Endpoint security is one of the basics of company cybersecurity posture. We offer following services:

Current environment assessment

This is the initial phase where we evaluate your existing endpoint security practices. This includes a comprehensive audit of all the devices (PCs, laptops, smartphones, etc.) that connect to your corporate network, and an analysis of how well they are protected. We identify any vulnerabilities, outdated software, or potential security gaps that might make your system susceptible to attacks.

Improvement plans

After assessing your current environment, we craft a detailed action plan to bolster your endpoint security. This includes addressing identified vulnerabilities, implementing advanced security measures, and establishing regular update routines. We design these plans to be flexible and adaptable to the ever-evolving threat landscape, and to align with your organization's specific needs and objectives.

MDM design, deployment and operation

Mobile Device Management (MDM) has become a critical component of IT security with the increasing use of personal devices for work. Our team can help design and deploy an MDM solution tailored to your business's needs, which can include control over access permissions, remote wiping of data, and automatic deployment of necessary updates. Post-deployment, we can also manage the operation of the MDM to ensure continuous protection of all your mobile devices.

Security baselines implementation

A security baseline defines a set of fundamental security measures that every device or system in your organization should meet. Our go-to standard is the CIS (Center for Internet Security) baselines, but we can work with any preferred or mandatory baseline that your organization needs to comply with. Implementing a security baseline ensures a basic level of security across all your systems, and can greatly simplify the management and auditing of your security posture.

Endpoint hardening

Endpoint hardening is the process of securing individual devices to make them more resilient to attacks. This process goes beyond basic security measures and includes advanced techniques like reducing system vulnerabilities, setting up firewalls, and limiting unnecessary software. We can design, plan, and implement hardening measures for endpoints that handle sensitive data or require enhanced security due to their function or exposure.