In one of its
latest research reports focusing on Endpoint Protection Platforms (EPP), this
leading analyst firm stresses the importance of implementing solutions which
fall in line with an organization’s specific business, technical, and
regulatory needs. Each situation is different, however one common factor that
all organizations battle is malware.
firm subscribers can read the full report here.
detection is stressed as a core functionality of EPP solutions, breaking down
the category into three distinct sections: Advanced Malware Protection, Malware
Removal, and Application Control. Due to the limitations of traditional
anti-virus/malware solutions it’s important for organizations to look for
comprehensive tools which cater to all three malware detection categories. This
enables organizations to have a closed-loop solution which handles security
before, during, and after and attack.
also states that an ideal solution will cater to both well-known and not yet
identified malware, while at the same time allowing an organization to identify,
isolate/restrict, and eventually remove suspicious executables from your
offers one of the only solutions to offer advanced endpoint protection that focuses on lessening the impact
of IT security breaches before, during and after an attack. Our core
capabilities aim to reduce the attack surface and proactively deter advanced
persistent threats by:
administrative rights once local admin rights have been removed from user
and control all applications being installed or run. Can be used as
a precursor to default deny.
detection, incident response and remediation efforts via threat management
capabilities that collaborate with network security sandboxes and
firewalls, reputation database services, and SIEM.