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Malwarebytes Endpoint Protection
Malwarebytes Endpoint Protection
- Non-disruptive, deployment within minutes (even on AD networks)
- One endpoint agent, for all Malwarebytes services, simple integration
- An intuitive cloud management console that is also used by our SOC.
Advantages and opportunities
Comprehensive protection and speed
Many endpoint security solutions flood endpoints with ever-growing databases of malware signatures, and this leads to poor performance due to heavy scanning algorithms. In contrast, Malwarebytes uses a single, low-demand agent that quickly identifies and blocks the execution of malicious code without affecting device performance.
Sophisticated web protection
The Web Protection module proactively prevents users from accessing malicious sites, malicious ads, scam networks, and suspicious URLs, as well as downloading potentially unwanted programs and those that would lead to potentially unwanted modifications. You can also add additional blacklisted or whitelisted domains, depending on your organization's policies.
The right kind of Machine learning
Instead of training for malware, Malwarebytes' Machine Learning model is trained to recognize good software - properly signed code from known vendors. The result is a predictive malware inference that becomes faster to determine and more accurate over time.
The fastest threat intelligence on the market
Take advantage of malware detection and remediation information collected from millions of enterprise and private end devices. Even new, unidentified malware is usually eliminated before it can affect your endpoints because its runtime behavior is actively monitored.
Protected devices and services
Malwarebytes secures your devices by blocking public exploits, stopping unauthorized code execution, and interrupting communication with proven malicious malware servers to dramatically reduce the risk of your organization being compromised.
Malwarebytes performs constant behavior-based analysis, provides near-real-time identification of behavior that is clearly malicious, and automatically blocks the threat, providing the most proactive and intelligent protection on the market today.
All Cloud management
A full suite of endpoint protection functionality and automation capabilities, managed by the Malwarebytes Nebula cloud platform and accessible from an intuitive user interface, make fighting malware a matter of clicks, not writing codes, scripts and workarounds.
Prevention of 0day attacks
Malwarebytes applies the analysis of so-called payloads that do not appear in the unified signature database and tries to find anomalies to identify and block malware that tries to exploit hidden vulnerabilities in your organization's operating systems and applications.
Tracks infection, successfully quarantines
Malwarebytes Linking Engine tracks every installation, modification, and process instantiation—including executables in memory that other anti-malware packages miss—taking a complete inventory of the threat, enabling complete remediation. Separately, the customer and security professionals have a complete history of every single change and action in the form of an intuitive interface.
Analyzes risks to save your IT team time
Our solution provides extensive threat analysis along with an assessment of their potential impact. Your IT team can save time and effectively communicate potential impacts and risks to executive management.
Malwarebytes Endpoint Protection and Response
- Detects 0day threats with very few false positives.
- Granular isolation for Windows processes, networks, and desktops.
- Removes executables, artifacts, and changes to settings and registries.
EDR vs traditional antivirus software
Some capabilities that Malwarebytes EDR offers that are different from traditional antivirus software
- Isolate the computer from the network
- Isolate the user from the computer
- Shutdown, isolation and control over active processes
- Update installed software, operating system, software agent of Malwarebytes
- Possibility of full tracking of each process, what and how it performed over time, including sub-processes, impacts on other processes, etc.
- Ability to recover files affected by Ransomware in 72 hours. back.
- Ability to create detailed exceptions for files that are misdiagnosed as virus/malicious. (IP, MD5 hash, SHA1 hash, wildcard name, folder, full path exclusions)
- Ability to apply detailed policies for different software settings on protected computers.
- Ability to apply automatic notification for different events, criticality, categories, etc.
- Option to add additional threats you wish to be blocked.
Why do companies need EDR software?
Benefits and return on investment
EP/EDR software solutions detect incidents that might otherwise go unnoticed. This technology proactively analyzes everything that happens on the computer to detect indicators of malicious activity. Additionally, because it collects events from all sources on the network, the system can reconstruct the timeline of an attack to help determine its nature and impact. The platform communicates recommendations to security controls – for example, changing settings or computer configuration.
Compliance with regulations
Companies use EP and EDR software to meet compliance requirements by generating reports that address all recorded security events among these sources. Without such software, the organization must manually manage all antivirus software and report/scan on demand and manually. A number of industries have mandatory security controls, some of which include the requirement for next-generation anti-virus software or centralized cybersecurity systems.
Better efficiency of the IT department
EP/EDR tools can greatly improve your efficiency when it comes to understanding and handling events in your IT environment. You can view security log data from many different hosts on your system from a single interface. This speeds up the incident handling process in several ways. First, the ability to easily see log data (logs) from the hosts in your environment. This allows your IT team to quickly identify and respond if necessary to the problem. Second, centralized data allows you to easily identify hosts that have been affected by an attack or security incident.
One solution to several problems
Companies typically use multiple different security solutions at the same time. This is due to the fact that each security solution has its flaws and shortcomings, and accordingly, with a newly identified risk, the company simply implements new software. Malwarebytes offers a cyber security solution that deals with the problems of dangerous emails, malicious domains, outdated software that allows the computer/system to be compromised, targeted attacks with popular vulnerabilities, as well as traditional Adware/Spyware problems that usually fly under the radar of most security software due to their innocuous nature.