Historically, network endpoints have been easy to locate and define – desktop PCs, phones and printers for example.
Now, however, the situation is much more complex and fluid. Laptops, BYO devices and smartphones – all associated with users – and IoT devices such as CCTV cameras with no user association are all potential points of access for malware to infiltrate the network – and all of them must be secured.
such as GDPR and protect reputation
of data loss/compromise and the potential associated financial penalties
Avoid constant upgrade cycles of point products thereby protecting investments
Reduces risk by protecting against both current and emerging threats
Endpoints can be broadly categorised as managed or unmanaged and Axial’s suite of solutions covers both, helping to ensure full coverage and a consistent level of security. In summary, Axial’s approach for managed endpoints are:
of both managed and un-managed endpoints
Threat intelligence provides constant updates thereby reducing management overhead
Significant reduction in time to resolution
Framework approach provides integration of all aspects and communication between them