Endpoint security ensures the protection of endpoints, or points of entry to your network, through connected devices. This includes laptops, tablets, mobile phones and other wireless devices that create an attack path for security threats.
Today’s endpoint protection must go beyond just anti-virus software. Your endpoints are your weakest links in your organization and are often overlooked as a major attack vector, with only a small percentage of IT budget dedicated to endpoint security.
An endpoint breach gives the bad guys access to your devices and your network, enabling the ability to leak sensitive data and deliver ransomware. The cost of one piece of ransomware can be catastrophic to your business operations and brand reputation.
By protecting endpoints, we prevent threats from ever getting in. With a strategy that incorporates prevention, detection, awareness and response, we can stop disruptive cyber threats and keep our networks safe.
Secure endpoints help stop disruptive threats to ultimately reduce risk and keep your data and operations safe. ePlus strives to better protect our customers’ data and brand and enable positive business outcomes. We leverage partnerships with leading technology providers and couple that with deep technical knowledge and experience, providing a consultative and comprehensive approach to stopping disruptive cyber threats and improving your security posture. Click here.
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