Endpoint security refers to end user devices, such as desktops, laptops, and mobile devices. However, it also refers to any device that has access to or receives information from the internet, such as smart devices that we use every day; like that badge access system to let your employees through the door, or the security camera system you have in place, or the smartwatch you wear on your arm. All of these types of devices can be an entry point if not protected properly. This is one of the key benefits of n@d@r being a hardware device instead of a software based system. It can see every communication that passes through your internet connection and is not limited to the devices that can have a software agent installed on them. This is true endpoint protection!
Whether its endpoint protection or cloud based applications, data has become the foundation of our way of life and critical for companies to protect. Your most sensitive data lives on endpoint devices and in the cloud. Protect what matters most from cyberattacks. Fortify every edge of your network with real time autonomous protection.