an internal investigation that revealed poor endpoint security and maintainance was to blame for a data breach.