• Detect failing security applications
  • Detect configuration deviations
  • Detect vulnerable OS or applications
  • Report on compliance with regulations and industry standards
  • Make security applications self-healing
  • Enforce standard configurations
  • Remediate vulnerable OS or applications
  • Provide visibility for streamlined patch management workflow
  • Spot suspicious device use or movement
  • Identify missing devices
  • Sense device tampering
  • Identify sensitive data at risk
  • Remotely protect sensitive data files
  • Investigate stolen or suspicious devices
  • Remediate compromised devices
  • Communicate effectively with end users to minimize exposure
  • Avoid breach notifications after incidents
  • Find root cause to prevent future similar events
  • Aid recovery efforts (e.g., ransomware recovery)
  • Check strategic ransomware preparedness
  • Shield SaaS, on-premises, or private cloud resources from intruders and attacks
  • Treat resources equally, regardless of where they are hosted
  • Block lateral movement between applications
  • Conduct continuous real-time risk assessment
  • Limit user exposure to online threats and inappropriate content
  • Allow for complete control, inside and outside the firewall
  • Block automatically phishing and smishing attacks
  • Provide frictionless security via granular policy enforcement at the endpoint
Financial Services