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Carbon Black Cb Defense

Verdict: For a mix of threat analysis and incident response – where the core of the alert is malware-based – this one demands your attention. The Carbon Black experience is obvious.

Comodo Advanced Endpoint Protection

Verdict: This is a strong product under the covers but with a few warts for users. None of those are show-stoppers, though, and you would do well to take a close look at it.

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CrowdStrike Falcon

Verdict: This is a very sophisticated but rather specialized tool for the endpoint. If you are a large organization or one with high-value information assets, this is well worth your time. For what it does, we know of no better tool available. We make this our cloud-based Recommended product.

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Cylance CylancePROTECT with CylanceOPTICS

Verdict: If you are using CylancePROTECT this is a no-brainer. If you are not, it’s a good reason to consider it. Because CylancePROTECT is one of our SC Lab Approved products, it already has our highest rating, but we are naming the OPTICS add-on Recommended for the value that it adds ...

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2017 Cybersecurity Report Card

Cybersecurity is evolving at a rapid pace, with security teams working hard to stay on top of the learning curve. Download this survey report to better understand the current state...

Advanced Endpoint Protection: Strategic Guidance

Replacing traditional AV with AEP may not be the best decision for every organization. Determining how to implement AEP can be challenging - this guide provides analysis on category...

SC Media eBook on Ransomware

Ransomware attacks are profitable and effective for the attackers. What's to stop them from continuing with these types of breaches? This ebook looks at why these attacks have become...

Escaping the Malware Maze

How can the enterprise survive the daily onslaught of viruses and malware while building a long-term cyberdefense strategy to handle even bigger threats?