Endpoint detection and response (EDR) has changed the game.
With attack surfaces growing and the need to keep remote and hybrid environments safe, EDR has become one of the most powerful tools in an organization’s cybersecurity arsenal. EDR brings exceptional visibility into our most vulnerable area: endpoints. On top of that, it provides the power to monitor and respond more quickly to today’s threats.
But an EDR solution alone does not give your organization EDR capabilities.
Without the right team and time commitment to manage EDR solutions, they can amass large amounts of data and alerts, leading to higher costs and overburdening analysts. That’s why many businesses are asking themselves, “should I consider a managed EDR solution?”
In this blog, let’s walk through what EDR is, the differences between managed EDR and unmanaged EDR and how to choose the best fit for your business.