Comprehensive Endpoint Protection for Expanding Businesses
The cybersecurity threat landscape is growing in complexity. Businesses contend with an ever-growing number of endpoints that are also increasing in type and sophistication. Simultaneously, hackers are inventing new methods to gain access, steal data, or manipulate employees into giving out sensitive information. Businesses of all sizes are at risk of facing malicious or even accidental insider threats.
Endpoint protection is often seen as cybersecurity’s front line of defense. As cybersecurity threats rise, so does your organization’s need for more advanced endpoint security solutions. Endpoint protection from Integrated Technology quickly detects, analyzes, blocks, and contains attacks in progress. Our comprehensive cybersecurity technologies integrate seamlessly with one another to improve administrators’ visibility into advanced threats to speed detection and remediation response times.
Frequently Asked Questions
Endpoint protection is the practice of securing the endpoints or entry points of end-user devices from exploitation by unauthorized users and malicious campaigns. These endpoints or entry points often include servers, workstations—such as desktops, laptops, and mobile devices—and more. Endpoint protection enables businesses to achieve full-spectrum security, as virus protection alone may not always suffice.
As a business, data is your most valuable asset. Losing access to that data puts your entire organization at risk. This makes endpoint protection a vital part of enterprise cybersecurity. The growing number and types of endpoints also compound the complexity of endpoint security. Considering the opportunity cost of reallocating resources from business goals to addressing threats, the reputation cost of a large-scale breach, and the actual financial cost of compliance violations, endpoint protection platforms are now must-haves to secure modern businesses.
Endpoints can range from the more commonly thought of devices like servers, laptops, tablets, and mobile devices to less common devices such as medical devices, smartwatches, and printers. If a device is connected to your business network, it is considered an endpoint. The growing popularity of bring-your-own-device-style workplaces and the Internet of Things (IoT) has quickly and significantly increased the number of individual devices connected to an organization’s network, easily reaching into the tens of thousands and adding complexity to endpoint security.
Integrated Technology’s endpoint protection safeguards data and workflows associated with the individual devices that connect to your network. We examine files as they enter the network to quickly detect threats and manage an ever-growing database of threat information, freeing endpoints of the inflation associated with storing this information locally and the maintenance required to keep these databases updated. Endpoint protection provides system administrators with a centralized console, which is installed on a network gateway or server and allows cybersecurity professionals to remotely control security for each device. Your software is then assigned to each endpoint, either delivered as a SaaS and managed remotely, or installed directly on the device, and the administrator corporate policies from on location. Endpoint protection secures your endpoints through application control, blocking the use of unsafe or unauthorized applications, and through encryption, helping to prevent data loss.
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