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Endpoint protection

Endpoint protection

Cybersecurity experts are well aware of the concept of endpoint. This term refers to end devices in the network: workstations, laptops, tablets, smartphones, servers. Every workstation of an employee of the organization and any peripherals connected to the network is an end point that can be attacked.
Lack of proper protection of this segment of the corporate network infrastructure can lead to catastrophic consequences.

Endpoint protection

The strategy of preventing unauthorized access to the system from a remote workplace is becoming crucial - the number of mobile devices connected to corporate networks is growing, and hacking techniques are becoming more aggressive and sophisticated. Remote work, which is practiced by more and more companies today, also contributes to increasing risks.

Endpoint Detection and Response class solutions

Previously, most intrusion attempts were made over a network, but now threats are increasingly using endpoints, and therefore the previously used centralized network protection is no longer sufficient. One of the most advanced attack prevention technologies is the Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) solution.

EDR is a comprehensive system that is a set of technologies designed to monitor, image and store data that track all actions occurring at endpoints. These data are collected in a centralized repository, where they are analyzed. Protection is provided in real time, and if the EDR analysis detects signs of burglary at any point, rapid response capabilities are automatically used, and once the threat is eliminated, safe operation is restored.

One of the most dangerous threats that remote devices can face is fileless attacks. Their feature is that hackers do not need to place files on the hard drive of the attacked device. Most often, applications that are already installed on the tablet or smartphone, which are in the approved list, are used for hacking. With a file-free attack, the chances of a successful hack increase. But it is still possible to find signs of such an invasion. Any malware, even if it does not need an executable file, leaves a mark, you just need to know where and how to look for it. Systems based on EDR technology are well suited for detecting such threats at endpoints. They constantly monitor the applications running on the mobile device, ensuring its protection.

All major information security vendors are releasing their EDR solutions, such as CrowdStrike Falcon, Panda Adaptive Defense, Lepide Remote Worker Monitoring, Cisco AMP, Sophos Intercept X, Symantec Endpoint Detection and Response, Check Point Endpoint Security.

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