Endpoint Security aims to secure all the endpoints that are connected to your network. This will make sure that hackers can’t use these endpoints to hack your network. Most of the companies are adopting practices like bring your device (BYOD) and mobile/remote employees. This has significantly increased the number of endpoint devices. Due to this, the need for effective endpoint security solutions is increasing.
The more endpoint devices connect to a corporate network, the more avenues cybercriminals have to infiltrate that network. Endpoint security management is a software approach, typically centralized, that enables network administrators to identify and manage end-users’ device access—even employees’ personal devices—over the corporate network.
All businesses, regardless of size, need endpoint security, which means they also need a centralized means of managing that security. Cybercriminals never stop working on new ways to take advantage of end-users, sneak around defenses, launch malware, and steal data or hold it for ransom.
Because so many more employees work remotely, either because they are based off-site or because travel is a large component of their work, they need to be able to access corporate data from anywhere. Without adequate device security, an employee catching up on work using the public WiFi in a coffee shop or airport could unwittingly give criminals access to sensitive corporate data, or even the network itself. Effective endpoint protection is crucial to make sure your employees (and your business) are safe no matter where they are or what device they’re using while working.
Here are a few key attributes which we look into when talking about endpoint security:
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- Share Threats
- Prevent them early
- Enterprise-wide Detection and Response
Single light-weight Agent:
Today’s organizations manage an ever-expanding quantity and scope of devices. Faced with the necessity to deploy and maintain tens of thousands or hundreds of thousands of agents, lightweight agent architecture is critical to minimizing network and user impact. A single lightweight agent works everywhere, including virtual machines and data centers — providing protection even when endpoints are offline.
- Continuous Protection
Behavior-based security is a proactive approach to security in which all relevant activity is monitored so that deviations from normal behavior patterns can be identified and dealt with quickly. When conducted over an extended period of time, behavior monitoring allows organizations to benchmark typical network behavior, which helps to identify deviations. Any anomalies identified can then be escalated for further analysis.
- Single, cloud-delivered agent for endpoint protection, detection, and response
- Examine the behavior of multiple related processes to uncover attacks
Effective protection of privileged credentials across the hybrid enterprise can help an organization to mitigate the risk from exploitation by external attackers and malicious insiders. Technosprout provides a comprehensive set of controls for protecting and managing all types of credentials for all types of resources, wherever they are located and in a way that keeps pace with today’s hybrid cloud environments, allowing organizations to gain greater reductions in risk, cost of ownership and operational workload than is possible with alternate approaches that fail to provide the comparable depth of controls, breadth of coverage and alignment with cloud computing.
- Prevents tools from accessing system passwords
- Malicious insiders cannot misuse credentials or escalate privileges
- Quick isolation, termination, and reporting