Intercept X for Server – now with EDR

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We’re excited to announce the launch of Intercept X Advanced for Server with EDR, bringing the power of Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) to Intercept X for Server.

EDR gives you the ability to proactively hunt down evasive threats across your server estates (and endpoints with Intercept X Advanced with EDR), understand the scope and impact of security incidents and to confidently report on your security posture at all times.

EDR also allows you to:

  • Search for indicators of compromise across the network
  • Prioritize events for further investigation
  • Analyze files to determine if they’re potentially unwanted or true threats
  • Answer tough compliance questions in the event of a breach.

Evolving EDR

EDR is designed to investigate the grey area of files that are suspicious but cannot be immediately identified as malicious or benign. That’s fantastic in theory, but the reality for many organizations is that EDR tools require a level of knowledge and time investment that simply cannot be met.

At Sophos we take a different approach. We start with the strongest layer of protection that blocks the latest threats like ransomware and exploits, and also reduces the grey area of suspicious files that need investigation. In effect this means there is less to investigate and it is easier and faster to find the needle in the haystack.

On top of that you get the latest threat intelligence from SophosLabs helping you to make an informed decision on whether a file is benign or malicious.

Download the datasheet to learn more and then try it for free. If you’re a Sophos Central user, you can start a trial directly from the console.

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