Endpoint Protection


Endpoint Protection

We are regularly asked by our clients (and colleagues) which Endpoint Protection we recommend? And in case you weren’t aware – “Endpoint Protection” is what used to be called “Anti-Virus Protection”. The change in name simply reflects that much more is required from the protection now than being simply a “virus scanner”.

Almost all Endpoint Protection will work. Some better than others, but even the built-in Microsoft Defender will provide protection – up to a point anyway.

We have standardised on Malwarebytes (MBAM). Why?

MBAM has been providing protection for almost 20 years now. And in that time it has always ranked in the top 5 of available protection. And it has often been ranked first.

But something not considered in most of these tests is “false postives”. Basically the software alerting you to malware that doesn’t actually exist. If this happens a lot you will be incredibly frustrated, and at worse – ignore the reports. Which can mean that real malware can slip through.

In our experience MBAM has one of the lowest rates of false positives of all products. And it’s generally easy to “whitelist” programs if they are falsely reported.

As a security consultant I really like the management console excellent and find a lot of time is saved in this side of things versus almost all other products we tested.

Malwarebytes Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) provides cross-platform threat prevention and remediation for Windows, Mac and Linux computers.








If an endpoint is attacked, you can easily halt malware from spreading and causing harm.

Automated remediation

Find and reverse all major and subtle changes made by malware.

Ransomware rollback

72-hour ransomware rollback for Windows environments.

For additional product details, please click here. If you have any questions about Endpoint Protection, or you would like a free trial, or you would like a quote to implement Endpoint Protection for your organization, please contact us.

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