As the cybersecurity landscape is constantly evolving and threats remain more difficult to spot, endpoints are extremely vulnerable.
Antivirus software isn’t adequate to mitigate the cyber threat. Traditional antivirus software employs techniques that use signatures to identify and remove malware, viruses, and malware, and it is often referred to as anti-malware. In recent times, hackers have shifted towards polymorphic malware that allows the malware to alter every time it runs, and antivirus cannot detect it as antivirus programs based on signatures. At this point, Endpoint Detection and Response can be a lifeline for your business.
An endpoint is a node in your network which can be any device. Laptops and desktops, mobile phones, VPNs, and other endpoints are all considered endpoints and all possible attack points. To protect these devices, Coalition may advise organizations to include the Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) solution in their security system.