End Point Security

As your company grows, the number of endpoints will increase exponentially and the management of these endpoints will become more difficult, and the requirements for authorization management and control will change. Especially now as remote working is being more popular, ensuring endpoint security will primarily protect your employees. Example to one of the biggest problems that can be experienced at endpoints is the WannaCry ransomware crisis, which affected 150 countries in 2017 and caused a loss of 4 billion dollars.

Examples of important practices in the sector include PoLP, known as the principle of least privilege (e.g. removing local admin privileges), sandboxing, automatic privilege escalation systems, and detecting unused privileges with algorithms.

Endpoint Privilege Management (EPM)

When various companies are analyzed, it is observed that about 90% of the vulnerabilities are caused by admin rights that are defined more than necessary. Thanks to the Least Privilege approach offered by our Endpoint Privilege Management (EPM) solutions, these vulnerabilities can be prevented by removing the admin rights given to users and allowing them to escalating rights on application/command/process basis, as well as application usage control, logging and reporting.