Cybereason Endpoint Detection & Response Previous Solutions

Anonymous
Technical Consultant at Revel Tech Security Sdn Bhd
We have used normal branded AV, which does not seem to be effective nowadays. Adding products to make up for what is lacking can be costly and it will also affect the performance of the endpoint, adding more resources and also time to do an investigation manually. Ultimately, this will affect productivity. As Cybereason, it is built as NGAV plus EDR, meaning that it is a multi-functional solution that addresses the effectiveness of countermeasures for any cyber attacks. It is an ever-evolving process. View full review »
reviewer821649
Global IT Project Manager at a manufacturing company with 10,001+ employees
For antivirus projects, we were using Windows Defender and Skype for previous platforms such as Windows 7. Now, we are still using Windows Defender. For additional features or features that are redundant with Defender, we are using Cybereason. View full review »
Security01c2
Security Specialist at a tech services company with 201-500 employees
I previously used CylancePROTECT. In comparison, Cybereason is new, and has a couple of things which are not good. However, it detects false positives in the end and gives all of the information in a clear response. Its functionality is impressive. View full review »
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