Endpoint Security

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Although there are many different types of endpoint security software, there are some common components:

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Advanced antimalware and antivirus protection with Actionable threat forensics and Insider threat protection

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Proactive web security with Machine-learning & Centralized endpoint management

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Integrated firewall, Email gateway with Data loss prevention

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Endpoint, email and disk encryption with regular backups (BAAS)

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Complete comprehensive approaches to endpoint security with redundant data backup procedures to ensure business continuity no matter what happens.

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FAQ's About Endpoint Security

Endpoint Security Questions

What Is Endpoint Security?

Security of network endpoints has become a major concern due to the increasing use of computing devices including desktops and mobile devices. Securing these endpoints requires addressing internet connectivity and various networking technologies such as VPNs and intercepting malware. Viruses and other programs are also used as spyware against users which finally need to be addressed at the endpoint. Devices used in endpoint security. The range of devices that should be considered for endpoint security is expanding as end-users demand security for their computing devices. Endpoints include traditional PCs, cellphones and tablets, but also routers and IoT devices. The request to expand security to include such devices arise from attacks on network infrastructure that originate from unprotected devices. These devices may themselves be secured but the network connected to the devices require security. Protection of these endpoints require a variety of features. * The use of antivirus scanning, both of the device before connection to the network and monitoring it periodically or continuously. * As part of the training for the device to be protected, the person managing the software must control the patches of the client's device with its stored OS and help the user. * Security software for each device must be monitored in order to prevent hacking for each access point, even if the device is not physically connected to the network. * To avoid increasing the computational complexity of the user's device, an outside device should be used to inspect packets sent or received.

How does endpoint protection work?

Endpoint security aims to protect the corporate network when accessed via remote devices – laptops, tablets, or smartphones primarily. A key component to endpoint security is the use of anti-malware software which is mostly reliant on a database of known attacks that is continually being updated. These attacks are managed by security firms who control remotely managed computer networks that detect new attacks, understand how they propagate and investigate their potential for causing harm. Once a suspected new security threat has been identified, a protection signature is developed for it and updates are rolled out to all of their client networks. New threat definitions, updates about security risks, and signatures for emerging threats are delivered to the end-user at regular intervals leveraging both scheduled and on-demand downloads.

What’s considered an endpoint?

Endpoints range from the more commonly known devices such as: * Tablets * Mobile devices * Smart watches * Printers * Servers * ATM machines * Medical devices If a device is connected to a network, it is considered an endpoint. The popularity of BYOD (bring your own device) and IoT (Internet of Things), is resulting in more devices to an organization's network. As endpoints are targeted by adversaries, because they are entry points for threats and malware, and especially mobile and remote devices are a favorite target of adversaries. Mobile endpoint devices have become much more than just Android devices and iPhones, think the latest wearable watches, smart devices, voice-controlled digital assistants, and other IoT-enabled smart devices. Also, network-connected sensors are in cars, airplanes, hospitals, and even on the drills of oil rigs. Evolving and renewed types of endpoints is mandatory to keep the security solutions that protect them up to date.

Why is endpoint security important?

An endpoint protection platform (EPP, or also referred to as Endpoint Security) is a solution deployed on endpoint devices to prevent file-based malware, to detect and block malicious activity from trusted and untrusted applications, and to provide the investigation and remediation capabilities needed to dynamically respond to security incidents and alerts. Endpoint Protection has long been a staple in cybersecurity strategies, but the endpoint security industry space has exploded in recent years due to the emergence of new trends in technology, business, and society. An endpoint protection platform is a vital part of enterprise cybersecurity for several reasons. First of all, in today’s business world, data is the most valuable asset of a company —and to lose that data, or access to that data, could put the entire business at risk of insolvency. Businesses have also had to contend with not only a growing number of endpoints, but also a rise in the number of types of endpoints. These factors make enterprise endpoint security more difficult on their own, but they’re compounded by remote work and BYOD policies—which make perimeter security increasingly insufficient and create vulnerabilities. The threat landscape is becoming more complicated, as well: Hackers are always coming up with new ways to gain access, steal information or manipulate employees into giving out sensitive information. Add in the opportunity, cost of reallocating resources from business goals to addressing threats, the reputational cost of a large-scale breach, and the actual financial cost of compliance violations, and it’s easy to see why endpoint protection platforms have become regarded as must-haves in terms of securing modern enterprises.

Endpoint protection platforms vs. traditional antivirus

Endpoint protection platforms (EPP) and traditional antivirus solutions differ in some key ways. *Endpoint Security vs. Network Security: Traditional anti-virus programs are designed to safeguard a single endpoint, offering visibility into only that endpoint in many cases, in only that endpoint. On the other hand, Endpoint security software looks at the enterprise network as a whole and can provide visibility of all connected endpoints from a single location.

*Administration Legacy antivirus solutions relied on the user to update their data-bases or to allow updates at pre-set time. If a user did not go through these steps the anti-virus system was not up-to-date and the endpoint (or computer) was at risk of being compromised. EPPs moves administration responsibilities to enterprise IT or cybersecurity team, which allows interconnected security that keeps software up to date and more safe. *Protection Anti-virus solutions used signature-based detection to find viruses. This meant that if your business was first to have an attack, or if your users hadn’t updated their anti-virus program recently, you could still be at risk. By harnessing the cloud, today’s EPP solutions are kept up to date automatically. And with the use of technologies such as behavioral analysis, previously unidentified threats can be uncovered based suspicious behavior.