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14 days ago
ROI-Return on investment; does it integrate well? does it work as advertised? is it cost-effective?  You could invest millions, what's good enough in your environment?
28 days ago
Depends on the size, scope and needs of your environment.  XDR is an ok monitoring/alerting tool, especially if you have a Palo Alto firewall already and everything can integrate well together. However, S1 is a superior tool IMHO and can catch and fix things automatically…
About 1 month ago
I think most of the answers provided will work for you, but you have to take into account your environment, integration with other solutions, firewall, antivirus or even just Windows-native and you have to look at price vs features you want.  How much is good enough? You…
2 months ago
Once you have narrowed down the top 5 picks for a capability/solution, we typically will look at the last few things that make things stand out from the competition.  1-cost, 2-ease of deployment (need prof serv?) 3-support or training if all other features of products…
2 months ago
We RFI/POC'd them all.  Sentinel One came out on top for every aspect of the requirements that we needed to fulfill from our architect. That said, CrowdStrike is a good tool as well but I think ends up being more expensive. The best bang for the buck was S1.
3 months ago
The risk of not patching:  -incompatibility between applications and the OS, or 3rd-party software, -remote access/access in general to your network and ability to exploit, disrupt, steal IP, hold data hostage, or steal CCD or other compliance data (HIPAA, SOX, lab,…
4 months ago
To me, a tool like ServiceNow (not cheap for small orgs), would be an example of this.  Dmytro touched on the need to track changes but also assets. S/N can do both with different modules but essentially you have to have the S/N scanners go sniff out all the assets and…
5 months ago
At minimum, do the basics. Patch or mitigate vulnerabilities by isolating the access and impact. Invest in security (tools, people and processes), always have backups & recovery tools (VEEAM) and regular/validated process that works to restore. daily/diffs/weekly/monthly…
About 1 year ago
We didn't consider either of these after demo and comparison from reviews of multiple EDR solutions we came up with SentinelOne on top and are now POCg it as an endpoint solution.
Over 1 year ago
There could be multiple answers to your question based on how your environment is set up. You have edge defense (firewalls, IDS, IPS like ngfw palos and fidelis), you have endpoint like av or edr (sentinel 1 or symantec or carbon black etc). There are also various other…
Over 1 year ago
So this is what WIKI says about EDR. EDR systems detect all endpoint threats and provide real-time response to the identified threats. ... EDR systems also collect high-quality forensic data which is needed for incident response and investigations. Overall, EDR security…
Over 2 years ago
Account people have moved around and support has taken a small hit but still getting quick responses, although resolutions are taking a bit longer.

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28 days ago
Endpoint Protection for Business (EPP)
About 1 month ago
Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR)
2 months ago
Endpoint Protection for Business (EPP)
4 months ago
Configuration Management
About 1 year ago
Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR)
Over 1 year ago
Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR)

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Over 2 years ago
Extended Detection and Response (XDR)