Endpoint Protection & Anti-Malware

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Leadership Brief: The Differences Between Endpoint Protection (EPP) and Endpoint Detection & Response (EDR) - 80186

Endpoint Detection & Response products are capturing a lot of mindshare in cybersecurity. But how do they differ from the more standard Endpoint Protection products? We’ll look at key features of each type of solution below.

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Executive View: Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Business - 80180

Kaspersky offers a full-featured Endpoint Security suite which includes one of the most advanced multi-mode anti-malware detection engines in the market, which is powered by their Global Research and Analysis Team (GreAT). Kaspersky’s endpoint security product covers a wide variety of…

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Buyer’s Compass: Endpoint Protection - 80110

Malware remains a global cybersecurity threat. This KuppingerCole Buyer’s Guide will provide you with questions to ask vendors, criteria to select your vendor, and requirements for successful deployments. This document will prepare your organization to conduct RFIs and RFPs for…

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Oslo, We Have a Problem!

As you have certainly already heard, Norsk Hydro, one of the world’s largest aluminum manufacturers and the second biggest hydropower producer in Norway, has suffered a massive cyber attack earlier today. According to a very short statement issued by the company, the attack has…

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The Wrong Click: It Can Happen to Anyone of Us

The Wrong Click: It Can Happen to Anyone of Us

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Who's the Best Security Vendor of Them All?

This week I had an opportunity to visit the city of Tel Aviv, Israel to attend one of the Microsoft Ignite | The Tour events the company is organizing to bring the latest information about their new products and technologies closer to IT professionals around the world. Granted, the Tour…

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Don’t Blame the Cloud for Capital One’s Troubles

After the recent Capital One breach, some commentators have suggested that cloud security is fundamentally flawed. Like many organizations today, Capital One uses Amazon Web Services (AWS) to store data, and it was this that was targeted and successfully stolen. In the case of Capital One it was process, not technology, that failed. The company failed on three points to secure its data properly using the extended tool sets that AWS provides. It relied only on the default encryption settings in [...]

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