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Managed Endpoint Detection & Response

Advanced endpoint detection and protection combined with SOC-based response and remediation services.

ECR Fortify Endpoint incorporates endpoint detection and response (EDR) technology with patented threat identification and remediation technology. Quickly protect desktop and server environments for Windows, Mac, and Linux operating systems as well as virtualized servers in AWS, VMWare, Citrix, VirtualBox, and Hyper-V environments.

Managed 24x7x365 by a Security Operation Center (SOC) using the SentinelOne Agent, fully managed and staffed by an A-Team of Security Experts.

On-demand security operations

Cyberattackers target SMBs leveraging the same tactics as the big enterprise firms. ECR Fortify Endpoint provides a SOC that scales the protection with your business enabling you to focus on growing your business while ConnectWise provides the staff to drive remediation of threats.

Always-on threat coverage

With a single agent, detect all known and unknown threats leveraging the latest behavioral-based technology, regardless of where your endpoints are deployed (office, home, airport, café, hotel, etc.).

Next-gen threat detection and remediation

ECR Fortify incorporates Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) technology with patented threat identification and remediation technology. Quickly protect desktop and server environments for Windows, Mac, and Linux operating systems as well as virtualized servers in AWS, VMWare, Citrix, VirtualBox, and Hyper-V environments.

Features of ECR Fortify Endpoint

Protection – Deliver complete endpoint protection and monitoring. Out static artificial intelligence (AI) prevents attacks before they start by monitoring and analyzing client IT environments.

Threat detection – Behavioral AI constantly monitors and maps each running process for incongruous behaviors and recognizes many thousands of virus and malware attack variants, including cryptomining attacks, as well as the root causes of these malicious behaviors by quickly identifying and diagnosing corrupt source processes and system settings.

Response and remediation – When malicious behavior is detected, ECR Fortify Endpoint will activate remediation steps including scrubbing the system of any remnant of an attack, such as malicious processes or registry keys, and performing system rollback, if required, to restore system and data access.

Managed detection and response (MDR) provided your way – Implement advanced operations without the need for in-house security expertise. With ECR Fortify Endpoint, partners can deliver managed detection and response capabilities through the lens of the endpoint.

Next-generation endpoint security – ECR Fortify Endpoint provides unique malware detection and remediation technology. This solution incorporates innovative prevention technology, providing visibility into the root causes and origins of the threat, reversing the malicious operations of ransomware and remediating them at an agile speed, when needed.


EDR, or Endpoint Detection and Response, is a modern replacement for Antivirus security suites. For decades, organizations and businesses have invested in Antivirus suites in the hope of solving the challenges of enterprise security. But as the sophistication and prevalence of malware threats have grown over the last ten years, so the shortcomings of what is now referred to as “legacy” Antivirus have become all too apparent.

What Makes EDR Different from Antivirus?

In order to adequately protect your business or organization against threats, it is important to understand the difference between EDR and traditional or “legacy” Antivirus. These two approaches to security are fundamentally different, and only one is appropriate for dealing with modern threats.

Features of Antivirus

Back in the days when the number of new malware threats per day could comfortably be counted in a spreadsheet document, Antivirus offered enterprises a means of blocking known malware by examining – or scanning – files as they were written to disk on a computer device. If the file was ‘known’ to the AV scanner’s database of malicious files, the software would prevent the malware file from executing.

The traditional Antivirus database consists of a set of signatures. These signatures may contain hashes of a malware file and/or rules that contain a set of characteristics the file must match. Such characteristics typically include things like human-readable strings or sequences of bytes found inside the malware executable, file type, file size, and other kinds of file metadata.

Some antivirus engines can also perform primitive heuristic analysis on running processes and check the integrity of important system files. These “after-the-fact” or post-infection checks were added to many AV products after the flood of new malware samples on a daily basis began to outstrip AV vendors’ ability to keep their databases up-to-date.

In light of growing threats and the declining efficacy of the Antivirus approach, some legacy vendors have tried to supplement Antivirus with other services such as firewall control, data encryption, process allow and blocklists, and other AV “suite” tools. Generically known as “EPP” or Endpoint Protection Platforms, such solutions remain at heart-based on a signature-approach.

Features of EDR

While the focus of all AV solutions is on the (potentially malicious) files that are being introduced to the system, an EDR, in contrast, focuses on collecting data from the endpoint and examining that data for malicious or anomalous patterns in real-time. As the name implies, the idea of an EDR system is to detect an infection and initiate a response. The faster an EDR can do this without human intervention, the more effective it will be.

A good EDR will also include capabilities to block malicious files, but importantly EDRs recognize that not all modern attacks are file-based. Moreover, proactive EDRs offer security teams critical features not found in Antivirus, including automated response and deep visibility into what file modifications, process creations and network connections have occurred on the endpoint: vital for threat hunting, incident response and digital forensics.



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