Secure Your Organizations Endpoints With Our Endpoint Security Technology Services That Eliminate Your Threats In Real-Time & Give Access To Detailed Reports.
Endpoint security offers a way to protect and bridge the gap between your computer networks and the employees/clients connecting to them. In other words, using endpoint security technology prevents bad actors, cybercriminals, and other threats from infiltrating your network from an external point. They use employees and customers devices such as laptops, mobile phones, and tablets as a gateway for their attack since these are personal devices which can be much less secure than a network with enterprise-level security policies and antivirus in place. Implementing an endpoint security solutions addresses the risk presented by such devices and gives organizations network admins a way to monitor and restrict access to devices that aren’t up to par with the company policies and practices.
PROVIDES ENDPOINT DETECTION AND RESPONSE
EASILY INTEGRATE SOFTWARE AND APPLY UPDATES
REPORTS AND LOGS FOR MONITORING
PROTECTS AGAINST INSIDER THREATS
PREVENTS THE LOSS OF DATA
PROVIDES CENTRAL ACCESS CONTROLS
PRIVILEGED USER COTROL
ENCRYPTION CAPABILITIES FOR EMAIL, ENDPOINTS, AND MORE
DATA CLASSIFICATION AND ACCESS CONTROLS
Both Antivirus and Endpoint have their own unique benefits which complement each other very well when used correctly. Endpoint Security provides a way for your organization to effectively protect endpoints because it is centrally managed, you authenticate logins made from all new endpoints, and it supports easy remote deployment of updates and patches.
Basically, with the enterprise model, we deploy software at a central location on your network by having all devices download the signature and application updates one time. This then creates a single sign-on interface that can have admin defined secure policies in place that are automatically deployed to each device when configured correctly. If not, it denies access until the device has been updated to meet the central security policy.
Antivirus software allows your organization to protect its network and individual devices from external threats. Any device connecting to your corporate network that isn’t running antivirus is a potential threat. Antivirus software is designed to detect and remove malware including ransomware, viruses, keyloggers, worms, zero-day threats, and more. Antivirus needs to be installed on each device and the central server to be most effective. Paired with endpoint security creates a dual-layer strategy making it twice as effective.
Antivirus runs in the background and periodically scan device directories and files for malicious patterns indicating the presence of malware while the endpoint security allows for easy management of security operations and policies. The downfall to only having antivirus is that it needs to be updated asap. Keeping this software up-to-date is critical because any new form of attack may not be defined, and your antivirus will fail.
A most effective way to find out if your security is up to par is to get an endpoint security assessment from a professional and determine what can be done to improve on the existing strategy while possibly reducing your costs.
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