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Extend threat visibility down to the endpoint with a Managed EDR service

As key vulnerable points of entry to your organisation’s network, endpoints represent a significant security risk. But with traditional endpoint technologies ineffective at detecting the latest advanced threats, identifying and responding to endpoint-focussed attacks has never been more challenging.

Redscan’s Managed Endpoint Detection and Response service significantly enhances visibility of attacks targeting endpoint devices, supplying an experienced team of threat hunters, the latest EDR technology and up-to-the-minute threat intelligence to identify threats that other controls can miss.


What is endpoint security?

Endpoint security, also known as endpoint protection, refers to the protection of internet-connected devices such as PCs, workstations, servers and smartphones against cyber threats. Endpoints are vulnerable to a wide range of attack vectors, which means they are commonly targeted by criminals.


Endpoint Detection and Response

Antivirus software is a common solution used by organisations to identify and remove known security threats. Relying on traditional antivirus solutions can, however, leave organisations vulnerable to more sophisticated threats such as memory-resident malware.

Endpoint Detection and Response technologies help take endpoint security to the next level by enhancing threat visibility and coverage beyond the scope of traditional antivirus and network monitoring tools. On each host on which a sensor is installed, an EDR tool will capture important system events such as registry and file changes and use real-time behavioural monitoring to pinpoint suspicious activity.

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Managed EDR

How can a Managed EDR service from Redscan help?

Early detection of attacks targeting endpoints is vital, but without a team of security experts to leverage the power of the latest EDR technology and proactively hunt for threats 24/7, your organisation is unlikely to achieve the improvements in threat detection it seeks.

Redscan’s Managed Endpoint Security service eases the challenge of 24/7 endpoint monitoring, supplying the latest technology, an around-the-clock team of security operations centre experts and up-to-the-minute threat intelligence for a cost-effective monthly subscription.


Included as part of our service

Combining the best of machine intelligence and human cyberoffensive expertise, our Managed Endpoint Detection and Response service includes:

The latest EDR technology

An agnostic approach to technology means that we support a broad range of EDR technologies and will work with you to deploy a system that’s best tailored to your organisation’s threat detection needs.

Experienced security professionals

Our UK security operations centre (SOC) team of analysts, engineers and incident responders are responsible for the deployment, configuration and ongoing monitoring of your EDR solution. We’ll even host it for you in our datacentre.

CyberOps™ platform

CyberOps is the threat management platform our SOC experts use to notify your in-house security team of incidents and supply the actionable mitigation guidance they need to respond quickly and effectively.


Key service benefits

Our Managed EDR service supports your organisation’s security and business requirements by:

Enhancing threat coverage and visibility

Redscan’s EDR service uses the latest endpoint telemetry to enhance visibility and coverage of memory-resident malware, policy violations, command and control (C2) activity and other advanced attack techniques. Threat coverage can be benchmarked against MITRE ATT&CK.

Accelerating response to attacks

Our security experts provide the actionable mitigation guidance needed to respond to incidents and, when necessary, can leverage automated incident response playbooks to contain and disrupt attacks before they can escalate.

Supports proactive threat hunting

Our EDR experts use their knowledge of the latest tactics and techniques used by cybercriminals to create custom watchlists that help identify emerging threats that traditional endpoint solutions miss.

Eases the strain on in-house teams

By analysing, triaging and prioritising EDR alerts and only communicating those which genuinely require attention, Redscan’s SOC experts enable your in-house security team to focus on incident response and other aspects of security management.


Discover our other managed services

Managed EDR is just one of a number of high-quality services that Redscan offers. Learn more about our other services below or get in touch to discuss the best solution for your needs.

About us

Why choose Redscan?

  • A leading UK-based MDR company
  • Red and blue team CREST CSOC expertise
  • High-quality intelligence and actionable outcomes
  • Quick and hassle-free service deployment
  • An agnostic approach to technology selection
  • Avg. >9/10 customer satisfaction, 95% retention rate

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