May 6, 2021 | 2 minute read
The Cybereason team is excited to announce that Gartner has named Cybereason a Visionary in the 2021 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Endpoint Protection Platforms. This is Cybereason’s first recognition in this influential industry report, and we believe our placement in the Visionary Quadrant is because of the value and future-readiness of the Cybereason Defense Platform and the superior endpoint protection (EPP) and extended detection and response (XDR) functionality that it delivers.
As the only vendor named for the first time in this year’s Magic Quadrant for EPP, Cybereason has been named for its Ability to Execute and Completeness of Vision. In fact, Cybereason has been positioned furthest to the right in the Visionary Quadrant for its Completeness of Vision which in our opinion is due to Cybereason disrupting the endpoint space. Gartner defines Completeness of Vision as, “a reflection of the vendor’s innovation, whether the vendor drives or follows the market, and if the vendor’s view of how the market will develop matches Gartner’s perspective”.
This recognition as a Visionary and assessment of our Completeness of Vision encourages us that our focus of building offerings that are always future-ready is being recognized by the marketplace. The Cybereason Defense Platform takes a unique multi-layered detection and prevention approach to uncover even the most cutting-edge attacker tools and techniques to end cyber attacks in their earliest stages before they can become a breach.
The Cybereason Advantage
Defenders must be able to quickly identify and respond to malicious operations with surgical precision, and more swiftly than attackers can adjust their tactics. The Cybereason operation-centric approach allows defenders to instantly understand the entire attack narrative from root cause based on the most subtle indicators of behavior (IOBs).
Key items that in our opinion set the Cybereason Defense Platform apart from other cybersecurity offerings include:
Cybereason: A Disruptive Force in Endpoint Prevention
This recognition by Gartner is just the latest in a string of third-party recognitions that we believe attests to the power of our platform, and follows closely our rapid ascent to the top of the EPP and XDR space.
Cybereason will continue to disrupt the industry with a proactive approach that gives defenders the upper hand through unmatched visibility across the network, the cloud and all impacted devices and users. Cybereason started with endpoint detection and response, but we have a bigger objective: to empower defenders and reverse the adversary advantage.
You can download a complimentary copy of the Gartner EPP Magic Quadrant here. In the meantime you can talk to a Cybereason Defender to learn more about our innovative solutions, or schedule a demo today to learn how your organization can benefit from an operation-centric approach to security.
Gartner, Magic Quadrant for Endpoint Protection Platforms, Paul Webber, Peter Firstbrook, Rob Smith, Mark Harris, Prateek Bhajanka, 5 May 2021
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Meg O’Leary, Chief Marketing Officer, has more than 15 years of experience in communications and marketing roles both on the corporate and agency sides. Meg co-founded InkHouse, one of the largest independent public relations agencies in the country. In addition, Meg served in various marketing, communications, and product management roles at RSA Security and also held key marketing positions at Capsule8, Charles River Ventures (CRV) and Novera Software (now IBM).All Posts by Meg O'Leary