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  • Magic Quadrant for Endpoint Protection Platforms

    Access this Gartner Magic Quadrant for Endpoint Protection Platforms (EPP) report to learn more about the top trends across EPP market and discover an unbiased, expert analysis of the top EPP vendors and offerings available.

  • Attack Simulation: Reverse the Adversary Advantage

    Today’s advanced cyberthreats are largely outpacing reactionary, alert-centric security approaches – but what is the most effective way to implement proactive security methods? Watch this webinar to find out.

  • Cybereason Video 2 – Live Attack Simulation

    Today’s attackers can carry out a persistent, stealthy network compromise. How does this happen, and what can you do to stop it? Access this webinar to get an interactive look at how today’s multi-stage attack campaigns operate and why a behavioral approach to detection is essential to stopping SUNBURST and broader malicious operations.

  • NSS Labs Product Rating Report

    NSS Labs Product Rating Reports are well-known for their independent expertise for evaluating various products based on their security capabilities, management capabilities and TCO. Read this report for an exclusive review of Cybereason’s endpoint protection offering.

  • Ransomware Decoded

    Today’s ransomware attacks have the potential to cause costly and long-term devastation. Read this Cybereason whitepaper for exclusive insight into the evolution of ransomware, the anatomy of a modern ransomware attack, and recommendations to better secure your organization.

  • Endpoint Protection

    NSS Labs Product Rating Reports are well-known for their independent expertise for evaluating various products based on their security capabilities, management capabilities and TCO. Read this report for an exclusive review of Cybereason’s endpoint protection offering.

  • Attack Simulation

    In this attack simulation, Cybereason security leaders provide a hands-on demonstration of a multi-stage attack in order to showcase the possible entry points for an attack and how to best prevent and defend against these threats – watch now to get started.

  • Ransomware Decoded

    Ransomware has reemerged, and ransom payments have shot up in tandem, with the average payout at $80,000 in Dec. 2019. In addition, it’s evolving to avoid detection, and with the advent of Ransonware-as-a-Service (RaaS), even non-technical users can create an attack. Stay vigilant, read this white paper to learn what modern ransomware looks like.

  • Cybereason EDR

    Endpoint detection & response (EDR) allows organizations to monitor their environments with force, so they can know when a threat is present and respond in seconds, rather than days. Plus, it correlates an attack across all endpoints to give a single view of an attack in real time. View this data sheet to get a closer look at key capabilities.

  • Complete Endpoint Protection

    In today’s fast-paced and increasingly distributed business environment, protecting the growing population of endpoints from cyberthreats has become increasingly challenging. In this data sheet, discover the key capabilities of Cybereason’s endpoint protection platform and see if it aligns with your endpoint security strategy.

  • Endpoint Protection Comparative Report

    NSS Labs conducted an evaluation of Endpoint Protection offerings – testing key capabilities and total cost of ownership. To see the summary of NSS Labs’ results, including an overall product rating, read the following report.

  • Endpoint Protection Product Rating Report

    Back at the beginning of 2020, NSS Labs conducted an independent evaluation of Cybereason’s Endpoint Protection offering – testing they key capabilities and total cost of ownership. To see the summary of NSS Labs’ results, including an overall product rating, read the following report.

  • Assessing the Economic Impact of Cybereason

    As the security threat landscape continues to grow in complexity, organizations are looking for the best solutions to protect their endpoints without overextending their already overworked security and IT teams. For help, read this Forrester report to get an in-depth look at key findings for the Cybereason Defense Platform.

  • Endpoint Controls

    In order to manage the modern cyberthreat landscape, organizations need security policies that ensure protection and compliance without impacting efficiency. This solution brief provides an overview of the key features of Cybereason Endpoint Security – read on to learn more.

  • Cybereason Mobile

    Mobile devices are now more popular for enterprise use and workplace productivity than desktops or laptops. With millions of malware threats for a growing variety of devices and OS’s alongside cloud and mobile-first apps, the risks are complex and expanding. Don’t get left behind, view this data sheet to learn how to keep mobile devices secure.

  • Seton Hall University Uncovers Ongoing Threats and Lowers Cost with Cybereason

    A prominent university on the east coast was not confident in its network’s visibility and protection. They searched for a powerful solution that could provide both the visibility they needed and strong detection through the use of a single agent. Read this case study to learn the details of Seton Hall’s choice of Cybereason for security.

  • Cybereason MDR Packages

    Detection and response are vital to any organization’s security. With managed detection and response (MDR), you can efficiently prevent data breaches, eliminate false positives, and because it’s managed, you can optimize security operations and reduce total cost of ownership. Dive into this data sheet to learn about MDR from Cybereason.

  • The Forrester Wave™: Enterprise Detection And Response, Q1 2020

    As the enterprise detection and response (EDR) space continues to evolve, security analytics will dictate which providers will lead the pack. In this Forrester Wave, find 12 different EDR providers that matter the most and how they stack up.

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