The Endpoint security industry today is still predominantly split by two classes of products, EPP and EDR. 'EPP (Endpoint Protection Platform) covers traditional anti-malware scanning, whereas EDR (Endpoint Detection and Response) covers some more advanced capabilities like detecting and investigating security incidents, and ability to remediate endpoints to pre-infection state. It is obvious to security practitioners that both EPP and EDR capabilities are required for complete endpoint security. As a result, the market is moving to a unified, more complete solution, which is Next Generation Endpoint Security. Join us as we talk about some of the key elements in both EPP and EDR, and how Next Generation Endpoint Security helps to bring you the best of both worlds, all while reducing complexity.