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enSilo Included in 2017 Gartner Market Guide for Endpoint Detection and Response Solutions

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SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 16, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- enSilo, the company that protects endpoints pre- and post-infection to stop data breaches and data disruption in real time, today announced that it has been included in Gartner's Market Guide for Endpoint Detection and Response Solutions (G00321729). A complimentary copy of this Market Guide is available for download here.

According to Gartner, "The EDR market is rapidly converging with the endpoint protection platform market; however, both areas will continue to coexist for the next three years. Security and risk management leaders need platform-based solutions that provide all aspects of adaptive security architecture."

With costly, high-profile data breaches, ransomware disruptions and other attacks increasingly beginning at the endpoint, capabilities for safeguarding organizations' devices and empowering users are essential, including detecting sophisticated attacks, containing the reach of threats by defeating the execution of malware and other intrusions and rapidly remediating endpoints to a pre-infected state. enSilo delivers these features and other advantages in its proven endpoint security platform combining automated, blocking-enabled Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) capabilities with Threat Hunting, Incident Response, and Virtual Patching features. This integrated approach to protecting devices and employees offers dramatic security advantages and avoids burdening end users and security staff with layered, piecemeal endpoint protection tools.

"We feel that Gartner's inclusion of enSilo in this Market Guide validates our team's vision and innovation," said enSilo CEO and co-founder Roy Katmor. "Malicious infiltrations prevail against traditional defenses by exploiting detection gaps and achieving costly dwell time before they uncovered. enSilo's Next Generation AntiVirus (NGAV) serves as a useful first line of defense, complemented and correlated with our unique blocking-enabled EDR that allows to contain in real-time malicious code and behaviors executing on systems and continually helps security teams revert devices back to known, trusted states. This elimination of dwell time between infiltration and detection is key, it's time for the industry to prioritize protection in EDR. 'Detection' and 'Response' offer little value if they are not real-time and automated."

"Stopping breaches is my number one priority and I am a big proponent for endpoint detection and response tools to help with that goal. When we thoroughly tested and evaluated top notable vendors in the market, enSilo stood out above all the rest," said Randy Potts, CISO at financial services firm Real Time Resolutions. "enSilo has a fundamentally different approach to stopping the post-infection impact of malware in an automated manner. This unique capability allows my team to stop breaches and respond to malware impact immediately and more effectively comparing to other EDR tools that introduce dwell time."

According to Gartner, "Endpoint detection and response is essentially a big data and analytics tool that has all the advantages and drawbacks of this emerging field. However, it's foundational for next-generation endpoint protection solutions, based on more-complex behaviors, and it's extensible to additional problems, such as insider threat and account takeover attacks. EDR tools are capable of reducing the time to detect and respond to hacking and malware incidents. They help correlate events into incidents, but require a sophisticated administrator and API integration with other security tools."

"enSilo strives to offer a robust post-infection approach to endpoint security that enables real-time breach containment and response, allowing zero dwell time and the immediate blocking of data exfiltration and data tampering," Katmor added. "Providing EDR tools is important, however in addition to post-infection evidence collection, the breach must be stopped in real-time, ensuring zero dwell time. It's all about stopping the breach."

Read more about Gartner's latest endpoint detection and response recommendations on enSilo's blog  and download your complimentary copy of the Market Guide for Endpoint Detection and Response Solutions here.

Source: Gartner, "Market Guide for Endpoint Detection and Response Solutions," Peter Firstbrook, 9 November 2017.

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About enSilo

enSilo comprehensively secures the endpoint pre- and post-infection. enSilo automates and orchestrates detection, prevention and real-time response against advanced malware and ransomware without burdening cybersecurity staff. enSilo's single lightweight agent includes next generation antivirus (NGAV), application communication control, automated endpoint detection and response (EDR) with real-time blocking, threat hunting, incident response and virtual patching capabilities. Coupled with a patented approach that has full system visibility, enSilo's endpoint security solution stops modern malware with a high degree of precision and intuitive user interface. Cybersecurity staff with enSilo can effectively manage malware threats without alert fatigue, excessive dwell time or breach anxiety. enSilo's cloud management platform is flexible and extensible to meet operational needs that stop malware impact. For more information please visit www.ensilo.com.

 

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