Need help securing your endpoints?

What is an Endpoint

Any device that is connected to a network, either physically or wirelessly. Laptops, desktops, mobile phones, tablets, servers, and virtual environments can all be considered endpoints.

In a business environment Endpoints under protection are typically considered as desktops, laptops, and servers.

Why do our Endpoints need protection?

Endpoint security is crucial for businesses of all sizes. Cybercriminals are constantly devising new ways to take advantage of employees, infiltrate networks, and steal private information. And while smaller businesses may think they’re too small to be targeted, it’s actually the opposite. Cybercriminals are banking on your feeling that way, and will specifically target smaller businesses in the hopes that they haven’t implemented adequate security. Whether you’re a small office with under 10 employees or a multinational corporation, you need to make sure you have a reliable endpoint protection solution place.

How can they be protected?

Endpoint protection works by providing a combination of layered security, and backup solutions. These solutions provides both cloud-based and local real-time protection to continuously monitor and adapt to each threat, while keeping an offsite copy of an entire endpoint (backup) in the event of a disaster, hardware failure, or breach.
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3 Reasons to Protect your Endpoints

Your critical data and hardware may just be more than servers and cloud applications. Consider the following in protecting your entire infrastructure, including endpoints.

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