Cyber attacks target your employees and their workstations in the hope of gaining a beachhead into the corporate environment. One wrong click or download, and ransomware or other malicious threat may spread laterally (east-west) across the internal network.
Victims of cyber attacks aren’t always with the biggest brand or revenue generation. Sixty-one percent are companies with less than 1,000 employees. Strong protection and control at the endpoint is more critical today than ever.
OPAQ Advanced Endpoint Security
OPAQ’s Endpoint Protection-as-a-Service (EPaaS) provides the enterprise-grade protection and control you need to prevent attacks, reduce attack surface, and enable instantaneous incident response.
Through the OPAQ Agent you get always-on, next-generation endpoint security within hours, without the manually intensive equipment reconfiguration and costly traffic backhaul that can drain your network security budget.
OPAQ EPaaS empowers your network management team to:
Protect your users with not only antivirus and antispyware, but multi-factor authentication, malware detection, and strong endpoint detection and response (EDR).
Apply advanced remote and mobile security that is “always on,” even when people are not using enterprise VPN protection.
Easily encrypt data on the endpoint device’s disk and across the WAN at large.
Be able to identify traffic at an advanced application level – ensure you have protection and processes against suspicious macro enablement, file-less malware threats, and distributed denial of service (DDoS) inlets.
Microsegment – split WAN traffic into subnetworks to secure communications from workstation to workstation, workstation to server, and server to server, reducing the risk of lateral malware spread.
Administer Zero Trust security best practices as you orchestrate traffic in dynamic and cost-optimum ways by leveraging the cloud.
You’ll gain key capabilities such as:
Network intrusion prevention and detection (IPS/IDS)
External IP inspection and filtering
URL inspection and filtering
Internet exposure minimization through direct peering with all major cloud providers (AWS, Azure, Google) and more than 180 content and Internet service providers
Carrier-grade upstream transit capacity in excess of 150Gbps