Endpoint Protection

  • Keeping the door closed on known threats while also preventing new ones is critical for endpoint defenses. New threats continue to become more evasive using macros and scripts, social engineering and business compromise.

  • Most endpoint protection solutions have weak detection and response features, so shopping with prevention in mind first can result in less than desirable endpoint detection and response (EDR) capabilities.

  • Finding the right EDR solution that works in conjunction with endpoint protection provides the best of both worlds – especially if within the same agent.

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Challenges to Overcome

  • Effective endpoint protection requires moving beyond legacy signature defenses, while avoiding the false positives and manual tuning associated with whitelists, isolation containers, and stand-alone ML anomaly detection.

  • Merging endpoint protection with detection features brings multiple buyers to the table – security operations, incident responders and IT management – each with different solution requirements.

Protect Your Endpoints with Multiple Defenses

  • Fidelis Endpoint® uses several engines to detect and stop malware, including antivirus (AV) with behavioral, heuristic and signature defenses, including boot sector protection and a global quarantine of detected malware for analysis.

  • process behavior blocking – which runs independently of your choice of AV – using hashes or YARA rules to extend prevention defenses; and process blocking using threat intelligence feeds as a source of hashes to block.

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