Forrestor’s Now Tech – EDR Q1 2020 report features ESET

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ESET has been included among 29 vendors in Forrester’s Now Tech: Enterprise Detection and Response Q1 2020 report. The report provides an overview of the technology players in the EDR market and offers insights into understanding their capabilities.

Security and risk professionals can use the report to determine the value they can expect from an enterprise detection and response provider and to select one based on size and functionality. Especially in these challenging times, detection & response capabilities are necessary to ensure business continuity.

ESET has been included in the report as an Enterprise Architecture EDR solution, as classified by the architectural decisions behind the product that are designed to provide sub-second behavioral detection and response on the endpoint itself, improving endpoint protection capabilities and offline protection.

Key takeaways from the report include:

  •  A key benefit of EDR products is the ability to hunt for indications that an adversary has eluded your security controls and is lying in the weeds of your infrastructure.
  • Each provider in this market has a unique industry focus, geographic footprint, and a set of core competencies, leading to different engagement models that suit a variety of customer needs.

Juraj Malcho, chief technology officer at ESET, commented, “We are proud to be included in the Forrester Now Tech report, and to be recognized among players in the EDR market as, in our opinion, protecting our users and their businesses against the latest advanced persistent threats is central to our mission as a business. Ensuring your business is equipped with capable and cutting-edge detection and response tools is an absolute necessity during these unpredicted times, and we hope that security and risk professionals will be able to make the best decision for their business with ESET’s innovative EDR offerings.”

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