Did you know that traditional network security approaches are unable to defend against many encrypted cyberattacks? In order to increase the overall security of online networks, many organizations are implementing Network Detection and Response (NDR) Systems. These systems are quick to implement, easy to use, and most importantly, very effective in defending networks. 

NDR systems work by monitoring network traffic across the entire network, detecting threats from all sides to avoid any breaches. If there is a network breach, the system provides real-time alerts to response teams, allowing for solutions to be found much faster than with legacy tools. NDR systems can also attribute any malicious behavior to a specific IP address to track any future potential attacks.

IT teams prefer using NDR systems because they allow their tasks to be more automated and streamlined. With these systems providing real-time alerts and updating support teams on potential threats, IT teams are able to prioritize other tasks. This allows them to get more done during the day while remaining confident that the security of the network is safe.

Organizations are utilizing NDR systems over traditional security approaches due to their higher rates of success in protecting online networks. To learn more about how these systems work, and how to implement them to best protect your own network, take a look at the infographic below:

What is Network Detection & Response?
Source: Live Action