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Is Your Client Data Vulnerable to a Cyber Security Breach?

Companies Are More Vulnerable to Data Breaches Today Than Ever Before

There is no denying the pandemic resulted in many changes to how many businesses now operate. One of the fastest-growing changes having the biggest impact on a company’s data security is the growing number of employees now working remotely from home or in public locations such as coffee shops.

As more and more companies transition to remote work, the need for secure remote access increases. Many companies are now offering their employees remote access to email, files, and other applications. However, they are also providing remote access to their data centers. This has forced them to rethink the way they manage and protect their data.

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Small and Midsize Businesses Most At Risk

“Cybersecurity is clearly a concern that the entire business community shares, but it represents an especially pernicious threat to smaller businesses. The reason is simple: small and midsize businesses (“SMBs”)[4] are not just targets of cybercrime, they are its principal target. In fact, the majority of all targeted cyberattacks last year were directed at SMBs” – US Sec and Exchange Commission

Coffee Shop Vulnerable to Data Breach

Are you trusting your company’s data to a coffee shop’s wireless network?

Working Anywhere Spreads Risk Everywhere

Cloud-enabled software has made it possible for employees to work remotely from anywhere they choose improving productivity, creating flexibility for employees, and delivering more responsive service to customers for businesses big and small.

But it’s also been a bonanza for cybercriminals, expanding the number of vulnerable endpoints for them to exploit — beyond servers and workstations to laptops, tablets, smartphones, and even IoT devices — putting your data at much greater risk.

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Introducing Overwatch Managed EDR
(Endpoint Detection & Response)

With Overwatch Managed EDR Powered by SentinelOne, you receive endpoint protection (EPP) plus automated AI-driven protection and expert management 24/7/365 so you can rest assured your data is safe..

So, what is EDR and why do you need it?

Cybersecurity simplified.

EDR (Endpoint Detection and Response ) offers companies high level protection for their networks, data, and their users endpoints (mobile phones, laptops, or iPads, etc.).

All for one affordable monthly subscription that provides a security device at every remote location limiting who can log into security sensitive company data to only those that have been assigned a security device.

Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR), is an endpoint security solution that continuously monitors end-user devices to detect and respond to cyber threats like ransomware and malware.

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Overwatch Managed EDR, Powered by SentinelOne, delivers a One-Two Punch against cybercriminals.

Endpoint Security as a Service

With Overwatch Managed EDR, you’ll get end-to-end endpoint protection as a service, including:

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Overwatch Managed EDR Benefits Include:

Single Solution

We combine EPP (Endpoint Protection Platform) and EDR (Endpoint Detection and Response} capabilities into a single platform.

Proactive Protection

Proactive enterprise-class prevention, threat detection, response, and hunting.

End-to-End Coverage

Securing endpoints or entry points of end-user devices such as desktops, laptops, and mobile devices from threats such as malware, phishing, social engineering, ransomware, and other cybersecurity threats.

Affordable Subscription

Some of the most affordable rates in the industry.

Low Overhead

We take on the costs of sourcing and managing security technology and top talent, so you don’t have to.

Integrated intelligence

We ensure up-to-date threat detection with the latest information from third-party and proprietary sources.

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What is EDR?

Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR), is a security solution that continuously monitors end-user devices, such as mobile phones, laptops, iPads, etc., to detect and respond to cyber threats like ransomware and malware.

The primary functions of EDR security systems include:

  • Monitoring and collecting activity data from mobile phones, laptops, iPads, etc. which could indicate a threat
  • Analyzing this data to identify threat patterns
  • Automatically responding to identified threats to remove or contain them, and notify security personnel
  • Forensics and analysis tools to research identified threats and search for suspicious activities

What is EPP?

An endpoint protection platform (EPP) is a solution deployed on endpoint devices, such as desktops, laptops, and smart phones, to prevent malware attacks, detect malicious activity, and provide the ability to detect and respond to cyber threats and send alerts.

EPP prevents security threats to users’ devices like known and unknown malware. EDR solutions detects and respond to threats that your EPP and other security tools may not catch. By combining the two you give a one-two punch against cybercriminals and hackers.

Why are platforms encompassing both EDR and EPP best?

EPP and EDR are both critical but two different and seperate elements within an in-depth cybersecurity strategy. While they are similar, they cannot be used interchangeably; nor does having one lessen the need for the other.

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