Endpoint Detection and Response

Boost endpoint security while cutting costs

Digitally transforming enterprises are valuable targets for cybercriminals. Just blocking traces or being risk tolerant isn’t enough – unique attacks require root cause analysis if they’re to be prevented in the future. Kaspersky Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) provides agent-based investigation and reaction capabilities, significantly increasing the number and effectiveness of incident processes while reducing the overall resources needed for incident response.


  • Single agent for prevention, investigation, hunting and response

    A single agent reduces TCO, simplifies incident handling and minimizes maintenance costs. As a switchable module within world-leading Kaspersky Endpoint Security, activating the investigation, hunting and response functionality of Kaspersky EDR is quick and easy.

  • Drives operational efficiency

    Kaspersky EDR reduces initial evidence collection time from hours to minutes via continuous collection and analysis of endpoint-level telemetry. The Web interface enables real-time investigation and provides an historical database overview of activities even if a particular endpoint is not on the network or has been reimaged or encrypted during malicious action.

  • Improves security and safeguards privacy

    As an investigation and response tool, Kaspersky EDR is designed to deliver complete privacy of enterprise raw telemetry and critical data/files - all data collection, analysis and storage is performed on-site. This leads to complete control of data by security teams and avoids the risks associated with third parties. The result? Better trust and improved privacy.

Suitable For

This solution is particularly well suited to addressing the security requirements, concerns and constraints of these enterprise sectors.

The Use

  • If the enterprise can’t detect… it can’t protect

    Efficient and rapid detection is a vital first step in the fight against cyberattacks. Multiple detection technologies can greatly increase your chances of spotting attacks and intrusions more rapidly - before serious damage is done.

    Kaspersky EDR incorporates multiple detection engines, integrated to deliver Advanced Threat Detection that combines advanced static, behaviour-based and dynamic analysis, plus real-time access to global threat intelligence and machine learning technologies.

  • Actively hunt for new and unique threats specific to your organization

    Kaspersky EDR is specifically designed to empower the scanning of Indicators of Compromise (IoCs) in real time, covering retrospective data from entire network. The solution can radically change your security workflow, giving security teams the open search capabilities to hunt even for unknown threats. The result is the establishment of a true organizational Threat Hunting process.

  • Rapidly Uncover and contain advanced threats

    Kaspersky EDR management of incidents across all endpoints on the corporate network is centralized – giving a seamless workflow. A wide range of automated responses helps avoid the expensive downtime and lost productivity inherent in traditional remediation processes, like wiping and reimaging. By monitoring and controlling a vast range of functions via a single interface, security tasks can be performed more effectively and efficiently – with no flipping between multiple tools and consoles.

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Premium Support

Professional help is available whenever you need it. Operating in more than 200 countries, from 34 offices worldwide, we have you covered 24/7/365. Take advantage of our Premium support packages, or call on our Professional Services to ensure that you derive maximum benefit from your Kaspersky lab security installation.

The Threats

Without the capability to implement a unified and automated adaptive security approach that Kaspersky Threat Management and Defense provides, your IT infrastructure and wider organization is laid open to:

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    Slower detection, response and reaction times, providing increased opportunities for an attack to do damage.

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    Lowered security due to difficulties in applying Threat intelligence across the entire network.

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    Shortages of sufficient staff qualified to undertake manual/semi-manual Threat Analysis and Hunting.

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    Unique attacks remaining undetected by patterns or not known at the time of penetration.

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    Lack of threat visualization and investigation capabilities.

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    Business disruption during disjointed and unstructured recovery and investigation processes.

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