Enterprise Endpoint Protection (2020 Q4)

Sector: Enterprise
Testing: October to December 2020

 

Endpoint protection

2020: year of the breach

Solid endpoint protection is a bare minimum

If it feels like new breaches are reported every week it’s because they are. Attackers are taking no prisoners and are successfully breaking into businesses, political organisations and systems belonging to individuals.

Backups are important but, as we noted recently, they are not always the perfect solution. Recent attackers have been deleting backups and there are ways to damage offline backups held securely on tape, as we discussed in our article.

You can’t rely on just one type of security solution. However, having solid endpoint protection in place is one of a few bare-minimum measures you need to take. Most of the products in this security test report are excellent at providing a much-needed level of protection on personal and business computers.

We recommend you read through our test results in detail and consider how confident you are that your current choice will stand up against real-world security threats.

Read this SE Labs assessment of world-leading endpoint security products and discover how they handle well-known threats and targeted attacks.

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Tested products from:

Broadcom (Symantec)
Crowdstrike
FireEye
Kaspersky
McAfee
Microsoft
Sophos