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We already using the EndPoint Antivirus (for workstations) and the File Security (for servers). Currently trying the ESET Dynamic Threat Defense (trial) and read as much info about EDTD as possible. https://www.eset.com/ca/business/dynamic-threat-defense/ https://support.eset.com/kb6569/#oper_1 My understanding is the EDTD has (not limited to) these additional layer of protection features - Behavior-based detection - Machine learning - Zero-day threats detection - Cloud sandbox We all understand that nothing can always 100% prevent any latest threats right away but my question is why or why not we really need to add the EDTD. i.e. If there are new not-yet recognized threats (not yet in the Detection Engine and other ESET update database modules), without the ESET Dynamic Threat Defense, does this mean the EndPoint AntiVirus or the File Security simply won't always detect this new threat right away until the next release of modules update (usually 1 or 2+ hours later)? But with the ESET Dynamic Threat Defense installed, at least the EDTD will treat these threats as suspicious and move them to the cloud-sandbox scanning asap? Another related question is for the Microsoft Outlook integration (not ESET Mail Security, not using MS Exchange Server). Without the EDTD (only with EndPoint AntiVirus), does it really increase significant risks of Outlook not detecting threat emails asap?