Sangfor Endpoint Secure

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Additional Info

Company (that provides the nominated product / solution / service)Sangfor Technologies
Company size (employees)5,000 to 9,999
Type of solutionSoftware

In 3 bullets, summarize why this product or service is different from the competition and deserves recognition:

1. Simpler, smarter monitoring
• Scheduled or on-demand vulnerability scanning (scan can be initiated by NGAF)
• Vulnerability Scan results provide informative patch recommendations, including global threat correlation
• Compliance monitoring compares endpoint security configuration with organizational security policies
• Enterprise asset tracking
• Cloud malware sandbox for dynamic analysis
• Endpoint Secure Protect Agent Ransomware Honeypot capability

2. Simpler, smarter response to threats
• Real-time Threat Intelligence from cloud-based Neural-X recognizes new malware signatures discovered by Sangfor TI sources
• One-Click/Automatic Host Micro-Isolation disconnects multiple endpoints from the network, containing the spread of malware
• One-Click/Automatic File Disposal deletes or quarantines malware from multiple endpoints
• Network-Wide Threat Disposal allows the administrator to respond quickly to a large malware outbreak
• NGAF integration can prevent malware from communicating with Command & Control servers and propagation across the enterprise

3. All it takes is one breach.
Endpoint Secure concentrates on response, ready to contain and mitigate that one breach WHEN it happens.

Brief Overview

Sangfor Endpoint Secure is a different approach to defending systems from malware and advanced persistent threats (APTs). Endpoint Secure is part of Sangfor’s XDDR security framework, a truly integrated security solution, providing a holistic response to malware infections and APT breaches across the entire organization’s network, with ease of management, operation, and maintenance.

Endpoint Secure is a different approach to protecting endpoints. Even with Sangfor Engine Zero anti-malware analysis engines’ extremely high detection success rate, it is still not 100% effective. No solution is. Thus, we consider anti-malware to be a “best effort.” Effective security is being prepared for “when” something gets through, and not “if” it gets through.