A single agent for prevention, investigation, hunting and response reduces your total cost of ownership, simplifies incident handling and minimises maintenance costs. As a module which can be activated within our world-leading Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Business, Kaspersky EDR for advanced threat discovery, investigation and response to complex incidents is quick and easy to implement.
Kaspersky EDR reduces the time needed for initial evidence collection, improves endpoint-level telemetry analysis and automates EDR processes, cutting overall response times from hours to minutes. A single web interface enables real-time investigation and provides a historical database overview of activities, even for endpoints which are not already on the network or when data has been encrypted during an attack.
As an investigation and response tool for complex incidents, Kaspersky EDR is designed to ensure the complete privacy of raw telemetry and critical data/files - all data collection, analysis and storage is performed on-site. This means the security team retains complete control of data - particularly important for organisations who, for regulatory or other reasons, need to ensure that no item of data travels beyond the corporate IT perimeter.
For companies struggling with incident response due to a lack of resources, manual handling and/or insufficient existing technologies, Kaspersky EDR’s integrated solution and single web console provide a full picture of the security scenario to help manage complex threats easily and efficiently.
Professional help is available whenever you need it. Operating in more than 200 countries, from 34 offices worldwide, we have you covered 24/7/365. Take advantage of our Premium support packages, or call on our Professional Services to ensure that you derive maximum benefit from your Kaspersky Lab security installation.
Without the capability to implement a unified and automated adaptive security approach that Kaspersky Threat Management and Defense provides, your IT infrastructure and wider organization is laid open to:
Slower detection, response and reaction times, providing increased opportunities for an attack to do damage.
Lowered security due to difficulties in applying Threat intelligence across the entire network.
Shortages of sufficient staff qualified to undertake manual/semi-manual Threat Analysis and Hunting.
Unique attacks remaining undetected by patterns or not known at the time of penetration.
Lack of threat visualization and investigation capabilities.
Business disruption during disjointed and unstructured recovery and investigation processes.