ESET PROTECT Enterprise
ESET is a market-leading provider of lightweight, highly effective cybersecurity solutions designed to protect both consumers and enterprises against today’s most prevalent known and zero-day threats.
ESET PROTECT Enterprise is their extended detection and response (XDR) platform, which combines endpoint security, full disk encryption, file server security, proactive threat detection, and facilitated response to enable businesses of all sizes to efficiently prevent, identify, and remediate threats in their digital environments.
ESET PROTECT Enterprise leverages machine learning algorithms, adaptive scanning, and behavioral analysis, alongside cloud-based behavioral analysis to identify and remediate zero-day threats in real time. Admins can then leverage root-cause analysis and system visibility insights from ESET Inspect to respond immediately to threats. Live response options include one-click isolations, as well as a full suite of Powershell remediation options, with risk scoring to help prioritize threats.
As well as identifying and remediating threats, ESET PROTECT Enterprise features robust endpoint security tools, such as mobile device management, brute force protection, ransomware shield, and cloud-based sandboxing technologies to help block sophisticated endpoint attacks. The platform also offers full disk encryption capabilities for Windows and Mac OS devices to help protect corporate data in the event of an attack and ensure compliance with data protection regulations.
ESET PROTECT Enterprise offers on-prem and cloud deployments and integrates easily with other security tools such as SIEM, SOAR, and ticketing tools via a public API, making it relatively quick to deploy and easy to manage. Existing users praise the solution for its friendly interface and powerful forensic analysis capabilities, as well as its ability to adjust alert sensitivity automatically to reduce false positives.
We recommend ESET PROTECT Enterprise as a strong solution for mid-sized to larger organizations looking to protect their endpoints and extended network against known and zero-day threats.