PROTECT YOUR BUSINESS
FROM DATA BREACHES

When under a cyber attack, speed is of the essence.
Watch the video to find out how the right combination of human expertise and technology can give you a noticeable edge over the attackers.

GARTNER’S 2018 EDR
MARKET GUIDE

Endpoint detection and response (EDR) solutions are crucial for fighting against advanced cyber attacks. Download this Gartner report to find out how to take advantage of EDR within your own organization.

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What is your company’s
weakest link in cyber security?

Click the option you think is correct.

Employees

Out-of-date software

Poor antivirus

People make mistakes. Even with the best antivirus protection, you may be exposed to a cyber-attack by clicking on the wrong link. That’s why attack prevention is only half the story; organizations need to be able to detect attacks and have an effective recovery plan.

INADVERTENT INSIDERS WERE RESPONSIBLE FOR MORE THAN 2/3 OF TOTAL RECORDS COMPROMISED IN 2017.

IBM X-Force Threat Intelligence Index 2018
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Can you spot
a malicious email?

Click the email you think is malicious.
Today

Mark Lamontagne <marklamontagne@electrobutton.com>

A letter from the CEO

Dear employees, most of you have already heard about ...

Today

Lisa Couri <lisa.couri@gmail.com>

Here’s the file I promised

Hi there! Apologies for the delay. BR, Lisa

Today

Customer service <rob567lipton@ma1l.com>

Urgent: password expiring

Dear user, please follow this link to update your password

It can be difficult to spot phishing emails because many of them are skillfully crafted with a personalized message. The most harmful attacks today are often behavior-based, fileless attacks. Fileless malware does not install anything on your computer, leaving no traces to be found.

77% OF SUCCESSFUL ATTACKS IN 2017 UTILIZED FILELESS MALWARE OR EXPLOITS.

Ponemon Institute for Barkly , The 2017 State of Endpoint Security Risk Report
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What should you do
when you realize you’ve
clicked on a malicious link?

Click the option you think is correct.

Hit the power button

Destroy your computer

Turn off the network connection

Closing or harming your computer will only destroy the evidence. Stay calm and block the hackers’ access by turning off the network connection. Contact your IT department or external experts to make sure proper steps are taken to mitigate the threat.

56% of IT decision makers identify targeted phishing attacks as their biggest cyber security threat

Vanson Bourne for CyberArk, Global Advanced Threat Landscape Report 2018
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Can you identify real threats among these
data events?

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Without proper visibility, detecting attackers' movements is extremely difficult and threats can go unnoticed for a long time. Take advantage of the combined power of man and machine to actively monitor your IT environment, and place threat detections into a broader context.

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A MID-SIZED ORGANIZATION LOGS OVER ONE BILLION EVENTS EVERY MONTH. ONLY ABOUT 10 DETECTIONS REQUIRE ACTIONS.

F-Secure 2018, Detecting Targeted Attacks with Broad Context Detection™
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Analyze the threats by clicking them - before
it’s too late

Be quick! Time is of the essence when it comes to detecting attacks. The longer an incident goes undetected, the higher the costs and the bigger the damage.

The large volume of alerts is impossible for humans to analyze. You need to combine human expertise with machine learning.

191 DAYS IS THE AVERAGE TIME IT TAKES FOR ORGANIZATIONS TO IDENTIFY A DATA BREACH.

Ponemon Institute for IBM Security, 2017 Cost of Data Breach Study
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Your company has been breached. Who do you call first?

Click the option you think is correct.

The police

Your security partner

PR agency

Your IT guy’s hacker friend

It doesn't matter whether you handle breaches internally or outsource incident response to partners - you just need to have a plan in place. Although responding to breaches requires a lot of expertise, a good detection and response solution can guide your actions.

77% OF ORGANIZATIONS DO NOT HAVE A FORMAL CYBER SECURITY INCIDENT RESPONSE PLAN.

Ponemon Institute 2018 for IBM Resilient, The Third Annual Study on the Cyber Resilient Organization

DON'T GET SWINDLED

Cyber security is not a guessing game, but a real-life threat. Even small cyber security mistakes may end up costing you a pretty penny. Improve your cyber resilience and keep your business’s most valuable assets safe.

