Endpoint Security Solutions

Endpoint security protects laptops, mobile phones, tablets, POS (Point-Of-Sale) terminals, and other endpoint devices from threats through a centrally managed server. The server communicates with client programs running on each endpoint device, enabling it to:

    • Provide administrators with visibility and control over those devices
    • Provide an endpoint security VPN to each user attempting to connect
    • Correlate information obtained from clients to discover possible threats
    • Validate user credentials when an endpoint connects to the network
    • Scan individual endpoints to see whether they adhere to security policies
    • Restrict/quarantine/remove those that don’t meet security policy requirements

A comprehensive endpoint security plan typically incorporates the following solutions:

Bring Your Own Device

BYOD policies come with productivity-enhancing benefits as well as several security issues. A BYOD solution will ensure safety for your company’s network even when accessed through employees’ personal devices by establishing security profiles before being allowed to connect.

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Host Intrusion Detection

A Host Intrusion Prevention System (HIPS) is a centrally managed, highly configurable security solution that monitors individual hosts and endpoints for malicious activity. It’s like a firewall, IDS/IPS, and antivirus solution rolled into one, that runs on individual servers or client machines.

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Mobile Device Management

MDM provides centralized management over smartphones, tablets, and other mobile devices. Deploying and administering mobile device management solutions requires not only experience, but also a complete understanding of endpoint and network vulnerabilities.

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Client Antivirus

Client antivirus software is essential in keeping laptops, desktops, tablets, smartphones, and other endpoint devices free from viruses, spyware, trojans, worms and other forms of malware. Malware is often used in cyberattacks, posing a serious threat to the enterprise infrastructure.

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Client Firewall

Technological advancements like cloud computing and mobile have introduced new threats. A firewall provides protection against worms and other threats that use endpoints and networks to spread rapidly. It performs stateful inspections on TCP and UDP connections and blocks unauthorized traffic.

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Client Content Filter

A content filter prevents mobile device users from gaining access to malicious sites. Web content filtering is vital to schools, government agencies, libraries, and other institutions who need to prevent users from accessing harmful, inappropriate, or illegal content.

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