Managed IT Solutions
Endpoint protection safeguards the data and workflows associated with devices that connect to your network. Endpoint security secures endpoints or points of entry of end-user devices like desktops, laptops, and mobile devices. Once endpoint security is in use, these devices can’t be exploited by malicious campaigns.
Security systems protect endpoints from cybersecurity threats via a network or in the cloud. Endpoint security used to be recognized as traditional antivirus software but has now become a comprehensive endpoint protection solution against malware and zero-day threats.
No matter the size of your organization, you are at risk from criminals and insider threats. Endpoint security is on the frontlines of cybersecurity and is one of the first places that many businesses begin securing their networks.
With this security, you can fortify the endpoint security monitors of your IT environment to detect malicious security threats and remediate an attack with 24/7 support from our team.
Endpoint security solutions are a vital piece of the cybersecurity puzzle. Data is a valuable asset, and losing that data or access to your data can put your entire business in jeopardy. Enterprises must deal with a number of endpoints and endpoint devices. With so many endpoints and so many different types of endpoints, the security of your data could be put at risk. In fact, the more endpoints you have, the more at risk you are. Unfortunately, we can’t make a choice between sacrificing security for efficiency. Luckily, you don’t have to.
When you work with Cybersecurity professionals, you’ll ensure that your data is not at risk, no matter how many endpoints you have and all of the different types of endpoints connected to your network.
SMBs and large corporations are all targeted the same with the same tactics used by cybercriminals. We provide you with a security operations center (SOC) that scales your protection as your business grows. We don't offer a limited number of IT experts to handle your endpoint security. The more people you require, the more we're able to offer to ensure your security.
We use an advanced endpoint detection and endpoint protection platform that detects both known and unknown threats. This behavior-based technology allows us to protect your endpoints no matter where they're used.
Our security solutions use patented threat identification and remediation technology, fully protecting desktops and servers that use operating systems like Windows, Mac, and Linux. Our technology also protects virtualized servers like AWS, VMWare, Citrix, VirtualBox, and Hyper-V.
Our unique platform detects malware then uses remediation technology. This can provide visibility into the cause or origins of the threat and reverse malicious activity and remediate it as quickly as possible.
When a device compromises your IT infrastructure security, you'll likely find your system infected with malware. Malware can lead to downtime, preventing you from dealing with customers or supporting other business functions. Malware can also lead to a loss of important data, affecting how much your employees are able to get done. Downtime outages can cost your business thousands of dollars every year, but with endpoint security, you can stop malware in its tracks.
Dealing with security issues costs both time and money. An effective security solution keeps your employees working efficiently and effectively because they're not faced with downtime. Not to mention, security IT breaches can be one of the most costly battles your business is ever faced with because it costs you your reputation.
By ensuring your endpoint security, you're ensuring the safety of your organization.
While it's essential to monitor your network systems, you should ensure that your workers monitor all of their external devices. If your network is facing issues, their devices may also be at risk of a security breach, which could put their personal information in the hands of the wrong person.
If your employees use personal computers or devices for work, even if it's not all the time, it's your responsibility to ensure their security. If they are infected with malware from a breach in your network, you may be responsible for damages.
Endpoint protection services should be as robust as the attacks on your network and mobile devices.