A multi-signal approach is paramount to protecting an organisation’s complete attack surface

Exhibiting for the first time at Channel Live, eSentire will be showcasing why it’s an authority in managed detection and response.

eSentire believes a multi-signal approach is paramount to protecting an organisation’s complete attack surface. eSentire’s MDR means multi-signal telemetry and complete response. Whether your environment is in the cloud, on-premises or somewhere in between, eSentire has the visibility to see what other MDR providers miss.
At Channel Live, the eSentire team will demonstrate how it's multi-signal approach ingests high-fidelity data sources from endpoint, network, log, cloud, insider threat, assets, and vulnerability data that enables complete attack surface visibility.

Automated blocking capabilities from the eSentire Atlas XDR Cloud Platform prevent attackers from gaining an initial foothold while our expert Elite Threat Hunters can initiate human-led investigation and containment at multiple levels of the attack surface. Through the use of host isolation, malicious network communication disruption, account-based suspensions and other measures, eSentire can stop the attacker at any level.
Ross Goodburn, eSentire’s Channel Development Manager comments, “I am delighted to be exhibiting for the first time at Channel Live, especially as it’s in-person, which we’ve all missed! We are in the process of building our partner channel as this is our route to market in EMEA, so exhibiting at Channel Live is an ideal way of meeting the right audience to continue that growth. I am looking to talk to IT VARs, MSPs, MSSPS, and distributors who want to add a world-leading managed detection response service and incident response retainer service to their portfolio. The whole eSentire channel team can’t wait to welcome the Channel Live attendees to our stand."

Taking place over 30-31 March 2022 at the NEC, Birmingham, free visitor registration is open, click here to register.