Are you in the market for an EDR solution? Have you thought about having it managed by an MDR provider? Are all these abbreviations very confusing? We don’t blame you—in the world of cybersecurity, there are way too many terms you’re expected to know without much explanation.

In this session, we’ll be breaking down the pros and cons of different EDR and MDR solutions for those without a ton of technical experience. This advice is for anyone looking for a new EDR or MDR, but made specifically for non-experts, so you can make the best choice for your organization whether you’re a seasoned pro or not.
  • What to look for when choosing an EDR provider
  • When to consider adding an MDR service on top of your EDR tool
  • What your optimal combination of EDR and MDR might look like
  • A quick overview of the differences between EDR, XDR, MDR, NDR, and AV
Seth Geftic
VP Product Marketing
Seth Geftic is a Vice President at Huntress. He has been working in product marketing for cybersecurity vendors for the past 20 years, both as an individual contributor and team leader from startups to public companies. Prior to his role at Huntress, he built up the product marketing function as the Vice President of Product Marketing at Red Canary and contributed significantly as a Director at Sophos, specializing in endpoint security and MDR. Seth was previously a Director at Invincea (acquired by Sophos in 2017) and spent ten years in various product marketing roles at RSA. Beyond the world of cybersecurity, Seth does his best to relax as he listens to records, explores new restaurants, and enjoys quality time with his family in his adopted hometown of Greenville, SC.
James Mason
Technical Product Marketing Manager
James Mason is a Technical Product Marketing Manager at Huntress with a strong foundation in Technology within many industries. With over 15 years of experience in the field, James has honed his skills in understanding complex technical concepts and translating them into compelling marketing materials. In his role at Huntress, James is responsible for crafting product messaging, understanding the technical buyer’s journey, creating sales enablement materials, and developing go-to-market strategies. Outside of work, James enjoys spending time with his family and dogs, as well as picking up projects around the house and learning new skills.
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