Safeguard your network with endpoint protection

Protecting your business from cyberattack is essential in safeguarding sensitive data and customer information. Endpoint protection can effectively secure devices across your organization, ensure you remain compliant, and will enable you to proactively identify, detect, respond, and block any threats to your organization, anytime, anywhere.

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What is an endpoint protection system?

Endpoint protection (also known as endpoint security) is security software that examines data before it enters or exits your network or cloud application to protect endpoints from malicious activity and prevent sensitive data from falling into the wrong hands.

Providing a proactive response to network threats, endpoint protection will reduce the chance of malware being downloaded onto your devices, and ensure your business also remains compliant with required compliance regulations.

What is considered an endpoint?

An endpoint can be defined as any digital device that is connected to your network and could be used as a point of entry for malware, viruses, and other threats. Common endpoints include:

  • Desktops and laptops
  • Mobiles
  • Tablets
  • Printers
  • Servers
  • Payment systems
  • Music speakers (such as Bose or Sonos)
  • Fitness trackers and other health wearables (Fitbit, Apple Watch, Garmin)
  • Virtual assistants (such as Google Home or Amazon Alexa)

Why is endpoint protection crucial for business?

The rise of remote working and use of smart technology has led businesses to acquire an increasing number of endpoints, providing ample opportunities for cyberattacks to grow both in size and sophistication.

From zero-day attacks, where hackers can identify any unpatched software vulnerabilities across your endpoints, ransomware, which can encrypt data or infected devices, to computer exploits which enable hackers to create a “security exploit,” once a single device on your network is compromised, your business is at risk of significant financial harm.

In 2021, the global average cost of a data breach amounted to $4.24 million, an increase from $3.86 million the previous year. Reallocating resources to resolve potential damages, businesses could also be at risk of further reputational and regulatory costs if compliance requirements are breached.

Alongside the use of a Virtual Private Network (VPN), which can secure your personal data and protect your privacy online, endpoint protection looks to protect these endpoints.

How does AVG Cloud Management Console deliver essential endpoint protection?

Businesses will need to implement endpoint security to ensure they remain compliant, keep all endpoints protected against any potential vulnerabilities, and retain the benefits of an agile workforce, without additional risk.

Offering a range of features to compliment your existing security solutions, AVG's centralized Cloud Management Console can seamlessly integrate with your existing architecture and regulatory requirements, securing all your business endpoints, offering multi-layered protection, and monitoring your devices in real-time.

Other key features include:

Is endpoint protection the same as antivirus?

Antivirus can only secure your network from a single endpoint but cannot protect multiple endpoints, and will need to be updated manually, whereas endpoint protection can protect all endpoints anytime, anywhere.

Endpoint protection, such as AVG Cloud Management Console, offers a suite of solutions, including antivirus, which effectively protects all your devices. This includes all servers, workstations, and mobile devices, guaranteeing robust visibility from a single location and protecting from a variety of threats, including ransomware attacks and phishing scams, that can bypass antivirus software if not updated.

System requirements

Windows 7 (Service Pack 1), 8, 8.1, 10 (Pro, Education, Enterprise, CB, CBB, LTSB).
Windows Server (64-bit version) 2022, 2019 (excl. Server Core Edition), 2016, 2012, 2008 R2 (latest Service Pack) Microsoft Exchange Server (64-bit version) 2019, 2016, 2013, 2010 (Service Pack 2) Microsoft SharePoint Services 3.0 and Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 and higher
Intel Pentium 4 / AMD Athlon 64 CPU supporting SSE2 instructions, 256 MB+ RAM, and 2 GB of hard disk space.
Microsoft Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome

Bolster your business security with AVG Cloud Management Console

AVG Cloud Management Console is a platform that offers your business an extra layer of protection across all endpoints. It provides the ability to monitor potential threats, ensures that your network and devices are updated in real-time, and delivers robust compliance.

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