Endpoint Detection & Response
Cybercrime is to cost the world 10.5 Trillion dollars a year by 2025 according to this Cybercrime magazine article. It is estimated that if cybercrime damages were measured as a country, cybercrime would be the world’s third-largest economy after the U.S. and China.
Endpoint Detection & Response services are the most important defense in the effort to stop cyber attacks from penetrating your company. Endpoint Detection & Response offers you advanced threat detection services, quick & automatic response, and a powerful protection service that stops malicious content from entering your servers.
Why is Endpoint Detection & Response so important?
In a world defined by the data revolution, data has become the most precious store of value. Companies can easily fall to ruin because of a single data breach, and rise to success because of access to better data. Furthermore, in a world ever more concerned with privacy, data breaches can prove lethal to a company’s reputation, especially if private information is leaked due to negligence.
Endpoint detection & response services allow you to prevent data breaches, detect attacks in real time and respond to cyber attacks quickly and efficiently.
Who needs endpoint detection & response services?
Not every business needs endpoint detection and response. Here is a short list that will help you determine if you need endpoint detection & response services:
It’s hard to believe, but you can still find shops that hold their information in actual books, people whose agenda is kept in a notebook, and other services such as private teaching or tour-guiding that don’t actually require data in digital form.
But if your company holds data in digital form (as do the majority of SMBs and big companies), you might need endpoint detection & response services.
Do you hold phone numbers, I.D. numbers, credit card details, search history, medical and / or psychiatric evaluations or any other private information on your clients, workers or providers?
If the answer is yes, you must protect that data to protect the information and cover yourself legally in case you were breached.
Do you hold patents, valuable company data, data on company structure or any other information that might help your competitors? Protect your data and save yourself heartache in case of security breach.