Prevent the Majority of Threats with Endpoint Security

Prevent the Majority of Threats with Endpoint Security

There are many parts of running a business where you cannot be too careful, one of which is the realm of cybersecurity. Many of the preventative measures you can implement aim to keep issues from making their way to your infrastructure in the first place, which makes sense from an operational standpoint. With an endpoint detection and response solution—or EDR—you’ll take an important step toward keeping most threats off your infrastructure.

While an EDR is an inclusive solution that covers many bases, it’s not the only component of a successful network security strategy. Just keep this in mind while we explain EDR.

What Threats Does EDR Help Against?

There are a lot of threats that EDR is effective against. Most of the common threats your organization might face can be stopped with EDR before they ever reach your infrastructure. Here are some examples of this tool’s features:

  • A firewall for scanning incoming and outgoing network traffic for threats
  • Intrusion detection and prevention for monitoring for potential suspicious activity on your network
  • Antivirus and antimalware tools for eliminating malicious software on your network in real-time
  • Content filtering for keeping employees on task and protecting them from potentially malicious websites
  • Spam blocking for keeping wasteful and potentially dangerous messages out of your email inboxes

Why Should You Care About Endpoint Security?

The benefits of prioritizing endpoint security and protection in this way are numerous. Here are four of the biggest benefits:

  • Simplified management of your security solutions through one single platform
  • A more cost-effective but powerful single platform for all your IT security needs
  • Full protection against a wide array of threats, both known and unknown
  • The ability to scale your security solution to grow alongside your business

We’ll Get You the Security Solution You Need

If one thing can be said about cybersecurity, it’s that stopping threats in their tracks is astronomically more potent than letting them get further than they should. You’ll save time and resources that could be spent on making money rather than reacting to problems that have no business being there in the first place. Your reputation will thank you, too.

White Mountain IT Services is happy to promote network security by implementing an EDR solution for you. Call us at (603) 889-0800 to learn more about this tool.

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