Positioned as a Leader for the 12th Consecutive Time

OXFORD, U.K.  — mai 10, 2021 —

Sophos, a global leader in next-generation cybersecurity, today announced that it has once again been named a Leader in the 2021 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Endpoint Protection Platforms (EPP). This is the 12th consecutive time that Sophos is positioned as a Leader in this report.

Sophos delivers the industry’s most sophisticated endpoint security offerings to protect against the widest range of threats – including never-before-seen ransomware and other malware, unknown exploit variants and stealthy attacks. Sophos recently launched Sophos XDR, significantly advancing its endpoint portfolio. Sophos XDR is the industry’s only extended detection and response (XDR) solution that synchronizes native endpoint, server, firewall, and email security. Sophos XDR provides a holistic view of an organization’s environment with the richest data set and deep analysis for threat detection, investigation and response.

“Today’s remote working environments are ripe for attack, and cybercriminals are using new maneuvers to evade detection. Evidenced in the State of Ransomware 2021 report, the stakes have never been higher with ransomware recovery costs more than doubling in the past year,” said Dan Schiappa, chief product officer at Sophos. “These are very real threats to business of all sizes, and these attacks have potential to destroy businesses. The only way to keep pace is to future-proof security with layered proactive and predictive defenses. Sophos is constantly innovating its next-generation cybersecurity solutions, enabling organizations to secure every network endpoint and to stay ahead of the evolving threat landscape. Innovation is in our DNA, and it’s how we’ve not only maintained, but strengthened our endpoint protection leadership position throughout the last 12 years.”

Sophos’ flagship endpoint solution – Sophos Intercept X, now with XDR – provides multiple layers of security with deep learning malware detection, exploit and fileless attack prevention, active adversary protection, anti-ransomware technology, and more. It’s easily managed in the cloud-based Sophos Central platform.

Sophos’ best-in-class endpoint protection also includes Sophos Managed Threat Response (MTR), one of the industry’s most widely used fully-managed threat hunting, detection and response services. Sophos MTR fuses machine learning with expert analysis for improved threat detection, deeper investigation of alerts and targeted actions to eliminate threats, and stands apart with its ability to proactively take action on an organization’s behalf to mitigate threats in real time.

Download a complimentary copy of the 2021 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Endpoint Protection Platforms.

À propos de Sophos

Sophos est un leader mondial et un innovateur dans le domaine des solutions de cybersécurité avancées, qui comprend des services managés de détection et réponse (MDR) et de réponse aux incidents, ainsi qu’un vaste portefeuille de technologies de sécurité qui protègent les systèmes endpoint, les réseaux, les messageries et le Cloud contre les cyberattaques. Sophos est l’un des plus grands fournisseurs de cybersécurité et protège aujourd’hui plus de 500 000 entreprises et plus de 100 millions d’utilisateurs dans le monde contre les adversaires actifs, les ransomwares, le phishing, les malwares, etc. Les services et produits de Sophos sont connectés à travers sa console d’administration Sophos Central basée dans le Cloud et sont alimentés par Sophos X-Ops, l’unité de renseignement sur les menaces transversale de la société. L’intelligence de Sophos X-Ops optimise l’ensemble de l’écosystème de cybersécurité adaptatif (ACE) de Sophos, qui comprend un datalake centralisé exploitant un ensemble riche d’API ouvertes à destination des clients, des partenaires, des développeurs et des autres fournisseurs de cybersécurité et de technologies de l’information. Sophos fournit des services de cybersécurité aux entreprises qui ont besoin de solutions de sécurité clés en main et entièrement gérées. Les clients peuvent également gérer leur cybersécurité directement avec la plateforme d’opérations de sécurité de Sophos ou utiliser une approche hybride en complétant leurs équipes internes avec les services de Sophos, notamment la chasse aux menaces et la remédiation. Sophos vend ses produits par l’intermédiaire d’un réseau mondial de partenaires et de fournisseurs de services gérés (MSP : Managed Service Provider). Le siège de l’entreprise est basé à Oxford, au Royaume-Uni. Plus d’informations sont disponibles sur www.sophos.fr.