We all hear about endpoint protection solutions in our daily lives, but how many of us have actually looked at the current state of play in the market? In this article, we have compiled a list of the top ten endpoint protection software solutions that are available today, and what their specific pros and cons are.
It has become ever more important for people to understand the importance of endpoint protection, as more people fall victim to cybercrime. Endpoint systems are an essential barrier that is there to protect your company, data and users from malicious actors that wish to steal company secrets and user information.
Symantec Endpoint Protection 14
Symantec has one of the world’s most advanced single-agent endpoint systems that is able to detect, prevent and respond to threats, while employing deceptive and adaptive techniques to thwart attackers from compromising the systems on your network. Symantec Endpoint uses the Insight platform to help collect and build up reputational data about specific files and program behaviors across 200 million systems around the world.
Symantec Endpoint Protection is available on Linux, Windows and Mac OS devices, making it an ideal choice for medium-sized enterprises that need effective protection from malware, viruses and hackers.
- Excellent antivirus and malware detection capabilities
- Effective file quarantine
- Easy to deploy and update across the network
- Initial setup can be time-consuming
- Pricing makes sense for SMB sized organizations
Symantec is a capable product that is able to block malicious software from affecting your operations within the business. It is lightweight and is suitable for small to medium sized businesses. Check out this datasheet for more information.
2. CrowdStrike Falcon Endpoint Protection
Crowdstrike Falcon is a next-generation antivirus with endpoint protection and response, with added managed threat hunting. It is able to prevent (Read more...)
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