Businesses today face an increasingly dynamic and fast-changing environment, so they must stay updated with the latest cybersecurity technologies. Endpoint protection is one such technology, and it is essential for organisations that must comply with regulations. Endpoint protection provides a layer of defence against malicious software and other security threats. It can detect and stop malware before compromising the system, which is vital for compliance.
With endpoint protection, businesses can also be sure that their data is safe, as it can detect any suspicious activity and alert the user. On top of that, endpoint protection can help businesses stay in compliance by providing auditing and reporting features and automated software updates. Endpoint protection allows companies to remain secure and compliant, protecting their data and customers.
Here at 101 Data Solutions, we provide the best endpoint protection software with a suite of security tools that detect, block and remove malware. In addition, our solutions monitor, manage and resolve endpoint-related issues, such as device compatibility, security threats, and performance issues.
Business growth and evolving user needs often increase the number of devices connected to the network, which puts a strain on IT staff, who spend more time troubleshooting issues. Endpoint management solutions give companies visibility into their endpoints and the ability to manage them from a central console. This simplifies IT processes, reducing the time and effort IT staff spend managing endpoints.
Real-time device visibility
Enterprises must be aware of all the devices used on their networks to protect themselves against security threats and ensure compliance with company standards. All devices connected to the network should have an identification and authentication process. Endpoint management solutions give businesses real-time visibility into the location and activities of all devices on their networks. Since endpoint management solutions integrate with identity and security management systems, they can also provide more visibility into who is on the network. This includes employees, contractors, guests, and other connected devices. Visibility into device activity can be helpful in troubleshooting issues. This can consist of looking for abnormal behaviour or understanding why an employee connects from a different location. By combining visibility and device management tools, endpoint management solutions can help organisations meet regulatory compliance requirements such as GDPR, PCI DSS, and ISO/IEC 27001.
Easy endpoint compliance
Businesses need to ensure the devices their employees use to access the network are secure and compliant. Endpoint solutions can help enterprises meet these requirements, putting less stress on the IT staff responsible for device management. This can include automating the approval of devices and integrating existing asset and inventory management systems. These tools can also help organisations maintain device inventories, which is necessary for meeting compliance standards. Ensuring devices are compliant and adhering to company policy is essential in ensuring the entire network’s security.
Network security protection
IT departments are constantly monitoring the security of their networks to detect signs of malicious activity and prevent data breaches. Endpoint management solutions can provide continuous monitoring of devices connected to the network. This includes monitoring the endpoints for signs of malicious activity and mapping network traffic to identify potential issues that could lead to a breach. Endpoint management solutions protect from external attacks such as denial-of-service (DoS) attacks and bandwidth-related problems. This can be accomplished through the use of bandwidth management tools. Endpoint management solutions can also help businesses respond to security threats in real time. This often includes blocking malicious behaviour and preventing data breaches. Endpoint management solutions can help organisations meet regulatory compliance requirements by providing network security capabilities.
Investing in 101 Data Solutions endpoint management software can simplify the management of devices on the network and reduce the time and effort spent on managing and resolving issues, as well as reducing the risk of data breaches by securing devices and monitoring usage. Contact our team today for more information.
About Brett Edgecombe, Managing Director, 101 Data Solutions
Even as a child living in Canada, Brett always had an interest in technology, so starting his career within the technology industry was a natural progression in 1998 when it began at the UK’s first ISP, Compuserve Interactive Services in Bristol.
He has first-hand experience in modern Enterprise Storage Infrastructure solutions, having worked at Sun Microsystems in 2000, where he worked with large commercial and education customers across the UK.
Brett created 101 Data Solutions in 2008 with a focus on Data Storage centric delivered through high-quality technology solutions direct to businesses throughout the UK. His strategic vision and sector knowledge allows him to bring excellence to 101’s customers through experience, technical foresight and relationship building.