With multiple security functions integrated into a single cloud security service you have the flexibility to secure direct-to-internet access, cloud app usage and remote workers.
Cisco Talos analyses millions of malware samples and terabytes of data per day and pushes that intelligence to Cisco Secure Endpoint Agent and uses this context-rich knowledge base to proactively defend against known and emerging threats.
Cisco Secure Endpoint agent blocks malware trying to enter your network in real time. Using AV detection engines, signature matching, machine learning, and fuzzy fingerprinting, it analyses files at point of entry to catch known and unknown malware.
Advanced sandboxing capabilities perform automated analysis of files against more than 700 behavioural indicators. CommuniCloud Security Analysts then uses this to uncover stealthy threats and block sophisticated attacks.
Once a file enters your network, Cisco Secure Endpoint continues to watch, analyse, and record its activity. If malicious behaviour is spotted later, it will send a retrospective alert indicating where the malware came from and where it’s been.
Mass migration to cloud services have paved the way for a productive remote workforce. However the anonymity of remote workers along with the use of home based or un-secure networks is a major driver for the transformation in enterprise security.
Network decentralisation and a remote workforce are just some of the challenges facing organisations in the new normal. New anonymity of employees and more access to networks outside of the control of corporate IT require a new way of managing endpoint security.
The top 3 reasons organisations are looking at Cisco Secure Endpoint are:
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