Next-generation endpoint protection blocks malware and infections by identifying and preventing the handful of techniques and behaviors used in almost every exploit. Next-generation or advanced endpoint protection (AEP) no longer relies on signatures to catch malware, which means it is detecting zero-day threats without adversely affecting the performance of your device. By correlating threat indicators, an AEP solution can block web and application exploits, dangerous URLs, potentially unwanted apps and malicious code from ever touching your endpoints.
Our senior network & security engineers will help you to select the best solution for protecting your endpoints and servers against known and unknown malware.
A vulnerability scanner is used to assess computers, networks or applications and to discover known system weaknesses. They are utilized in the identification and detection of vulnerabilities arising from misconfigurations or flawed programming within a network-based asset such as a firewall, router, web server, application server, etc.
Vulnerability scanners allow for both authenticated and unauthenticated scans. Authenticated scans (using system credentials) will provide detailed and accurate information about the operating system and installed software, including configuration issues and missing security patches. Unauthenticated scans will determine the security posture of externally accessible assets.
Our senior network & security engineers will help you to select the best vulnerability scanner suited to assess your installed network base.