Endpoint Security

Endpoint Security AI SaaS includes malware and suspicious behavior detection, vulnerability notification, policy conformance, and biometric multi-factor authentication. Through multiple protection mechanisms, the safety factor of endpoints can be evaluated, and information security risks and threats can be reduced.

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Endpoint Protection

Detects when software with known vulnerabilities is installed on endpoints to prevent hackers or malware from compromising the system. Endpoint Security also checks endpoint compliance with organization security policies, such as GCB (Government Configuration Baseline).

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Enhancing Systems

AI-based malware and behavior detection can complement existing endpoint antivirus software, detect unknown malware, and reduce the risk of endpoints being attacked by APT attacks.

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Users must pass biometric multi-factor authentication when logging in or executing high-privilege commands, which prevents hackers from obtaining high privileges at endpoints and causing severe system & network damage.



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