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The Rebirth Of Endpoint Security
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3/11/2016 | 6:08:55 PM
Reference to reports cited
Where can I find reference(s) to the report(s) from which the data is cited? I followed some of the links, but couldn't locate any reference.

 

 
AdamF018
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11/6/2015 | 12:35:22 PM
Intel Security's New Strategy and EDR Update
Kelly,

Great article! Keep an eye out for how Intel Security's new strategy around the "Threat Defense Life Cycle" (protect/detect/correct) will be the model to truly give our customers a fighting chance against targeted sophisticated attacks. McAfee Active Response is the EDR technology being released here in Q4 from Intel Security which is a vital piece of the detect/correct piece of the equation. Please reach out for more information to keep readers informed.

 

 

Cheers,

Adam Faeder
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10/22/2015 | 3:10:52 PM
EDR Market Sizing
Gartner's estimate of # of endpoints with EDR (250k) is at least 1 order of magnitude low. 


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