“EDR has been a common TLA in the tech and cyber lexicon (thanks Gartner) for about 7 years, growing and evolving along the way – but thanks to the latest spate of “supply chain attacks”, it’s never been more relevant.
It’s all well and good to patch holes and apply signatures to detect attacks after the fact (a trend we saw after the SolarWinds, Exchange Server and Kasaya scenarios), but how does an organisation determine whether these vulnerabilities have been exploited, and whether the next attack of this kind may be lurking, hidden within the day-to-day system and network noise?
With many traditional endpoint security vendors defocusing their enterprise offerings and shiny new players emerging, it’s no wonder the state of endpoint in many large organisations is up for debate. Some parties are keen on staying with tried and tested legacy products, while others see the need to improve measures, while being told that endpoint security and detect/respond is just “too hard to achieve inhouse”, from vendors selling services and charging the earth.
Check Point’s Harmony Endpoint is a sound balance of traditional endpoint preventative measures, combined with intelligent next generation detection and response capabilities – backing onto a cloud hosted EDR platform including Threat Hunting capabilities which performed amongst the very best in MiTRE’s 2021 Engenuity ATT&CK evaluation.
In line with the dynamic nature of how everyone is working, Harmony Endpoint is built to enable endpoints to fend for themselves in the wild – its long line of offline capabilities include onboard automated ransomware reversal (you read that right) address the greatest of today’s endpoint threats. Coupled with proven high performance EDR and Threat Hunting capabilities (included as standard features – not optional extras), Harmony Endpoint is a ‘must see’ endpoint security solution in 2021.”
ATP Sales Manager – Australia and New Zealand
Check Point Software Technologies