Organizations in every industry struggle to secure endpoints – many don’t even know how many are connecting to the network, or where they are physically located. Yet, every device that connects to your network has the possibility of exposing sensitive data to threats. With the advent of IoT and BYOD, endpoints are no longer just desktops computers and laptops. They are now tablets and smartphones, barcode readers, Point of Sale terminals, and a variety of other specialized devices – all connecting to the internet and sending and transmitting valuable data. Endpoint security is essential to ensure that all devices comply with a certain set standards before being allowed access.
An effective endpoint security strategy will address your organization’s full breadth of endpoint concerns, including email, NAC and mobile device security. Digital Hands integrates the top network security solutions in the industry molding them into a single, all-encompassing suite of endpoint security solutions that will protect endpoints on your network from threats, as well as prevent endpoints from infecting your network with malware, ransomware or viruses.
Whether your company is looking for an all-inclusive managed security services solution, or simply some monitoring of your own solution, Digital Hands can provide you with the service and security that you need to maintain effective endpoint security.
Our endpoint defense solution includes
Email has become one of the most popular and widely exploited attack vectors. Because so much business communication is delivered over email, it is a ripe and easy target for attackers.
Mobile device security
The flexibility and agility afforded by mobility has made it easy for employees to work and helped organizations improve their customer engagement and much more. But with all of this flexibility comes risks.
Network Access Control
In order to work effectively, you must allow partners, customers, and third-party vendors to connect to your network. This flexibility introduces a host of new risks – each new device is a pathway on which malware can be injected into your network.