It’s 2019 and massive ransomware attacks are still making headlines, especially against city governments.
In 2018, the City of Atlanta attack shut down over a third of 424 software programs with total damages expected to be over $40 million USD. This year, the City of Baltimore was targeted with multiple systems and agencies down. At the time of writing, the damage caused by the attack hasn’t been fully repaired and the bill is coming in at $18 million.
IT administrators look for solutions and that quest usually involves security for the endpoint. Since a lot has changed in the world of endpoint security, administrators are exploring the options that fall into the endpoint detection and response (EDR) category.
“As much as people preach about segmenting networks, backing up data and improved security, ransomware attacks are happening at scale with increasing ferocity.”
Osterman Research published a research paper to outline the concerns, reasons and requirements admins on the front lines have with EDR solutions. Use this latest white paper to guide your organizations as you deploy your first endpoint protection solution or upgrade legacy antivirus protection.
The SonicWall Capture Client endpoint solution offers many endpoint detection and response (EDR) capabilities that give organizations the ability to mitigate attacks, remediate them and report back to the organization.