Endpoint Detection, Investigation and Response
Endpoint threat detection and response (EDR) is a collection of endpoint protection measures that seeks to limit threats. through a holistic approach to endpoint security.
By combining real-time monitoring and data collection with automated response capabilities through a central console, EDR provides both endpoint protection and insight into how threat patterns develop and evolve. This helps system administrators refine threat detection, response and remediation measures.
These endpoint security capabilities allow for the detection of more advanced threats, such as polymorphic attacks, fileless malware, and zero-day attacks through the use of forensic analysis tools.
Next-Generation Endpoint Antivirus Software
Traditional endpoint antivirus security solutions use databases of virus signatures and definitions for signature-based detection methods to find malware and viruses. But this approach to malware detection has a major shortcoming; it can only recognize known threats.
This endpoint security software from Commerx recommends endpoint security software that prevents, detects, eliminates malware on connected endpoints, whether mobile devices or stationary assets, both inside and outside the firewall.
Through the use of next-generation endpoint antivirus software, your organization will gain the ability to run periodic and regular scans with confidence because automatic updates ensure that you will be protected from the latest, identified threats.
Data Loss Prevention (DLP)
Many companies currently use an ad hoc patchwork approach to DLP due to a lack of internal IT expertise without realizing how much of a threat this can be to overall data security.
Functional DLP requires the implementation of a holistic, centralized program across an entire organization. Beginning with an inventory and assessment of sensitive data types and their value, good data management policies rely on a clear classification system with a risk assessment for each type of data. Once these security categories are established, proper data handling and loss prevention policies can be established.
To administer the policies, DLP enforcement requires monitoring endpoints and outgoing channels so that data protection protocols can be initiated in the event of a potential security breach.
Visibility and Device Management
Achieving complete device control and visibility is crucial to endpoint security because uncontrolled devices are a security breach waiting to happen. In order to establish endpoint security, system administrators must have up-to-date and accurate endpoint information.
Through rigorous device management and visibility policies, your organization can avoid security blind spots and institute policy-based actions to make sure that you have oversight of every user and device on your network, as well as their applications.