Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR)
Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) monitors activity across all your endpoints, on and off the network, providing deep visibility into their security state. It also prioritizes alerts when there is an issue. EDR drastically reduces dwell time by rapidly detecting new and non-malware attacks, and it cuts the cost, time, and scope of incident response.
EDR is also one of the SIEM family of solutions, so selecting EDR, NDR, and SIEM should be studied well for smooth and harmonious functioning.
What Is the Difference Between EDR and NDR?
Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) provides a detailed ground-level view of the processes running on a host and interactions between them. Network Detection and Response (NDR) provides an aerial view of the interactions between all devices on the network.
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