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Jan 11, 2023

Cranston IT adds SentinelOne and Huntress Cybersecurity Tools

In today's landscape of ever-evolving cyber threats, safeguarding against sophisticated attacks has become a paramount concern, particularly for Small and Medium-sized Businesses (SMBs). Recognizing the gravity of this challenge, Cranston IT has taken proactive measures by integrating two cutting-edge solutions, SentinelOne and Huntress, aimed at fortifying Windows and Linux devices. These solutions, categorized as Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) software, stand at the forefront of defense, going beyond conventional antivirus tools by actively monitoring for and responding to suspicious activities on servers, desktops and laptops.

The significance of these tools cannot be overstated, especially as the modern workforce operates in diverse locations with varying levels of network security. Accenture's statistics paint a stark reality: 43% of cyberattacks target SMBs, yet a mere 14% of SMBs feel adequately equipped to thwart these pervasive cyber threats. Malicious actors are leveraging advanced technologies, including Artificial Intelligence, to exploit vulnerabilities and gain unauthorized access to devices.

EDR software operates proactively by scrutinizing endpoint and network behaviors, promptly identifying anomalies that could signal a security breach. This deeper level of surveillance affords real-time insights into device activities, allowing for immediate response and mitigation when a threat is detected. Subsequently, cybersecurity analysts can leverage comprehensive analytics to dissect incidents and ascertain if any malicious activities transpired.

At Cranston IT, our commitment to fortifying our clients' cybersecurity posture is unwavering. We continuously assess and upgrade our technological arsenal to stay ahead of emerging threats. Additionally, our team undergoes regular training to remain abreast of the dynamic landscape of cybersecurity. Given the anticipated surge in cyber complexities, Cranston IT stands ready to partner with your business in maintaining a secure and resilient environment.