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What is Open Systems Endpoint Detection and Response?

Continuous vigilance at your endpoints
Organizations typically run thousands of systems around the globe – some, like laptops, often not connected to your network—creating a potentially large attack surface. While attackers try to blend in without triggering alerts, Endpoint Detection & Response enables ongoing surveillance to detect suspicious activities that may be signs of a compromise. EDR scales across your infrastructure to help protect servers and workstations globally.

Our team of experts is at your side
Highly skilled, certified Open Systems engineers proactively monitor all your endpoints, handle alerts, and ensure compliance with your security policy. They work with your IT security staff according to clearly defined processes in order to inform you of and isolate compromised systems. In addition, they’re able to efficiently perform network-wide changes that are driven by the dynamic security needs of your organization.

Open Systems Endpoint Detection and Response was previously known as Open Systems EDR.

Open Systems Endpoint Detection and Response Customers
Marquardt, Sika, Partners Group, UBS, Sulzer, Altana
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