Can we dream of a fully automated XDR Platform? Yes, we can! XDR platforms are our response to the increasing sophistication of the tools and tactics cyber attackers use, that render anti-virus programs and other traditional cybersecurity solutions helpless. XDR makes a case for a more holistic cybersecurity approach that
For about thirty years, security was limited to a few elementary axes, relatively simple but effective in the fight against standard everyday threats. From a symbolic point of view, after the summer of 2003 and the MSBlast worm that contaminated millions of Microsoft operating systems, we will remember the arrival in Windows of three security options that were really highlighted: update your system, get a firewall, and get an running antivirus.
This model has emerged as the “dominant design” of cyber security: a firewall and a few tools for the periphery, an antivirus and a few options on the inside. The Internet has become populated with networks in “crunchy” mode, i.e. “hard” on the shell (perimeter security) and “soft” inside, not to mention the interconnection of all systems: telephones, connected objects, etc. The Internet has also become a “crunchy” network. A technological debt of cybersecurity exists, and all TEHTRIS technologies are there precisely to be able to fight and help at protecting assets efficiently.
TEHTRIS EDR is one of the pioneers and creators of the EDR wave of the future, the one that aims to be able to install thousands of EDR agents in less than 24 hours, the one that is able to detect stealthy espionage operations without weapons or malware, the one that knows the techniques used by hackers and that builds the answers in advance.
TEHTRIS EDR is a solution provided in SaaS mode, via the Cloud, with a desire to anticipate, prevent, detect and react at the cybersecurity level. We believe in the convergence of these technologies, EDR and EPP, for a common and calculated mission of endpoint protection, with technical functions that combine. TEHTRIS EDR is also part of a logical transformation, by also proposing a TEHTRIS EPP agent, recognizing the interest in not multiplying the technological layers: installation, configuration, maintenance, consistency in the logs, etc.