Desktops, laptops and wireless devices are increasingly targeted by cyber criminals seeking to exploit potential weaknesses created by the fluid nature of modern networks.
With more people working remotely than ever before, the endpoint can be a weak link in an organisation’s security defences. Endpoints are responsible for 70% of all cybersecurity breaches, with 94% of malware still delivered via email.
Traditional approaches to endpoint protection such as antivirus, anti-spam and web filtering have not kept pace with the growing range and sophistication of attacks, and the scope of continuously evolving challenges. More advanced endpoint protection solutions are now needed to detect and analyse attacks faster, and to block and contain them while in progress.
CyberOne addresses the complexity of endpoint security and protection challenges, through a deep understanding of your current technology stack and environment. This enables us to build a bespoke endpoint security solution tailored to your specific needs, leveraging partner technologies, including SentinelOne, Microsoft and Cynet.
We provide real-time automated threat protection managed by our team of highly qualified technical experts.
The most common problem organisations face is the lack of in-house skills or resources to suitably use or maintain the solution they have bought. At CyberOne, we deliver dedicated teams of endpoint protection specialists to provide round-the-clock endpoint security management for our clients.
Each client’s needs are different, so we create bespoke endpoint protection solutions to meet their specific needs. Our teams leverage the maximum value from the chosen solution by a process of continuous improvement based on context-rich insights.
In a world of continually evolving cyber threats, our endpoint protection solutions are future-proofed as we push the boundaries of the technologies we deploy and manage. The training and accreditations for our in-house experts are fully comprehensive and continually updated.
From rapid growth to restructuring, your security needs will change as your organisation does. We help clients implement endpoint protection solutions that can be rapidly scaled as their requirements change, without large up-front investments in human resources or technology.
By reducing the burden on in-house teams and increasing productivity, we allow organisations to allocate resources more effectively to their core business while ensuring the security of their endpoint activity.
Our guide explains the failings of traditional endpoint protection and what you need to consider when looking for an endpoint security solution.
An endpoint protection solution refers to a software or tool that is used to protect individual devices, such as laptops, desktops, or mobile devices, from potential cyber threats and attacks. It is designed to safeguard the endpoints or entry points of a network, such as a computer or a mobile device, from unauthorised access, malware, viruses, and other security risks.
There are several main types of endpoint security that organisations use to safeguard their endpoints. The first type is antivirus software, which scans and detects malicious software and prevents them from infecting the device. Another type is firewall protection, which monitors and controls network traffic to prevent unauthorised access and data breaches.
Furthermore, data loss prevention (DLP) tools can help to prevent sensitive information from being leaked or stolen. Lastly, application control software allows organisations to control and manage the applications installed on their endpoints, ensuring that only trusted and approved software is being used. These various types of endpoint security work together to provide comprehensive protection for organisations’ devices and sensitive data.
Endpoint protection works by securing and protecting endpoints, which are devices such as desktops, laptops, smartphones, and tablets, that connect to a network. These endpoints are often the target of cyberattacks, making it crucial to have effective protection in place. Endpoint protection typically includes antivirus and anti-malware software, firewalls, intrusion detection systems, and data encryption.
These security measures aim to detect and prevent threats from compromising the endpoints and potentially spreading through the network. By monitoring and controlling the endpoints, endpoint protection helps to safeguard sensitive data, prevent unauthorised access, and ensure the overall security of the network.
An example of an endpoint protection solution is antivirus software. Antivirus software is designed to protect endpoints, such as computers and mobile devices, from malware and other malicious threats.
It scans files and programs for any suspicious activity, monitors web browsing to detect and block potentially harmful websites, and provides real-time protection against emerging threats.
One of the key components is antivirus and anti-malware software, which detects and prevents malicious programs from infecting the endpoints. Another important component is application control, which allows administrators to control which applications can run on the endpoints to prevent unauthorised or risky applications from compromising security.
Other components include host-based firewalls, data encryption, vulnerability assessment, and patch management. All these components play a crucial role in safeguarding endpoints and preventing unauthorised access, data breaches, and other security incidents.