Endpoint detection and response (EDR) software detects and identifies threats on network-connected devices. Compare features of top EDR tools.
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Remote work has skyrocketed over the last year, leading to many workers accessing company information on personal devices. According to an HR Dive study, 60% of these personal devices aren’t monitored by security tools. Even if your workforce isn’t remote, unsecured personal devices can still provide hackers with easy access to company data when they connect to your company’s WiFi network or cloud apps. Endpoint detection and response (EDR) software provides continuous monitoring and threat response capabilities to keep these endpoints secure.
In this guide, we’ll explain why EDR software is so important for your business, explore common features, and…