Counter evasive attacks with EDR-EPP convergence


Published February 2021

With threats becoming more evasive and complex, enterprises are re-evaluating their current Endpoint Protection Platforms (EPP). To enhance their security posture, some organizations have adopted Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) solutions only to realize that both EPP and EDR have their own strengths and shortcomings.

While an EPP solution can quickly identify threats and deal with them in a timely manner, they lack the ability to record and trace the threats. EDR, on the other hand, can accurately analyze and identify advanced, complex, and evasive threats but weak in real-time response, and require additional manpower. So what is the best approach?

With the increased risk of targeted ransomware attacks, human error, and complacency delaying remediation, organizations need a smarter and well-integrated EDR and EPP framework that is largely automated, to detect, prevent and remediate advanced, evasive attacks at lightning speed – with no extra efforts from the team.

Join Kaspersky experts on February 18, 2021, at 1 pm SGT (GMT +8) as they discuss:

  • How organizations are enhancing their overall security capabilities by EDR-EPP convergence
  • Critical steps to make your organization ready for EDR-EPP convergence
  • How to combat evasive attacks effectively without investing in additional resources

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