Security used to be simple for small and medium-sized businesses. You installed antivirus (AV) solutions, trained employees and kept your software and websites up to date.

Now, the latest digital threats are eluding AV solutions. Here’s why: AV solutions rely on signatures to detect threats, but many of the latest threats don’t have signatures. Consequently, they can enter your network undetected. That’s why 82% of small and medium-sized businesses say they’ve been hit by a cyber threat their AV systems didn’t catch.

We have a solution to this, introducing Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR), a category of cybersecurity tools that helps organizations detect and respond to security threats on endpoints such as laptops, desktops, servers, and mobile devices.

EDR monitors endpoint activity in real-time, collecting data on processes, network connections, and file changes. They use machine learning (AI) and other advanced techniques to identify suspicious behaviour that may indicate a cyberattack or other security threats.

When a potential threat is detected, EDR tools can automatically take actions to contain the threat, such as quarantining an infected device or blocking a malicious network connection. There is also freedom from ransomware by rolling back devices to their pre-infection state.

Overall, EDR tools are an important part of a comprehensive cybersecurity strategy, helping organizations to quickly detect and respond to security incidents and minimize the impact of cyberattacks.

You’ll gain peace-of-mind that your security solution is able to protect your networks in any and every condition, reach out to our Cyber Security division by sending an e-mail to