What is Endpoint Security/Protection?

The Majority of Business Devices are Smartphones and Laptops

The image of employees sitting in cubicles with desktops is starting to fade.  Today business is mobile, and users are remote.  Applications are leaving the data center and heading into the cloud.  This shift has provided organizations with greater agility, higher productivity, and more opportunities.  Unfortunately, it’s done the same for cybercriminals.

Don't Let Mobile Devices
Be Your Weakest Security Link

  • IT professionals need to adapt their infrastructures and cybersecurity posture to address new challenges.
  • A top security concern is the ever-increasing mobile workforce and the cyber-attacks targeted at their devices.
  • Endpoint devices, such as mobile phones and laptops, need to be secured, as do the network entry points they use.

In the event of a data breach, businesses and public sector agencies face tremendous costs—and even the potential for criminal penalties—for privacy law non-compliance. A breach can also cause significant damage to a brand or to your agency’s reputation.

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Two Levels of Cybersecurity

There are two sides to providing endpoint security and combating cyber-attacks, on the edge and beyond the edge. Securing the network’s edge and the mobile devices that lay beyond requires two levels of cybersecurity. Mobile Entry Point Security protects networks and clouds from potential harm caused by connected mobile devices. EDR – Endpoint Detection and Response protects the actual mobile devices

Consider an EDR/XDR Service

IT professionals need to adapt their infrastructures and cybersecurity posture to address threats facing endpoint devices.  Providing a global network or mobile entry points, remote user authentication, security policy enforcement, and endpoint security can be challenging.

Many corporations have opted to use a professional cybersecurity provider instead of implementing a DIY ‘do it yourself’ plan.  They rely on leading EDR / XDR (Extended Detection and Response) providers for world-class network security.  As a bonus, these organizations have experienced up to a 30% reduction in cybersecurity costs.

A professional EDR / XDR service encompasses nearly all the processes, technologies, and techniques used to deter, detect, contain, and remediate cybersecurity threats and attacks.  That includes endpoint devices, mobile entry points, cloud applications, compute clouds, WANs, remote sites, and networks.

A Global Provider of Endpoint Security and Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR)

Please contact our customer advocates to learn more about our cloud-based EDR/XDR services.  Learn more about a complete cybersecurity posture with MDR (Managed Detection and Response) or SASE (Secure Access Service Edge).