The main objective of Comodo Endpoint Security is to safeguard enterprise endpoints in a network when they are accessed through remote devices. This is because an entry point for a security threat is usually due to a single device, like a laptop or other wireless device, with a remote connection.
So Comodo Endpoint Security takes a “centralised approach” to protecting all endpoints available. This ranges from desktops, laptops and servers to smartphones and other IoT devices connected to the corporate IT network. Comodo believe that this strategy will enable efficient, effective and easier security management.
Key features include:
- Interact remotely.
- Keep system requirements low.
- Simplify administration.
- Lower response time.
- Containment with auto-sandboxing.
- Easy management.
The Comodo Endpoint Security platform has seven layers. These include a firewall, antivirus, web URL filtering, host intrusion, auto-sandbox (containment), host intrusion prevention, file reputation and viruscope (behavioural analysis). Combined in one single offering, Comodo say that this is the best and most effective way to protect both small and large customers from known and unknown threats.
Moreover the program boasts an array of other features which enhance the usability of this well-oiled security machine. By giving the customer more control through this one-of-a-kind containment technology that automatically sandboxes unknown malware in a ‘Virtual Desktop’ it will take away the worry. Endpoint will also simplify your administration through ‘pull’ and ‘push’ deployment which will save time and make management more straightforward.
Overall, Comodo Endpoint Security not only offers a safe and efficient collaboration of security features – it also has an incredibly user-friendly interface. Operating on Windows, the recent update too has received great plaudits and achieved a wealth of five star reviews. As Comodo say, the Endpoint Security program checks all the boxes.