Endpoint Advanced Protection Buyer’s Guide: Detection and Response PoC Guide
Having waded through the extensive selection criteria for endpoint detection and response technologies, now you need to see what will work in your environment, which means a Proof of Concept (PoC) test. Shockingly, the reality of how a solution works in your environment may diverge a bit from a demo or even a lab test. Thus you need to test any solution — especially one costing potentially hundreds of thousands of dollars — in your environment to ensure it will deliver the effectiveness you need, and also that it fits your operational model and meets both security and compliance requirements.
This guide focuses on what you need to know and do to choose the best solution to prevent malware outbreaks in your organization. We’ll start with some philosophical perspectives on the PoC process.
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