EDR Buyer’s Guide: Microsoft E5 Licenses and Security Risks
October 26, 2021 |
1 minute read
Cybereason Security Team
There is no shortage of options for security teams undergoing an evaluation of EDR and EPP solutions currently available to the market. With roughly 30 serious vendors focused specifically on EDR and EPP, the differences between them are vast with unique approaches and capabilities delivered by each.
The endpoint layer is arguably the most critical layer to secure in enterprise defenses, and EDR technology is ultimately the failsafe component responsible for avoiding a data breach.
It is unwise to cut corners in the implementation of security for this most vital layer of defense.
A conversation many teams eventually have when evaluating EPP and EDR is whether Microsoft is a viable option.
Activating Microsoft Defender through an E5 license is often a financial decision, not a security risk decision - an attempt at stretching a less-than-ideal budget allotment in consolidating for a bundled deal.
In a rapidly evolving threat landscape with higher stakes than ever, good enough security just isn’t good enough. Defenders require unwavering excellence and focus from their vendors, and to be equipped with the tools and expertise to confidently defeat cyber attacks.
The Cybereason Security Team champions cyber defenders by providing future-ready attack protection that unifies security from the endpoint, to the enterprise, to everywhere the battle moves. The Cybereason Defense Platform combines the industry’s top-rated detection and response (EDR and XDR), next-gen anti-virus (NGAV), and proactive threat hunting to deliver context-rich analysis of every element of a Malop (malicious operation). The result: defenders can end cyber attacks from endpoints to everywhere.