February 12, 2024
A device with an installed Kaspersky EPP application (for example, Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Windows).
Endpoint Protection Platform (EPP)
An integrated system of complex protection for endpoint devices (for example, mobile devices, computers, or laptops) that includes various security technologies. An example of an Endpoint Protection Platform is Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Business.
An application included in a protection system for endpoint devices (Endpoint Protection Platform, or EPP). EPP applications are installed on endpoint devices within the IT infrastructure of an organization (for example, mobile devices, computers, or laptops). An example of an EPP application is Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Windows, as part of the EPP solution Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Business.
An activity evaluated as critical by the detection technology and which requires immediate reaction from Kaspersky Managed Detection and Response.
An indicator of compromise (or IOC) shows the evidence on a device that points to a security breach.
The objective that an attacker wanted to achieve during a cyber attack on the Client infrastructure.
The method used by the attacker to perform malicious actions during a cyberattack on the Client infrastructure. Each MITRE tactic contains an array of MITRE techniques.
Incident response is a structured methodology for handling security incidents, breaches, and cyberthreats.
Data that is sent from assets to Kaspersky Managed Detection and Response.
A tenant is an organization to which you supply Kaspersky Managed Detection and Response.