Organizations are quickly learning that keeping the bad guys out of an enterprise environment isn’t as simple as deploying firewalls and antivirus. As cybercriminals utilize customized malware and bypass traditional antivirus solutions, it’s become necessary to take a broader and more proactive approach to protect the endpoint. This means real-time monitoring, detection and advanced threat analysis coupled with response technology.
A multitude of EDR tools on the market, accompanied by short-staffed IT teams, can create confusion for organizations making it not so simple to implement. CounterTack’s CTO Mike Davis and Trustwave’s Director Product Management, Charles Arnett, CISSP, break down what IT professionals need to know about EDR technology as well as best practices when considering and implementing an EDR platform.