Security vendors let loose their first salvo of product news today at the 2018 RSA Conference, which is currently underway in San Francisco. Here’s a look at some of the biggest announcements.
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ESET pulled the wraps off three new solutions today, including the company’s first endpoint detection and response (EDR) system. Called ESET Enterprise Inspector and designed to guard against file-less attacks and other exploits that can elude signature-based defenses, the system integrates with the vendor’s traditional endpoint security solution.
ESET’s Dynamic Threat Defense, also announced today, is an off-premises sandboxing solution that employs machine learning and behavior-based detection techniques to identify zero-day attacks before they make their way onto the network.
Finally, ESET introduced Security Management Center, a cross-solution administration interface that replaces the company’s Remote Administrator tool.
“We traveled around the world to talk to enterprise IT security specialists, to hear what their needs were,” said ESET CTO Juraj Malcho in a media statement. “What we found is that they needed a single console that allowed for visibility into all stages of threat interception: prediction, prevention, detection and remediation. So that is what we made.
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