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Endpoint Protection

Endpoint protection uses a multi-layered approach to secure your devices against malicious activity. This in turn prevents infection spreading through your network. Endpoint protection is your first line of defence against viruses, malware, ransomware and online fraud.

Most commonly endpoint means computers, laptops, smartphones and tablets. It can, however, also include servers, printers or any internet-ready device. The aim should be to protect every endpoint which can connect to your network or cloud services. Only then can it protect your business, and your sensitive data, from malicious activity.

This can be a lot of devices, however. Which is why your endpoint protection solution needs to be flexible, strong and easy to manage.

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How does endpoint protection work?

How does endpoint protection work?

Endpoint protection applies a combination of security standards and company-defined rules. Devices have to meet the rules and security standards before gaining access to the network.

Active protection includes:

  • monitoring for incoming threats, blocking and removing them
  • block access to, copying and transferring of sensitive files or data
  • signature detection – scanning for known characteristics of malicious files
  • behaviour detection – looks for suspicious behaviour associated with known malware

Active protection can only work if it is kept constantly up to date in response to new threats. This is why device management is also critical to successful endpoint protection. If any device lags behind in software or database updates it can expose the whole network.

What makes a good Endpoint Protection solution?

What makes a good Endpoint Protection solution?

Protecting your business from cyberattack is so important you should be very demanding of your providers.

Any robust Endpoint Protection solution must include:

  • Application controls – prevents execution of known malicious applications.
  • Antivirus & anti-malware – detects and removes malware, worms, trojans, adware and other threats.
  • Real-time auto updates – protects against new threats as soon as they are discovered.
  • On-access scanning – checks every file before it is opened.
  • Lightweight and efficient – space and processor hogging software affects productivity and responds slowly.
  • Ability to detect major and minor threats and vulnerabilities. Minor vulnerabilities now can grow into major ones later.

    Endpoint Protection Solutions

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    Endpoint Management

    Endpoint Management

    Endpoint Protection solutions are essential to business security, but they also increase the workload of IT teams and managers. Notifications and alerts all need triaging and responding to. Management reports need to be interpreted and fed into action plans. And where action needs taking it needs taking quickly.

    This is why we offer a full Endpoint Management service on top of our Endpoint Protection solutions.

    Our Endpoint Management service can be added to any of our recommended Endpoint Protection solutions.

    If you wish to self-manage but with our expert help when needed, we can accommodate that too.

    What we'll take care of:
    • Initial audit and security scoring
    • Setting security goals.
    • Defining and applying security rules.
    • Device enrolment.
    • Provisioning of Endpoint Protection software.
    • Monitoring of detected threats and remediation action.
    • Patch and update management
    • Security performance reporting.
    • Device health and performance reports.
    • Supporting endpoint users.
    • Supporting managers in interpreting report data.

    Microsoft Defender

    Formerly known as Office 365 Threat Protection, Microsoft 365 Defender is ideal for companies already using Microsoft/Office 365.

    Bring the clout of one of the world’s biggest cybersecurity vendors to bear on your business. Microsoft Defender lets you quickly discover, prioritise, and remediate vulnerabilities and misconfigurations. Intelligent decision-making algorithms determine whether a threat is active and what action to take. Microsoft’s next-generation protection even defends against previously unseen polymorphic and metamorphic malware.

    As Microsoft partners we’re ideally placed to help apply Microsoft security to your business.

    Microsoft 365 Defender includes:
    • Cloud-delivered endpoint security.
    • Risk-based vulnerability management and assessment.
    • Attack surface reduction.
    • Behaviour-based next-generation protection.
    • Endpoint detection and response (EDR).
    • Automatic investigation and remediation.
    • Managed hunting services.
    • Rich APIs.
    • Unified security management.
    Microsoft Defender
    Microsoft Defender

    Microsoft Defender

    Formerly known as Office 365 Threat Protection, Microsoft 365 Defender is ideal for companies already using Microsoft/Office 365.

    Bring the clout of one of the world’s biggest cybersecurity vendors to bear on your business. Microsoft Defender lets you quickly discover, prioritise, and remediate vulnerabilities and misconfigurations. Intelligent decision-making algorithms determine whether a threat is active and what action to take. Microsoft’s next-generation protection even defends against previously unseen polymorphic and metamorphic malware.

    As Microsoft partners we’re ideally placed to help apply Microsoft security to your business.

    Microsoft 365 Defender includes:
    • Cloud-delivered endpoint security.
    • Risk-based vulnerability management and assessment.
    • Attack surface reduction.
    • Behaviour-based next-generation protection.
    • Endpoint detection and response (EDR).
    • Automatic investigation and remediation.
    • Managed hunting services.
    • Rich APIs.
    • Unified security management.
    Cisco Meraki Systems Manager

    Cisco Meraki Systems Manager

    Cisco Meraki Systems Manager allows you to manage your endpoints with ease, all from the Cisco Meraki Cloud.

    Cisco Meraki Systems Manager is already a powerful device management and security platform on its own. Add Cisco Meraki advanced network security and edge protection and it becomes a super-powerful all-in-one security solution. Endpoints, firewalls and wifi access points can all communicate with each other to ensure maximum network protection. And all your devices are visible through Meraki’s intuitive dashboard.

    As Cisco partners we’re ideally placed to help apply Cisco Meraki security to your business.

    Cisco Meraki Systems Managers includes:
    • Centrally provision, monitor, and secure all endpoints.
    • Keep your network aware of constantly changing devices.
    • Real-time visibility of device health and security posture.
    • Full software and hardware inventory for your entire endpoint fleet.
    • Deploy wireless and VPN connectivity settings.
    • Protect devices and data with encryption enforcement.
    • Remotely lock or wipe lost endpoints
    • Encrypt traffic between device and access point.
    • Dynamic policies – Enforce security policies on devices by using device posture.

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