Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) and Endpoint Protection Platform (EPP)

EDR works by continuously monitoring activity on endpoints, with the aim of identifying suspicious or threatening behavior in real-time. Information is recorded and analyzed for internal or external attacks. EDR can identify specific behaviors to alert organizations to potential threats before the attackers can cause harm. Once a threat has been detected, EDR can isolate and deflect attacks from internal and external sources, protecting endpoint devices from risks. The end-to-end analysis is supported by a range of innovative technologies, including machine learning and behavioral analysis.

EPP is deployed on endpoint devices to prevent file-based malware attacks, detect malicious activity, and provide the investigation and remediation capabilities needed to respond to dynamic security incidents and alerts.

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