Focused Main Domains
Endpoint & Mobile
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The traditional network perimeter security is obsolete.
Endpoint data protection keeps your data safe from physical and virtual threats. However, the encryption used on its own still leaves vulnerabilities for sensitive data to be recovered. An active combined system of precise encryption and wiping mitigates these risks to achieve truly complete endpoint data protection.
Endpoint security protects the endpoints or entry points of end-user devices such as desktops, laptops, and mobile devices. They can prevent information security threats on a network or in the cloud and have progressed from anti-virus software to comprehensive protection against sophisticated malware and emerging zero-day threats. Nation-states, hacktivists, organized crime, and malicious and unintentional insider threats pose data breach risks to businesses of all sizes. As a result, endpoint security is frequently referred to as information security’s frontline, and it is one of the first places where companies look to secure their networks.
The demand for more advanced endpoint security solutions has grown in tandem with the volume and sophistication of cybersecurity threats. Endpoint protection systems today are built to detect, analyze, block quickly, and contain active attacks. To do so, they must work together and with other security technologies to provide administrators with visibility into advanced threats, allowing them to respond faster to detection and remediation. We can assist you in identifying and managing the appropriate endpoint security technologies for your specific needs.
Configurable Hardware Encrypted Devices
Remotely Manageable Hardware Encrypted Drives
Data Loss Prevention
Anti-Malware & EDR
Endpoint & Mobile Security Features
Endpoint Protection Platform (EPP)
In today’s modern agile workforce, there are so many layers to endpoint & mobile security, from how to manage it, monitor it, and provide it, to how to secure it. Managers have a hard time fully comprehending mobile and endpoint security and where their responsibilities lie. Securing employee devices has become an organisational responsibility.
Data Loss Prevention (DLP)
Data Loss Prevention (DLP) solutions are the practice of detecting and preventing data breaches, exfiltration, or unwanted destruction of sensitive data. Organisations can protect and secure their data and comply with regulations.
EndPoint Detection & Respond (EDR)
Endpoint detection and response (EDR) is an endpoint security solution that combines real-time continuous monitoring and collection of endpoint data with rules-based automated response and analysis capabilities. With EDR, organisations can identify & respond quickly to describe emerging security systems and detect and investigate suspicious activities on hosts and endpoints.
Benefits of Endpoint & Mobile Security
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In the current state, endpoint security is meant to quickly detect attacks.
Endpoint security aids cybersecurity teams in detecting and responding to threats faster. It also allows companies to monitor any mobile devices connected to their network, which is crucial considering the ubiquity of remote working.
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SUPPORT IN PATCH MANAGEMENT
Patch management is crucial for keeping internal systems secure as cybercriminals routinely employ unpatched endpoints as network gateways. Despite this, a typical endpoint is months behind on upgrades, raising the risk of a breach.
Endpoint security can also make patching easier and less disruptive to workflows.
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SHIELD FOR INVALUABLE DATA
Along with the previously mentioned advantages, endpoint security’s ability to secure and protect data is perhaps the most critical application. Data Loss Prevention (DLP) features modern endpoint security that prevents data from moving or being transferred outside of a company’s safe parameters, such as approved endpoints or set databases.
For ever-growing databases and the adoption of public clouds to store organizational data, this is critical. With most employees working from home post-COVID-19, DLP has an even greater responsibility to protect sensitive data from being compromised due to human error or faulty hardware and software configuration. In essence, CTOs face unique challenges in their search for agile and robust cybersecurity solutions because their employees work from various locations and have varying levels of security.
We believe that endpoint security is gaining traction due to the proliferation of connected devices on corporate networks due to ongoing digitization. Furthermore, the pandemic-induced requirement for remote work has prompted business leaders to consider the critical need for secure connectivity to existing networks and systems. Even so, Halodata is more ready than ever to offer you top notch solutions for your business.
Halodata: Focused Security Domain
We understand business information security gaps and requirements by working closely with your team and applying our extensive experience across various industries. As a result, our information security experts can help you reduce the security management burden while also delivering the expected results and more.