Identifying Effective Endpoint Detection and Response Platforms

WEBINAR DATE:
Wednesday, June 13
TIME: 10 am Pacific | 1 pm Eastern | 6 p.m. BST (UTC +1) 

As organizations struggle to mature their security and IT service profiles across expanding numbers of endpoints, they are increasingly turning to the proactive management capabilities of endpoint detection and responses platforms. Unfortunately, organizations seeking to introduce an endpoint detection and response platform (EDRP) are often confused by marketing terminology and a lack of verifiable information to make informed decisions on best practices and optimal solutions.

To provide organizations with a clear example of how to identify the most effective EDRP solutions, leading IT analyst firm Enterprise Management Associates (EMA) has conducted independent and objective research on the features and capabilities of two of the leading solution suites in this market: Tanium Core and 1E Tachyon.

Join Steve Brasen, EMA Research Director for Endpoint Management, for an informative presentation on the key results from EMA’s side-by-side product evaluation. Attendees will receive actionable guidance on the most important elements they should consider before selecting an EDRP solution. Topics of discussion will include:

  • How the different platform architectures fundamentally affect EDRP performance
  • The breadth of supported endpoint platforms
  • Ensuring cost-effectiveness in an EDRP deployment
  • The ability of the evaluated solution to achieve security and compliance requirements
  • How automation can be employed to enable real-time responses to conditions
  • The extensibility of the platform through direct and indirect integration methods
  • The supportability and long-term viability of the evaluated platforms

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WEBINAR SPEAKER:

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Steve Brasen
Research Director, EMA

Steve's career at Enterprise Management Associates follows 19 years of industry experience in IT system operations, engineering, and management.