Endpoint Security Management

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The Advantages of Endpoint Security Management

Cut Security Costs

Reduce labor costs and time spent managing endpoint security by leveraging economies of scale and a team of cybersecurity experts.

Use an Expert Team

Get 24/7 access to a team of cybersecurity experts with diverse skills and real-world experience protecting your technology.

Patch Management Made Easy

Automate security updates, patch management, and proactive maintenance to protect your business. Are you aware that hackers exploit critical patches hours after their release?

The Advantages of Endpoint Security Management

The Advantages of Endpoint Security Management

Worry Less, Work More

When threats are stopped before they reach your corporate network or inbox, employees can focus on client value rather than risky clicks.

Cybersecurity Education

Regular cybersecurity alerts, training, and phishing simulations keep employees alert to internal and external threats.

24/7 Intelligent Remediation

Fast Fixx’s intelligent threat response and monitoring systems use machine learning to kill potential payloads and vulnerabilities automatically.

Managed Endpoint Detection and Response

Security used to be so simple. You installed anti-virus (AV) solutions, trained employees not to click on unknown links, and kept software and websites up to date.

AV solutions have done a great job of keeping small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) safe for many years. However, the threat patterns are changing, and SMBs need a different type of protection to combat these increasingly sophisticated, severe attacks.

Here’s why: AV solutions rely on signatures to detect threats, but the latest threats don’t use signatures and can slip through and enter your company’s networks undetected.

Here are a few examples of some of the risks we’re seeing in the marketplace now:

  • Weaponized documents may seem like harmless PDF attachments in your emails but execute attacks once they enter your network.
  • Fileless threats that don’t require downloads but execute from memory, making them difficult to identify.
  • Zero-day threats that an unknown computer vulnerability and exploit it before software or hardware providers can issue updates.
  • Continued ransomware attacks can disable IT networks as cyber-attackers demand huge ransoms to restore data and services.
82% of SMBs say they have experienced a cyberattack that their AV systems missed.

Containment and Response to Threats

Malware targets small businesses in over 43% of cyberattacks.

So endpoint security is vital.

To combat advanced security threats like malware, ransomware, phishing, social engineering campaigns, and even insider threats looking to steal intellectual property or company assets, endpoint security management is essential.

In addition to preventing file-based malware attacks, Fast Fixx’ EPP provides the security information and event management required after a dynamic security incident.

Advanced Mac and PC Security

We support Windows, Mac, Linux, and Android.

We protect businesses with multilayered defenses, machine learning, and human intervention.

Keeping an eye on your endpoint security systems is critical to protecting your company in the future.

Our Security Operations Center (SOC) constantly monitors user security and network access, closing gaps for hackers and other cybercriminals.

The Need for Endpoint Security Management

More than 70% of IT breaches start at an endpoint – a computer, laptop, smartphone, or POS terminal connected to the internet.

Endpoint security tools are now recommended for all businesses.

Maintaining network visibility is nearly impossible without managed endpoint security from experts.

With Fast Fixx’s help, you can ensure that your entire organization is protected.

Keep Your Business Safe from the Latest Threats

You want to keep your business, employees, and all your devices safe from cyberattacks. And we all know that mobile devices are often the weakest link of IT security, as workers use less caution on the go they do in the office.

Here’s why Managed Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) is the best choice now for your IT security and business continuity.

Managed Endpoint Detection and Response Anti-Virus Solutions
Gain freedom from ransomware by rolling back devices to their pre-infection state. You can’t roll back to a pre-infection state, increasing your ransomware risks.
Use artificial intelligence (AI) to detect and prevent known and emerging threats, with continual updates to the platform. Use signatures to identify threats, meaning capabilities lag cyber-attackers latest strategies.
Monitor processes before, during, and after execution to prevent new threats from slipping in. Fly blind during execution, creating an entry point for new threats from savvy attackers.
Monitor your systems in real-time. Rely on daily or weekly scans, increasing your risks.
Keep device performance fast with continual monitoring. It can slow down your device performance with long scans.

Never worry about ransomware again with Managed EDR. Just click and restore your devices to their pre-infection state.

How Managed EDR Benefits You

  • Protect your business from ransomware attacks – Gain peace of mind by using Managed EDR to roll back all devices to their pre-threat state. Click restore infected machines to total productivity, no matter which strain of ransomware is holding them hostage. There’s no need to pay expensive ransoms to cyber-attackers or hire high-priced consultants to rebuild network access. Managed EDR pays for itself by keeping you safe and secure.
  • Increase employee productivity – Eliminate threats that outwit traditional AV solutions and maintain faster device performance, creating fewer distractions that eat into employee productivity.
  • Let the experts manage it for you – Don’t spend time trying to support and manage your systems and security. Focus on running and growing your business with ongoing support from your managed service provider.

