Traditional security won’t reveal low and slow lateral movement of advanced persistent threats across systems. The open-door access from mobile, shadow IT and increasingly complex scams enables attackers to con unknowing authorized users to reveal enterprise credentials.
Even highly sophisticated Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) solutions need simple and speedy scalability to clearly see beyond traditional log and event files to uncover attacker burrows.
We are offering End-to-End Endpoint Protection using our Partner Sophos Intercept X- employs a comprehensive defense-in-depth approach to endpoint protection rather than simply relying on one primary security technique. This is the “the power of the plus” – a combination of leading foundational (traditional) and modern (next-gen) techniques. Intercept X integrates the industry’s top-rated malware detection and exploit protection with built-in endpoint detection and response (EDR).
Harness the power of a deep learning neural network
Drive threat prevention to unmatched levels. The artificial intelligence built into Intercept X is a deep learning neural network, an advanced form of machine learning that detects both known and unknown malware without relying on signatures.
Deep learning makes Intercept X smarter, more scalable, and higher-performing than endpoint security solutions that use traditional machine learning or signature-based detection alone.
Intelligent Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR)
Built-in expertise to help you answer the tough questions about security incidents.
Start with the strongest protection: Consolidate protection and EDR into a single solution. Add expertise, not headcount: Built-in machine learning and threat intelligence from SophosLabs. Guided incident response: Understand your security posture and respond with the click of a button
With Intercept X Advanced with EDR organizations can now understand the scope and impact of security incidents, detect attacks that may have gone unnoticed, analyze files to determine if they are a threat, and confidently report on their organization’s security posture at any given moment.