Guide to Anti Virus Replacement

What you need to know before replacing your current antivirus solution

Every year, thousands of attacks are successfully perpetrated against organizations of all sizes. Yet many of the victims had endpoint protection solutions in place. In fact, the adoption of antivirus (AV) is virtually universal, so why are so many attacks succeeding? In most cases, attackers expect their targets to be running some form of protection and have adapted their tools, techniques and procedures (TTPs) to evade detection. 

From sophisticated morphism and obfuscation of malware, to malicious usage of legitimate applications or simple credential theft, opportunities to bypass traditional protection abound. Conventional antivirus, which focuses primarily on detecting and preventing known malware, is ill-equipped to handle this new generation of rapidly evolving threats. Consequently, an increasing number of organizations are looking for solutions that can effectively handle these emerging challenges. However, with so many options and buzzwords and so much hype, finding the right solution is a daunting task.

CrowdStrike Guide to AV Replacements

CrowdStrike has written this guide to help security professionals who are considering replacing their current AV and/or endpoint protection solutions. The goal is to clarify and simplify the decision-making process by focusing on the critical information you need to make an informed decision. This guide analyzes the most important elements to consider when replacing a current solution, including how to plan for the replacement and how to choose the best solution for your organization. It then examines the unique advantages of CrowdStrike’s endpoint protection as a next-generation solution to replace your existing AV. 

Download AV Replacement Guide

Download the Guide to an AV Replacement by CrowdStrike and increase the security of your organisation. 

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