Critical Capabilities for Endpoint Protection Platforms (Gartner) - April 2018

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    RGiskardR Malware Tester Silver Member

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    Endpoint protection is evolving to address security architecture tasks such as hardening, investigation, incident detection and incident response. Security and risk management leaders should evaluate EPP vendors' ability to keep up with modern endpoint threats and their deployment requirements.

    Overview

    Key Findings
    • Advanced prevention capabilities such as machine learning, software behavior analytics and exploit prevention are no longer only available from newer EPP vendors; rather, they have become part of the core set of prevention solutions offered by nearly all vendors in this market.
    • Many Type B organizations want to incorporate advanced EDR capabilities as a means of actively detecting and responding to threats; however, EDR solutions remain challenging to deploy and operate for most.
    • Most Type B and Type C organizations eventually elect to use EDR as a forensics-focused solution if they operate it themselves, or they opt to engage managed services to supplement their internal capabilities.
    • The appeal of traditional EPP suites has somewhat been tempered over the recent years, with the emphasis and focus on newer malware detection features and capabilities such as machine learning and behavioral analysis. Still, many Type B and Type C organizations continue to derive significant value from the integration and common management provided by them.
    Full reading: https://www.gartner.com/doc/reprints?id=1-4Y7U0JL&ct=180502&st=sb

     
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