Endpoint Detection and Response

April 6, 2022 Claranet Limited

Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) is an anti-virus replacement, providing real-time monitoring and detection of malicious events on endpoints. By analysing threat patterns and suspicious activities, EDR recognises the indicators of an attack as well as an actual attack, many of which are invisible to legacy antivirus solutions. Endpoints are often defined as end-user devices, such as mobile devices, laptops, and desktop PCs, although hardware such as servers in a data centre also fit into this category.

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