Luckily, you don’t have to do this alone. Endpoint detection and response (EDR) solutions can help you detect advanced threats and fight even the most skilled cyber attackers. We are confident you can use Gartner’s 2018 Market Guide for Endpoint Detection and Response Solutions to determine how to take advantage of EDR within your own organization.

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DON'T GET SWINDLED

Cyber security is not a guessing game, but a real-life threat. Even small cyber security mistakes may end up costing you a pretty penny. Improve your cyber resilience and keep your business’s most valuable assets safe.

Luckily, you don’t have to do this alone. Endpoint detection and response (EDR) solutions can help you detect advanced threats and fight even the most skilled cyber attackers. We are confident you can use Gartner’s 2018 Market Guide for Endpoint Detection and Response Solutions to determine how to take advantage of EDR within your own organization.

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YOU’RE ALMOST THERE

You did a good job spotting threats and protecting your company’s most valuable assets. However, the attackers will always try and be one step ahead of you, so don’t let your guard down. Unfortunately, even small cyber security mistakes may end up costing you a pretty penny.

Luckily, you don’t have to do this alone. Endpoint detection and response (EDR) solutions can help you detect advanced threats and fight even the most skilled cyber attackers. We are confident you can use Gartner’s 2018 Market Guide for Endpoint Detection and Response Solutions to determine how to take advantage of EDR within your own organization.

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NOTHING GETS PAST YOU

You did great at spotting cyber threats and protecting your company’s most valuable assets. The hackers lost this round. However, the attackers will always try and be one step ahead of you, so don’t let your guard down. Even small cyber security mistakes may end up costing you a pretty penny.

Luckily, you don’t have to do this alone. Endpoint detection and response (EDR) solutions can help you detect advanced threats and fight even the most skilled cyber attackers. We are confident you can use Gartner’s 2018 Market Guide for Endpoint Detection and Response Solutions to determine how to take advantage of EDR within your own organization.

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GARTNER’S 2018 MARKET GUIDE FOR ENDPOINT DETECTION & RESPONSE SOLUTIONS

According to Gartner: “Security and risk management leaders need endpoint detection and response tools to enable their security operations teams to discover more evasive threats and efficiently resolve security alerts.”

Your organization - no matter its size or industry - is more likely than ever to fall victim to an advanced cyber attack. Endpoint detection and response (EDR) solutions are crucial for fighting against these targeted threats that often bypass traditional protective layers.

We are confident you can use Gartner’s 2018 Market Guide for Endpoint Detection and Response Solutions to determine how to take advantage of EDR within your own organization.

At F-Secure, we believe that this report outlines:

  • What are the benefits of EDR solutions
  • How EDR augments endpoint protection products
  • How the EDR market looks like today
  • How to find the right EDR provider for your organization

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Gartner, Market Guide for Endpoint Detection and Response Solutions, Peter Firstbrook, 26 November 2018.

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STAY ONE STEP AHEAD OF THE CRIMINAL MIND

Although traditional cyber security solutions are essential in preventing most attacks, they simply cannot catch advanced breach techniques on their own. Fileless malware, zero-day exploits and targeted phishing attacks are recognized as "advanced" precisely because of their ability to slip past most security products.

Endpoint detection and response (EDR) uses a combination of human expertise and technology to detect even the stealthiest intruders based on suspicious behavior, instead of obvious signs of malicious activity. This allows you to stay one step ahead of the criminals and stop cyber attacks before they have a chance to hurt your business.

We believe EDR gives you:

  • Proactive protection against cyber threats
  • Significant savings in your security budget
  • More concrete IT risk management
  • Secure customer data
  • Better compliance with regulations like the GDPR
  • A protected brand image and reputation

Interested in diving deeper? We are confident you can use Gartner’s 2018 Market Guide for Endpoint Detection and Response Solutions to determine how to take advantage of EDR within your own organization.

68% OF BREACHES TOOK MONTHS OR LONGER TO DISCOVER.

Verizon 2018 Data Breach Investigations Report

77% OF SUCCESSFUL ATTACKS IN 2017 UTILIZED FILELESS MALWARE OR EXPLOITS.

Ponemon Institute for Barkly , The 2017 State of Endpoint Security Risk Report