Endpoint protection, antivirus, and next-gen antivirus typically refer to the same function within security these days. Protection that works directly on an endpoint to fend off threats. These are no longer just signature-based threats, but behavioral as well. Securing endpoints is a basic and fundamental necessity for any network. Make sure you have endpoint protection within your network as an inexpensive yet powerful base-layer of security.
Unknown Malware, Ransomware, and zero-day attack prevention is the advanced side of commercial endpoint and server protection. This functionality requires visibility of system and process, behavior, and is advancing rapidly. These capabilities are built-in to some endpoint protection products, but not all. If you have compliance or the drive for thorough security, look for these features in your solution.
Servers can be goldmines for cybercriminals. Besides the fact that servers typically hold more data than a workstation, they tend to have more computing power and access to other systems for the criminal to laterally move to. The biggest determining factors for the level of security a server requires are what the server is used for, what information it stores, and how it connects to the internet/other endpoints. Whether your servers are Windows or Linux, on-premises or in a cloud environment, hosting file-shares or applications, we can secure them.
Besides being a best-practice within security, DLP is required by many compliance regulations including PCI, HIPAA, and GDPR to name a few of the more common ones. This is done by simply restricting unauthorized data flow with prebuilt or custom rules within multiple layers of security. From blocking data from being moved onto removable storage devices, to sensitive information scanners within endpoint protection and gateways we can ensure DLP from its roots.
Let’s face it, when it comes to cybersecurity, humans are an unpredictable liability. According to Forrester’s “Reconfigure Your Human Firewall” report, only one-third of employees receive cybersecurity training and under half are aware of their organization’s policies. Non-technical employees are perceived as an organizational weak link and are consistently targeted by attacks. For example, many […]
https://www.sedarasecurity.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/Fotolia_75023300_Subscription_Monthly_M.jpg11251688Julian Anjorinhttps://www.sedarasecurity.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/SEDARA_LOGO_COLOR_FINAL2-300x55.pngJulian Anjorin2017-09-20 15:52:022017-09-20 16:37:19Beat The Budget | Cybersecurity Awareness Training