EDR (Endpoint Detection and Response) and Network Security are both critical components of a comprehensive cybersecurity strategy.
EDR is an important tool for detecting and responding to threats on endpoints such as laptops, desktops, and servers. It provides real-time monitoring of activity on endpoints and can detect anomalous behavior that may indicate a security incident. By quickly identifying and responding to threats, EDR can help to minimize the impact of an attack and prevent further spread of malware or other malicious activity.
Network Security, on the other hand, is focused on protecting the organization's network from unauthorized access, data breaches, and other security incidents. This includes implementing firewalls, intrusion prevention systems, and other technologies that can help to monitor and control network traffic, detect and prevent attacks, and protect against malware and other threats.
Both EDR and Network Security are important because they provide different layers of protection against cyber threats. EDR focuses on protecting individual endpoints, while Network Security protects the organization's overall network infrastructure. By working together, these two components can help to ensure that the organization is better protected against a wide range of cyber threats.