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Fortinet Extends FortiEDR Capabilities with Focus on Automation, Integration and Professional Services

Fortinet today announced enhancements to the company’s FortiEDR solution, whose customer adoption has been growing exponentially. These include new MITRE ATT&CK tags for system activity, new managed detection and response (MDR) service options and the recently announced extended detection and response (XDR) capability. 

With the latest additions in FortiEDR , organizations of all sizes can now benefit from advanced endpoint protection with automated endpoint detection and response (EDR), including:

  • Cloud-native Endpoint Security: Helps secure workers’ computers on and off the network, providing visibility into and reduces the endpoint attack surface with a lightweight agent whose operation is transparent to users.
  • Integrated Endpoint Protection (EPP) with EDR: Not only does this approach prevent attacks pre- and post-execution, but can also detect threats that bypass the prevention layer and quickly respond to minimize business impact.
  • Managed detection and response (MDR) service: Delivers 24×7 threat monitoring, alert triage, remote response and environment tuning for additional expertise and insight.

Also read: Fortinet Announces AI-powered XDR for Fully Automated Threat Detection, Investigation, and Response

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