Small to medium businesses are increasingly becoming targets for cybercriminals, as they often have limited security measures in place and may be perceived as easier targets. Endida’s Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) solutions can provide your businesses with advanced threat detection and incident response capabilities that would otherwise be out of their reach. A recent study found that 43% of cyberattacks are targeted at small to medium businesses, with an average cost of £200,000 per incident. These statistics highlight the urgent need for small to medium businesses to invest in measures to protect themselves against cyber threats.
Because of the ever increasing sophistication of cyber attacks that organisations are subjected to on a daily basis, AV alone is no longer enough to protect you as it can only detect and respond to attacks that have already penetrated your network. EDR acts as the bouncer of your network continuously monitoring each individual device and recognising and stopping malicious attacks from entering in the first place. EDR identifies every device in your network, making sure all legitimate devices have adequate protection and disabling and containing unauthorised devices.
Percentage of successful breaches involve the compromise of endpoints.
Average number of days to identify a breach without an EDR or MDR solution.
Endida’s EDR costs as little as £10 per endpoint per month.
Of respondents considered real-time detection and response capabilities to be the most important feature of an EDR solution.
Endida’s EDR solution uses advanced AI and machine learning algorithms to detect and respond to potential threats ensuring endpoints are protected from both known and unknown threats.
Our EDR service offers real-time alerts and automated responses to isolate and remediate potential threats virtually instantly therefore dramatically minimising the impact of a potential breach.
Endida’s EDR solution is designed to be easy to deploy, manage, and use, with an intuitive user interface and comprehensive reporting features.
Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) is a cybersecurity solution that focuses on protecting endpoints such as laptops, desktops, servers, and mobile devices. EDR solutions use advanced analytics and machine learning algorithms to detect potential threats on endpoints, including malware, ransomware, and other forms of cyberattacks. In addition, EDR solutions provide real-time alerts and automated responses to potential threats, allowing businesses to respond quickly and effectively to security incidents.
Traditional antivirus software relies on signature-based detection to identify and block known threats. In contrast, EDR solutions use advanced analytics and machine learning algorithms to detect potential threats on endpoints, including zero-day attacks and other forms of cyberattacks. EDR solutions also provide real-time alerts and automated responses to potential threats, allowing businesses to respond quickly and effectively to security incidents.
EDR solutions provide businesses with advanced threat detection and incident response capabilities, improving their overall cybersecurity posture. EDR solutions offer real-time alerts and automated responses to potential threats, providing businesses with a proactive approach to cybersecurity. They also provide complete visibility into all endpoints on the network, helping businesses detect suspicious activity and potential vulnerabilities. EDR solutions can help businesses protect their sensitive data, meet regulatory requirements, and respond quickly and effectively to security incidents.
Yes, EDR solutions can be used in conjunction with other cybersecurity measures such as firewalls, intrusion detection systems (IDS), and security information and event management (SIEM) solutions. In fact, EDR solutions are often integrated with these other solutions to provide a comprehensive cybersecurity strategy.
The cost of the Endida EDR solutions varies depending on specific features you need. However our EDR solution is extremely cost-effective compared to the potential costs of a cyberattack.