Every day, cyber threats are a growing concern for businesses that rely on the internet, data, and analytics to run their business. Hackers and security threats are becoming more advanced, and so are the methods to combat them. That’s where Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) technology comes in.
Endpoint detection and response technology is used to identify suspicious behavior and persistent threats on endpoints in an environment, and alert administrators accordingly. It does this by collecting and aggregating data from endpoints and other sources. That data may or may not be enriched by additional cloud analysis. EDR solutions are primarily an alzzerting tool rather than a protection layer but functions may be combined depending on the vendor.
Protect your business from ransomware attacks – Gain peace of mind by using managed EDR to roll back any and all devices to their pre-threat state. Simply click and restore infected machines to full productivity, no matter which strain of ransomware is holding them hostage. Managed EDR pays for itself by keeping you safe and secure.
Increase employee productivity – Eliminate threats that outwit traditional AV solutions and maintain faster device performance, creating fewer distractions that eat into employee productivity. Let the experts manage it for you – Don’t spend time trying to support and manage your own systems and security. Focus on running and growing your business, with ongoing support from your managed service provider.
Managed Endpoint Detection and Response
Security used to be so simple. You installed anti-virus (AV) solutions, trained employees not to click on unknown links, and kept software and websites up to date.
AV solutions have done a great job of keeping small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) safe for many years. However, the threat patterns are changing, and SMBs need a different type of protection to combat these increasingly sophisticated, severe attacks. Here’s why: AV solutions rely on signatures to detect threats, but the latest threats don’t use signatures and can slip through and enter your company’s networks undetected.
4 Threats your Antivirus Might Miss
It’s hard for small and medium-sized businesses to keep up with the latest threat patterns because they’re changing all the time. Here are 4 threats that can slip right through your antivirus (AV) solutions, because they lack signatures:
- Weaponized documents look like harmless PDF attachments in your emails but execute attacks once they enter your network.
- Fileless threats don’t require downloads but execute from memory, making them difficult to identify.
- Zero-day threats find an unknown computer vulnerability and exploit it before software or hardware providers can issue updates.
- And ransomware attacks can disable IT networks, sometimes forever.
In our brief, managed Endpoint Detection and Response, we show you how you can evolve your security program to identify and thwart these and other threats. By adopting Endpoint Detection and Response now, you’ll avoid the business harm and clean-up costs you’ll face if one of these threats gains access to your network.
Never worry about ransomware again with Managed EDR. Just click and restore your devices to their pre-infection state.
For more information on how EDR can help protect your business, contact Betty Bruce with SYGNVS Integrated Solutions today at 800-804-6198 ext. 101 or visit www.Sygnvs.com.