EDR without complexity
3 modes of endpoint isolation
Real remediation and Ransomware Rollback
Malwarebytes Endpoint Protection & Response integrates Multi-Vector Protection with detection and response capabilities via a single agent. It provides visibility, reduces dwell-time of zero-day threats, and offers remediation options beyond alerts. Endpoint Protection & Response eliminates EDR complexity with intuitive endpoint monitoring, detection, and remediation.
Prevents access to command and control (C&C) servers and malicious websites.
Reduces the vulnerability surface, making the endpoints more resilient. Proactively detects fingerprinting attempts made by advanced exploit attacks.
Proactively detects and blocks attempts to compromise application vulnerabilities and remotely execute code on the endpoint.
Ensures applications behave as intended, preventing them from being leveraged to infect endpoints.
Identifies entire families of known malware by using a combination of heuristic and behavioral rules.
Proactively identifies unknown viruses and malware based on anomalous features from known good files.
Detects and blocks ransomware from encrypting files using signature-less behavioral monitoring technology.
Proprietary, signature-less remediation technology that identifies and thoroughly removes all threat artifacts associated with the primary threat payload.
Visibility into endpoints for continuous behavioral analysis and forensics. Reduces the dwell-time of zero-day threats. Provides response options beyond alerts.
Malwarebytes Multi-Vector Protection (MVP) uses a seven layered approach, including both static and dynamic detection techniques, to protect against all stages of an attack.
Continuous monitoring and visibility into Windows desktops for powerful insights. Easily track file system activity, network activity, process activity, and registry activity.
Fast remediation prevents lateral movement. Malware is stopped from phoning home and remote attackers are locked-out. Safely keeps the system online for detailed analysis.
Every change made by a process is recorded. If a process does 'bad' things you can easily roll back those changes to restore files that were encrypted, deleted, or modified.