Endpoint Security

An endpoint is a device that shares information, and communicates with other devices and end users over a network e.g. desktops, laptops, and mobile devices. Endpoint Security, or 'Endpoint Protection', is the cybersecurity approach to defending endpoints from cyber threats.

Endpoints can be used as entry points by malicious actors, as they are seen as vulnerable. Traditional cybersecurity measures, such as a centralized network antivirus, are no longer a match against evolving, sophisticated cyber threats. Endpoint security systems are needed to protect the endpoints themselves from cybersecurity threats that can then infiltrate further across networks.

Endpoint Security uses next-generation antivirus (NGAV) and EDR (Endpoint Detection and Response) technology as an integral part of it's security solution.
Additionally, threat hunting is conducted using threat intelligence services in order to investigate all incidents, provide defense and mitigate any attacks.

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