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Product Lab Registration

Endpoint Detections Unveiled

This month’s Product Lab is a must-attend session as we dive into endpoint detention. Detecting and responding to threats on the endpoint is a huge part of what we do at Huntress and is a key component of everyone’s cybersecurity strategy. In this session, we go beyond the surface to explore the depths of how Huntress detects threats on the endpoint.  

Discover the 'why' behind our endpoint protection features, gain insights into our detection types, and chart the course for where we might head next.

Here’s what you’ll learn:

  • An overview of our detection types
  • Which threats our SOC sees as the most pertinent, and why they matter
  • What detection sources catch the most shady activity
  • Examples of endpoint threats we have stopped in the wild
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“During the trial process, we made enough money to pay for Huntress for three months—it paid for itself within two days. We’ve worked closely with a lot of the different teams from Huntress, and everybody’s awesome! They’re probably our favorite vendor to work with.”

Keenan Cline, CTO

Lightbulb Networks

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"We pushed Huntress out to four different clients. What we found was that one site was clean, two sites had remnants, and one site had a RAT. That was eye-opening to us, and we knew we needed to install this for every one of our clients."

Charles Henson, Owner

Nashville Computer

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“We rolled out Huntress to our entire base of 90+ customers over the course of 30 days at the beginning of the pandemic. We wanted to ensure that every endpoint was protected as the work-from-anywhere model became dominant. Today, we can rest assured knowing that the Huntress team plays a vital role in our cybersecurity stack.”

Frank M. Debenedetto

Two River Technology Group

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