Endpoints are often the weakest link in the security chain, and legacy antivirus solutions are no longer enough to defend against modern threats, including zero day, evasive and fileless malware. Organizations of all sizes are adopting endpoint protection technology that provides multiple levels of protection for endpoints.
Just 7-8 years ago, only large companies could afford server equipment. Therefore, the purchase of a new server was treated with great care and caution. Before you buy expensive server hardware, there appear a lot of questions:
● What to do if the business grows rapidly and computing doubles once a month?
● How to scale server hardware?
This article will help you understand the most important trend in endpoint security today – the transition from endpoint detection and response (EDR), until recently the state of the art in enterprise protection for endpoints, to extended detection and response (XDR), which builds on EDR but offers a new paradigm in holistic protection for endpoints, networks and enterprise workloads.