EndPoint Security

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What is endpoint security and how can I get value from it?

The connection of endpoint devices such as laptops, tabletsmobile phonesInternet-of-things (IoT) devices, and other wireless devices to corporate networks creates attack paths for security threats – and that’s where endpoint security comes in. Endpoint security refers to the protection of computer networks remotely bridged to company devices and attempts to ensure that such devices follow a definite level of compliance to standards.

Endpoint detection and response (EDR) platforms can be deployed on the endpoint to protect against file-based, fileless, and other types of malware, through prevention and investigation, and remediation capabilities.

Customizable threat intel feeds, automated watchlists, and customizable behavior detection make EDR a worthwhile investment in the post-COVID-19 era, where most of your team works from more than one workspace.

According to the “Cybersecurity Business Report,” cybercrime damages are expected to cost the world 6 Trillion in 2021.

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How does endpoint security improve my security?

EDR solutions focused on threat monitoring, detection, and response, provides security to all entry points of your organization’s network system.

Some of the most important features we look for in an EDR product are 1) business requirements, 2) advanced technology, 3) protection against zero-day attacks (especially ransomware and fileless malware), and 4) ease of use and maintenance, and 5) minimizing impact on the operating system.

If your organization uses a SIEM system, EDR provides another layer of visibility into the complete network and system of devices your organization maintains, with more sources of contextual information and threat intelligence that can be used to detect anomalies and create automated playbook responses.

Through optimal configuration, EDR solutions can minimize false alerts, and prioritize high risk incidents, your team can make sure the most important alerts are reviewed quickly and efficiently.


  • IT teams are overwhelmed with alerts and false positives that take up time, and resources
  • Known threats may resurface over and over through different devices
  • Users accidentally download malicious files and are victims of phishing
  • Manually gather information about endpoints and potential vulnerabilities takes time
  • Well-implemented EDR solutions minimize false alerts and improve IT efficiency
  • Block known threats through rules and configurations
  • EDR sandboxing tools allow an organization to quarantine suspicious files for further checking without risking damage to the system
  • EDR solutions provide faster end-to-end response and remediation through gathered cyber intelligence and saved data on each user/endpoint.

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