End point solutions

Endpoint security or endpoint protection is an approach to the protection of computer networks that are remotely bridged to client devices. The connection of endpoint devices such as laptops, tablets, mobile phones, Internet-of-things devices, and other wireless devices to corporate networks creates attack paths for security threats.Endpoint security attempts to ensure that such devices follow a definite level of compliance to standards.

The endpoint security space has evolved over the last several years away from limited antivirus software and into a more advanced, comprehensive defense. This includes next-generation antivirus, threat detection, investigation, and response, device management, data leak protection (DLP), and other considerations to face evolving threats.

Virtualization Security

Virtualized security can take the functions of traditional security hardware appliances (such as firewalls and antivirus protection) and deploy them via software. In addition, virtualized security can also perform additional security functions. These functions are only possible due to the advantages of virtualization, and are designed to address the specific security needs of a virtualized environment.

Database Security

Database security tools provide specialized protection for databases in addition to existing endpoint and network security products. In theory, databases are already protected against malicious activity by firewalls and intrusion detection systems. However, databases require their own protection.

Event Management

Software Event Management collects, processes, aggregates, and stores network data in real time. Software Event Management uses that data to manage network security by providing real-time information and monitoring, alerts and offenses, and responses to network threats.

Data Loss Prevention

DLP, or Data Loss Prevention, is a cybersecurity solution that detects and prevents data breaches. Since it blocks extraction of sensitive data, organizations use it for internal security and regulatory compliance.

  • Identify sensitive information across multiple on-premises and cloud-based systems
  • Prevent the accidental sharing of data
  • Monitor and protect data
  • Educate users on how to stay compliant

Priveleges Access Management

Privileged access management helps organizations make sure that that people have only the necessary levels of access to do their jobs. PAM also enables security teams to identify malicious activities linked to privilege abuse and take swift action to remediate risk. In digital business, privileges are everywhere.