Increasing End Points via Mobile & IoT Means Security Gets More Complex by the Day

Threats are growing by the day and hackers are honing their skills, creating advanced malware that can elude even the most advanced point-in-time detection tools, including antivirus and intrusion prevention systems.

Although such tools will never be 100 percent effective at detecting every threat, and system visibility into threats is a challenge, IT security teams must be able to quickly detect and remediate malware before damage is done.

6 Benefits of an Advanced End Point Security Strategy


Continuously detect and monitor malware, immediately and retrospectively.


Protect Windows operating systems, Macs, Linux, mobile devices, and virtual environments.


Record file activity over time to track malware’s spread and scope a compromise.


Correlate discrete events into coordinated attacks.


Access global threat intelligence to strengthen network defenses.


Gain deep visibility and control to quickly detect, analyze, and remediate breaches.

End Point Security Strategy Should Cover You Before, During & After an Attack

Your endpoint strategy should go beyond point-in-time capabilities to protect your organization before, during and after an attack. Such end point security protection not only prevents breaches but also rapidly detects, contains and remediates threats if they evade front-line defenses, and with the right partner, cost-effectively and without any drag on operational efficiencies.

Chief information security officers (CISOs) and other security executives are finding that the proliferation of mobile devices and cloud services present a significant barrier to effective breach response.

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