Autonomous Endpoint Protection and ResponseWhat if You Could Defend Every Endpoint Against Every Type of Attack, at Every Stage in the Threat Lifecycle?
Common Endpoint Security Problems
Too Many Products
We keep adding endpoint agents in an attempt to protect our data. It’s not uncommon to see 6, 8 or more security agents on enterprise boxes.
Too Many Alerts
How you set up and prioritise which alerts to look at and act on is the basis for an effective threat management strategy.
Too Few Staff
Skilled IT staff and security experts are in short supply globally. This skills gap significantly increases cyber security risk.
With endpoint security risks rising and traditional methods falling behind, a robust endpoint detection and response solution is vital for organisations to defend themselves against the increasing frequency and complexity of the threat landscape. Modern malware is sophisticated and constantly changing. Fortunately, there is a solution that provides detection capabilities to keep up with the constant changes…
Autonomous Endpoint Protection and Response
It unifies prevention, detection, and response in a single purpose-built agent powered by machine learning and automation. It provides prevention and detection of attacks across all major vectors, rapid elimination of threats with fully automated, policy-driven response capabilities, and complete visibility into the endpoint environment with full-context, real-time forensics.
Benefits and Features
- Autonomous multi-layered prevention that covers all attack vectors, even offline.
- Mitigation of the full context of malicious activity.
- Cross-platform visibility into endpoints.
- Visibility into encrypted traffic; all applications and running processes.
- Managed console hosted in the cloud, on-premise, or in a hybrid model.
- Higher efficacy and an optimal end-user experience.
- Automatically isolate infected devices and immunise the remaining of the endpoint estate.
- Recover files in the highly unlikely case of ransomware.
Autonomous Endpoint Protection Buyer's Guide
Endpoint security is not new, but what exactly is so different about autonomous endpoint protection? Do you need autonomous protection in addition to antivirus, advanced threat response, endpoint detection and response? This Buyer’s Guide addresses these questions as well the 6 things you need to know to make the right decision.
How It Works
Autonomous Endpoint Protection focuses on what’s right for each system, no signature updates/active scans are needed, and endpoints (on major mobile, desktop/ laptop, and server operating systems) are always protected, whether you’re on or off the network.
It closely monitors every process and thread on the system, down to the kernel level providing a view of system-wide operations – system calls, network functions, I/O, registry, and more – as well as historical information, provides a full context view that distinguishes benign from malicious behaviour. Once a malicious pattern is identified and scored, it triggers an immediate set of responses ending the attack before it begins. Responses include:
Easy-to-configure policies that kill the process, quarantine or delete malicious binaries and all associated remnants, and remove the endpoint from the network.
As soon an attack is prevented, details are immediately shared to other endpoints within the network, immunising those systems that might be part of a coordinated attack.
Automatically restore deleted or modified files to their pre-attack state.
A 360-degree view of the attack including file information, path, machine name, IP, domain, and more (available within Secrutiny or through your SIEM) In addition, Secrutiny EPP is a single, lightweight solution that uses an average of 1-2% CPU, so endpoints are able to do what they’re supposed to do – be a laptop, desktop, mobile device, or server.
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