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Endpoint Detection and Response: How to be 1% Strong

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2 min

Powerful endpoint detection and response, often referred to as EDR, is critical to successful cybersecurity in today’s changing threat landscape. In this video, Guidance Software CEO Patrick Dennis explains the idea of continuous compromise, how we are witnessing the end of the traditional network perimeter, and why endpoint detection and response is critical to identify and respond to advanced cyber threats before a serious breach occurs.  Perimeter cybersecurity solutions alone cannot fully protect an organization. Even if they stop all but 1% of cyber threats, that strongest 1% accounts for billions of dollars in lost revenue and productivity every year. To be stronger than the 1% of cyber threats that cause the most damage, organizations must embrace endpoint detection and response to protect their most valuable assets.  EDR works at scale, it remediates issues, and identifies anomalies – it works against today’s most modern threats. Being 1% strong is about being part of the 1% of the cybersecurity industry that drives 99% of the results. Guidance Software can help with EDR because we have millions of endpoints deployed across the globe at more than 70 of the Fortune 100, more than half the Fortune 500, and many of the largest government and military agencies in the world.

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Endpoint Detection and Response

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EnCase Endpoint Security

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