Bitdefender in the news!

In collaboration with Microsoft…

Bitdefender has developed security agents for enterprises seeking additional threat protection for their Mac devices and Linux servers. The tight integration between Bitdefender’s award-winning GravityZone Cloud endpoint protection platform and Microsoft’s Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection (WDATP) solution enables Microsoft customers to detect, view, investigate, and respond to advanced cyber-attacks and data breaches on Mac OS and Linux-based endpoints within the WDATP Management Console. Read More Here

EDR for everyone…

“EDR is the worst form of endpoint security except all the other endpoint security approaches that have come before it.”

Can EDR replace all other endpoint security solutions before it? Definitely not. This is like using your elite swat team to fight street crime; not only is this expensive, it will also take the focus away from the real threats that needs the attention. Do we instead layer a pure play EDR on top of Big Antivirus, plus the anti-exploit tool and any other babelesque agents we’ve got on our endpoints? Follow the story here

November release of Patch Management…

Unpatched vulnerabilities are a frequently exploited attack vector—as evidenced by the WannaCry and Petya ransomware outbreaks, the Equifax breach and numerous other incidents. Consequently, GravityZone Patch Management module helps enterprises improve their security posture by expediently discovering and eliminating OS and application vulnerabilities in their Windows-based physical, virtual on-premises and cloud-based endpoints and servers.

As of this November release (Available 11/30), the Patch Management module supports Windows and Windows Server OS’s and is available with the on-premise version of the GravityZone console, while planning to make the patch management module available for the cloud version of GravityZone in Q1 of 2018.

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