Integrated endpoint security suites combine multiple security functionalities into a single package to protect your client’s desktops and laptops from malware and intrusions.
– End-point suites (EPP) –
– Advance Malware (EDR) –
– Application Control –
– Encryption –
– Host Forensics /FW IPS –
– Assets and policy management –
– Mobile security –
Advanced malware prevention and protection solutions focus on securing threat vectors – both infiltration and exfiltration points – to minimize the potential for infection and data egress.
They help organizations defend against attack vectors used to compromise user endpoints.
Applying controls at vectors such as email, internet connections, file transfer, and USB provides defense against advanced malware infections for early stage attacks as well as data exfiltration in the event of successful advanced malware infection that is attempting to carry out the final stages of its attack. All sensitive data assets should be encrypted with all keys stored securely as a last line of defense as well. This will help to ensure that damages stay at a minimum even if the network is infiltrated and the event goes undetected.
Application control is a security practice to restrict unauthorized and unwanted applications from executing on endpoints, to guard the organizations endpoint environment.
Application control solutions protect corporate endpoints such as desktops, laptops, smartphones, tablets, servers, Point-of-Sale (POS) systems, virtual machines, and other fixed functioning devices.
These solutions safeguard the enterprise data and endpoints against viruses, Trojans, and malwares as well as advanced threats such as Advanced Persistent Threats (APTs), zero-day malwares, and targeted attacks.
Are solutions used to protect sensitive information stored on endpoints, ensuring there is no unauthorized access to that data if the device is lost or stolen.
Disk encryption typically uses one key to encrypt a hard disk, so all data can be decrypted when the system runs.
File encryption encrypts specific files so when a user successfully authenticates to an operating system, the contents of the file remain encrypted.
Disk encryption protects the entire computer system, and file encryption provides an additional layer of security.
Helps organizations monitor indicators (IOC) of compromise on endpoints and respond to cyber attacks on the endpoint before critical data loss occurs.
Helps endpoint devices through a policy-based approach to comply with specific criteria before they are granted access to network resources.
Endpoints can include PCs, laptops, smart phones, tablets and specialized equipment such as bar code readers or point of sale (POS) terminals.
Get visibility into the entire spectrum of mobile risk, apply policies to measurably reduce that risk, and integrate into your existing security and mobile management solutions.