Endpoint Detect-and-Response (EDR)
Endpoint detection and response (EDR), also known as endpoint threat detection and response (ETDR), is an integrated endpoint security solution that combines real-time continuous monitoring and collection of endpoint data with rules-based automated response and analysis capabilities.
Why have EDR vs a traditional anti-virus?
The primary functions of an EDR security system are to:
- (1) Monitor and collect activity data from endpoints that could indicate a threat
- (2) Analyze this data to identify threat patterns
- (3) Automatically respond to identified threats to remove or contain them, and notify security personnel
- (4) Forensics and analysis tools to research identified threats and search for suspicious activities
- Dangerous websites
- Phishing Attacks
- Data Theft
- Targeted Attacks
- High-Fidelity machine learning (pre-execution and runtime)
- Behavioral analysis (against scripts, injection, ransomware, memory, and browser attacks)
- File Reputation
- Web Reputation
- URL Filtering
- Device Control
- Application Control
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Please note, coverage my differ by operating system.