Endpoint security means securing both the endpoints and entry points of end-user devices from being threatened or attacked. These can include a range of devices which people use for work such as desktops, laptops, and mobile devices.
By using endpoint security systems, you can protect your network or cloud systems from cybersecurity threats. Endpoint security has evolved from traditional antivirus software to providing comprehensive protection from sophisticated malware and evolving zero-day threats.
Endpoint security is often considered the frontline defence and has evolved hugely, from antivirus software to comprehensive malware protection systems. As the sophistication and skill of attacks and those behind them have developed, so too has the advancement of endpoint solutions.
Today endpoint protection quickly detects, analyses, blocks, and contains attacks which have started. This can include:
- Remote Wipe