Network Detection and Response (NDR) enables organizations to monitor network traffic for malicious actors and suspicious behavior, as well as react and respond to the detection of cyber threats to the network.
Why Does Your Company Need NDR?
As companies of all sizes expand their IT infrastructures to foster innovation, expand into new markets and regions, and improve user experience, they are coming to the realization that the security solutions of before are unable to keep up with the challenges of today’s business environment.
A growing number of businesses are turning to network detection and response (NDR) solutions as a supplement to, or perhaps a replacement for, conventional security precautions.
Even while log analysis tools (SIEM) and endpoint detection and response (EDR) have already been widely adopted, and with good cause, a lot of companies still have a blind spot somewhere in their network.
The use of NDR technology does not serve to deter potentially hazardous behavior. Instead, it aims to put an end to any objectionable behavior that is currently being carried out before it has the chance to do any damage. NDR stands out in comparison to EDR owing to the fact that it does not need the