What is EDR and is it failing?

What is EDR and is it failing?

Migo Kedem, Senior Director, Products and Marketing at SentinelOne, talks about what EDR is, what problems it was created to solve and whether it's achieved this. 

The term EDR – Endpoint Detection and Response – only entered the vocabulary of computer security a few years ago and still causes some confusion among customers entering into the crowded field of enterprise security solutions.
What, exactly, is EDR? How is it different from legacy AV and EPP (Endpoint Protection Platforms)? And how and why did it come into existence? Has EDR really solved the problems it was designed to address? In this article, we explain the past, present and future of EDR.
Also of interest: Understanding the MITRE ATT&CK Matrix

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