Endpoint Protection

What is an Endpoint Protection?

An Endpoint Protection Platform (EPP) is a security tool installed on business computers to stop online attacks, spot malicious activity, and offer quick detection and response to any actions from intruders. In other words, it is the practice of guarding against malicious actions and campaigns by endpoints or entry points of end-user devices like desktops, laptops, and mobile devices.

Endpoint Protection is capable of providing security such as anti-malware, web browser security, MDM, EDR, and DLP. It offers collaborative, layered security to detect and block most threats.

Endpoint Protection helps to

  • Prevent ransomware
  • Stop file-less attacks
  • Avoid data breaches
  • Identify & remove threats

How Does Endpoint Protection Work?

Endpoint Protection Platform (EPP) uses the latest and traditional technologies like Signature based analysis, Signatureless analysis, Behavior analysis, Machine learning, Artificial Intelligence & so on. If we install Endpoint Protection in a network, it will monitor all the files, processes, and systems from the server to client machines. And it will block any questionable or malicious activities that are getting triggered. It will prevent intruders and malicious activities using malware or other tools to access the network or systems. The basic steps of using Endpoint Protection are
  • 1
    Install Solution

  • 2
    Configure Policies

  • 3
    Monitor Notifications

  • 4
    Update Patches


Ransomware Shield

A ransomware shield is a specific layer of protection against ransomware attacks. Endpoint Protection keeps track of and rates each application according to its reputation and behavior.

In-product Sandbox

Modern malware frequently uses heavy obfuscation and makes every effort to avoid detection. We employ in-product sandboxing to cut through this and reveal the actual behavior of the malware.

Reports and Alerts

Endpoint Protection Solutions provide prioritized warnings and alerts regarding vulnerabilities, as well as dashboards and reports to the administrators that offer visibility into endpoint security.

Machine Learning

All the defense layers in EPP are working with ML. Administrators can activate the unique aggressive ML mode that operates even without an internet connection for a thorough network inspection.

Exploit Blocker

Exploit Blocker monitors commonly exploitable applications such as browsers, document readers, email clients, Flash, Java, and more. It prevents every exploitation attempt by any intruders.

Advanced Memory Scanner

Advanced memory scanner monitors malicious process which scans while it emerges from the memory cover. Fileless attacks can be successfully found and stopped by memory scanning.

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