Endpoint & Device Protection

End Point Security

End Point Device Security is all about securing the end-user devices such as desktops, laptops or mobile devices by employing a comprehensive defense in depth approach to endpoint protection, rather than simply relying on one security technique to block threats.

Organizations looking for simpler, more affordable alternatives to full-featured endpoint security platforms are embracing native security like Windows Defender. While Defender provides essential base-level protection, it’s still necessary to apply advanced countermeasures like machine learning to mount a complete defense against sophisticated fileless and zero-day malware-based threats. The key to success lies within leveraging, strengthening, and managing the security already built into Windows desktop and server environments without introducing the complexity of multiple consoles

Endpoint Security and the Network

The majority of mobile professionals carry laptops containing confidential company information. Passwords alone do not protect data. The best way to make sure your data is secure at rest is by encrypting the computer’s hard drive. As a part of compliance requirements, you are likely to be able to verify which computers in your organization are encrypted. And in the case of lost or stolen laptops, organizations also need to provide proof that these missing devices are encrypted.

Access to network devices require security protocols from malicious threats. Risky activities can be blocked by encrypting data on endpoints while removable storage devices like pen drives, hard drives etc. can prevent against data leak. To reduce vulnerabilities in the network, application controls can be carried that prevent endpoint users from executing unauthorised applications.

Centralised management allows you to manage your endpoint device security platform. Advanced attacks are more coordinated than ever before. Now, your defences are too. Revolutionary cloud Security platforms ensures your endpoint protection and firewall are talking to each other. It’s a simple yet effective idea that means you get better protection against advanced threats and spend less time responding to incidents. It’s so simple, it makes you wonder why nobody did it before.

Endpoint Protection

The most comprehensive Endpoint Protection Platforms integrate with other security solutions such as vulnerability and patch management capabilities, resulting in more proactive protection, considered the gold standard above the reactive security solutions of the past. Endpoint device security Platforms go beyond preventing malware attacks, with data protection capabilities like disk and file encryption, data loss prevention, and even device control for the most comprehensive endpoint protection possible.

Endpoint device security is now considered a critical component of an organisations security policy to provide device and data protection in order to fight against the ever-evolving threats from internal and external sources.