Advanced Endpoint Security Options

We provide comprehensive endpoint security solutions that use AI and machine learning to detect and respond to workstations, host servers, and mobile devices threats. Our cybersecurity experts automate the detection and response to sophisticated endpoint threats.

Multi-layered Security

Fast Fixx combines multilayered technology, machine learning, and human intervention to provide the highest level of security for our customers. Our cutting-edge technology adapts to changing threat vectors to provide optimal detection, false-positive detection, and performance.

Support for Multiple Platforms

Fast Fixx’s endpoint protection solution works on Windows, Mac, Linux, and Android. We manage your team’s cybersecurity across mobile devices, computers, and servers from a centralized command center.

Unmatched Performance

The performance impact of an endpoint solution across users and hardware is often a company’s main concern. Notre endpoint security software continues to perform well. Gain security without slowing down your users’ computers.

Artificial Intelligence + Human Intervention

Fast Fixx uses neural networks and advanced classification algorithms to remediate threats automatically. Rest assured that our Security Operations Center (SOC) responds to alerts to stop bad actors from compromising your network manually.

How Managed EDR Works You

Prevent ransomware attacks – Use Managed EDR to restore all devices to their pre-threat state. Click to restore infected machines’ productivity, regardless of ransomware strain. There’s no need to pay ransoms to hackers or hire expensive consultants to regain network access. Managed EDR saves you money by keeping you safe.

Boost employee output – Improve device performance, reduce distractions, and increase productivity by eliminating security threats that outwit traditional anti-virus solutions.

Leave it to the pros – Don’t waste time supporting and managing network security. Focus on running and growing your business with managed service provider support.

Frequently Asked Questions

Listed below are answers to some frequently asked questions. If you have any questions, please call us.

What is endpoint protection?

In the first place, an endpoint is any internet-enabled device that connects to a network, such as smartphones or tablets.

Endpoint security protects end-user devices from being used as a conduit for malicious actors to access the network, resulting in data breaches, intellectual property theft, or worse, ransomware infection.

Many businesses cannot afford to build a Security Operation Center (SOC) or hire a team of cybersecurity experts, so they employ a third party to protect their network, devices, and valuable data.

Managed endpoint security service providers leverage economies of scale, deep experience, and operational maturity to serve businesses that need essential security to protect their businesses, clients, and employees from malicious threats.

How vital is endpoint security?

Endpoint security is critical to your company’s success. Some business owners may view endpoint security as an afterthought or an insurance policy, but thinking in these terms can force businesses to close permanently.

Any internet-connected devices that connect to your business networks, such as smartphones, laptops, tablets, desktop workstations, printers, or specialized hardware like POS terminals or retail kiosks, can be hacked.

Endpoint security aims to secure every endpoint connected to a network to prevent threats from entering.

What is a vulnerability assessment?

It is called vulnerability assessment to find security flaws and vulnerabilities in computer networks, systems, hardware, software, and other IT components.

Vulnerability assessments give cybersecurity teams and other stakeholders the data they need to evaluate and prioritize threats in today’s ever-changing threat landscape.

Human error, negligence, insider or external threat are all causes of data breaches. Vulnerability assessments are an essential part of the vulnerability management and IT risk management lifecycles.

Risk exposures or vulnerabilities are identified by vulnerability assessment analysts using vulnerability scanners, penetration testing software, and phishing simulators.

What is the cost of a vulnerability assessment?

Data breaches typically cost SMBs between $36,000 and $50,000, but related costs such as fines, forensic assessments, lost clientele, and brand reputation damage can add up. A ransomware attack could put an organization out of business if it cannot restore or access critical encrypted data.

Your company may have the best endpoint and security software installed. Still, a determined hacker or a careless employee can bring the system to its knees.

As Shawn Henry noted after the Target cyberattack, “Innovation is part of the solution, but it is not the only solution.” Today, this is more true than ever. Using only generic antivirus software puts your company, employees, and clients at risk.

Many small businesses hire a third party to perform a security audit because they lack the necessary IT security experience or knowledge.

Getting an assessment by a company specializing in this field can be costly, but it ensures that all security controls are in place, risks are minimized, and vulnerabilities are patched.

A security audit can cost anywhere from $1,000 to $50,000, depending on your organization’s size, IT infrastructure, and the scope of the audit.

Large auditing firms charge up to $500 per hour to review your network for vulnerabilities and noncompliance.

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