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Protection against threats


Comprehensive protection against the most complex cyber threats in:


End points


Endpoint security, the critical first line of a network's cybersecurity defense, protects end users and endpoint devices—desktops, laptops, mobiles, servers—from cyberattacks. Endpoint security also protects the network against adversaries who attempt to use endpoint devices to launch cyberattacks on sensitive data and other assets on the network.

Email security is the process of preventing email cyber attacks and unwanted communications. It includes protecting inboxes from hijacking, protecting domains from phishing, stopping phishing attacks, preventing fraud, blocking malware from being sent, filtering spam email, and the use of encryption to protect the content of emails from unauthorized persons.


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Data center


Data center security addresses the practices and preparation that keep a data center protected from threats, attacks, and unauthorized access. Some aspects of data center security include physical security, which requires facility planning to prevent physical intrusions, and network security, where security engineers install passwords and malware protection programs to prevent breaches. .

Protecting mobile devices requires a unified, multi-layered approach. There are essential components to mobile device security, but each approach can be a little different. To optimize security, you need to find the approach that best suits your network.

Mobile devices


Applications and services  cloud


Web application security is the practice of protecting websites, applications, and APIs from attacks. It's a broad discipline, but its ultimate goals are to keep web applications running smoothly and protect businesses from cyber vandalism, data theft, unethical competition, and other negative consequences.

Cloud security is a cybersecurity discipline dedicated to securing cloud computing systems. It includes keeping data private and secure across infrastructure, applications and online platforms. Securing these systems involves the efforts of cloud providers and the customers who use them, whether an individual, a small or medium-sized business, or an organization.

Security virtualization acts as a barrier to protect perimeter access to the network. It provides specific security services and ensures traffic isolation within the cloud, as well as offering customizable firewall controls as an additional management service.

Virtualization environments


Detection & Response


Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) is a layered, integrated approach to endpoint protection that combines constant real-time monitoring and analysis of endpoint data with automated rules-based response.

As remote work becomes more common, strong endpoint security is an increasingly critical component of any organization's cybersecurity strategy. It is essential to implement an effective EDR security solution to protect both the company and the remote employee from cyber threats.

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