Secure endpoints with 360° visibility— from threat prediction to response
Beat the breach with endpoint security
Security breaches can be catastrophic for enterprises. Defending enterprises from cyberattacks requires a comprehensive endpoint detection and response (EDR) solution that offers 360-degree visibility into all their endpoints. This special SANS report will help organizations get ahead of threats.
Read the report, Endpoint Protection and Response: A SANS Survey, to learn:
- Insights and statistics on the prevalence of endpoint security breaches and the limitations of common endpoint protection solutions and approaches
- The endpoints that are most vulnerable to cyberattacks—from laptops to IoT
- The number one predictive technology that organizations aren’t leveraging but should
- The top four data collection gaps that hinder successful security breach investigations
The disastrous impact of a data breach
is the average cost of a data breach.1
is the likelihood of a recurring material breach over the next two years. 2
is the mean time to identify a security breach.3
Endpoints are involved in every security breach, and every user and software interaction leaves a footprint. 360-degree visibility into all your endpoints empowers you to pinpoint and eliminate threats to endpoint security—before they wreak havoc on your operations, reputation and bottom line. Automating and integrating workloads across the detection and response cycle is critical, as endpoint systems of every type, including Industrial IoT (IIoT) devices, are under constant attack.
360-degree endpoint protection—the gold standard
Learn how to stay one step ahead of hackers with:
- Comprehensive detection that leverages security analytics to identify threats and automate threat detection across the cyber "kill chain."
- Total coverage that secures all endpoints—from desktops and laptops to IoT, servers and virtual environments.
- Predictive security capabilities that use AI and security analytics to predict potential threats, reduce false positives and accelerate incident response.
- Complete response to validate, triage and remediate the effects of any threat with digital forensics (DFIR).
The Endpoint Protection and Response: A SANS Survey notes that more than 40% of survey respondents had been breached. Even more alarming, 20% didn’t even know they’d been attacked.
The mean time to contain a security breach is 69 days.4 However companies that contained a breach in less than 30 days saved more than $1 million US vs. those that took 30+ days.5 Endpoint detection and response (EDR) makes the critical difference. Read, Endpoint Protection and Response: A SANS Survey, to learn how to optimize endpoint security and stop hackers in their tracks.
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- 1 Ponemon Institute, 2018 Cost of a Data Breach Study: Benchmark Research sponsored by IBM Security, independently conducted by Ponemon Institute, LLC, July 2018.
- 2 Ibid.
- 3 Ibid.
- 4 Ponemon Institute, 2018 Cost of a Data Breach Study: Benchmark Research sponsored by IBM Security, independently conducted by Ponemon Institute, LLC, July 2018.
- 5 Ibid.