Unfortunately, heated discussions happen in these type of threads far too often.Edit: Notice how the cooler heads mention CP as part of a layered security framework.
I thought that whole thread was comical. Cylance is just software. All software has warts. You just have to look and find them.@Pixy Stix - The OP obviously had encountered some info that many people are familiar with, and seemed to feel powerless about what endpoint would be used. What I liked were the system admins who had varied experiences with it, and/or with other vendors, etc. Their replies were level-headed for the most part. And I liked that thread is pretty current, after all the past hoopla that has appeared over the last few months/years.
I wouldn't bet the bank on Cylance because it has been shown to fail when "shouldah, couldah, wouldah, but didn't."But those should be a part of all business IT practices, and if they are, Cylance Protect itself, with nothing else is more than sufficient.