Managed Endpoint
Detection & Response

Extend threat visibility down to the endpoint with a Managed EDR service

As key vulnerable points of entry to your organization’s network, endpoints represent a significant security risk. But with traditional endpoint technologies ineffective at detecting the latest advanced threats, identifying and responding to endpoint-focused attacks has never been more challenging.

Endpoint Detection and Response

Antivirus software is a common solution used by organisations to identify and remove known security threats. Relying on traditional antivirus solutions can, however, leave organisations vulnerable to more sophisticated threats such as memory-resident malware.

Endpoint Detection and Response technologies help take endpoint security to the next level by enhancing threat visibility and coverage beyond the scope of traditional antivirus and network monitoring tools. On each host on which a sensor is installed, an EDR tool will capture important system events such as registry and file changes and use real-time behavioral monitoring to pinpoint suspicious activity.

managed Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR)

Key components of EDR security

EDR security provides an integrated hub for the collection, correlation, and analysis of endpoint data, as well as for coordinating alerts and responses to immediate threats. EDR tools have three basic components:

Endpoint data collection agents. Software agents conduct endpoint monitoring and collect data—such as processes, connections, volume of activity, and data transfers—into a central database.

Automated response. Pre-configured rules in an EDR solution can recognize when incoming data indicates a known type of security breach and triggers an automatic response, such as logging off the end-user or sending an alert to a staff member.

Analysis and forensics. An endpoint detection and response system may incorporate both real-time analytics, for rapid diagnosis of threats that do not quite fit the pre-configured rules, and forensics tools for threat hunting or conducting a post-mortem analysis of an attack.

A real-time analytics engine uses algorithms to evaluate and correlate large volumes of data, searching for patterns.

Forensics tools enable IT, and security professionals, to investigate past breaches to better understand how an exploit works and how it penetrates security. IT security professionals also use forensics tools for hunting for threats in the system, such as malware or other exploits that might lurk undetected on an endpoint.

Triad’s Managed Endpoint Detection and Response service significantly enhance the visibility of attacks targeting endpoint devices, supplying an experienced team of threat hunters, the latest EDR technology, and up-to-the-minute threat intelligence to identify threats that other controls can miss.

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As technology advances, so do its threats. You will feel less pressure when it comes time for a cybersecurity audit if you automate your access control systems. With Triad, you can stay abreast of the changing compliance landscape while maintaining the security of your data.