Reducing Risk Across Endpoint Identity and Cloud Surfaces

February 23, 2023

Utilizing an advanced Unified Endpoint Management (UEM) platform can help reducing risk across endpoint and mitigate risks related to identity of the endpoint and cloud platforms, thus decreasing the potential risk of breach. In addition to standard security measures like endpoint encryption and antivirus protection against data losses, the CISO must consider current trends in security technologies like ZTNA (zero trust network access), self-healing devices for endpoints as well as Trend Micro Risk Intelligence.

CIOs should consider the potential advantages of zero trust network access (ZTNA).

Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) is an endpoint security measure that offers secured remote access. Unlike VPNs, ZTNA only permits services explicitly authorized by the organization and reduces threats by blocking non-patched computers from connecting.

Zero Trust Security Framework

Zero Trust security framework offers an effective and flexible defense against attacks. It validates user identity and access to the system, then periodically checks its security posture according to context, time, and device health. App-IDs are utilized for identification at Layer 7 level while subapp access control can be exercised precisely.

ZTNA provides the capability of viewing blocked web site hosts, addresses and hosts. Furthermore, users and IT teams can utilize this appliance to monitor user performance.

Modern security solutions for endpoints must work in concert with a host of other security features to provide comprehensive protection.
Modern endpoint security solutions must integrate multiple features, such as detection, prevention and response. They need to provide the visibility required to detect and respond to emerging threats quickly. Furthermore, they should be able to work with various applications and devices seamlessly.

Numerous companies have invested in next-generation security solutions for endpoints. These are built upon technologies like AI, artificial Intelligence (AI) machine learning and threat detection – allowing these tools to identify and react to threats instantly. Furthermore, many of these solutions are running on cloud platforms which offer efficiency benefits while allowing security companies to track new attack patterns with greater precision.

These threats have become more sophisticated and utilize multiple attack vectors. An attacker could posing as a customer or user to gain access to more privileges, steal information, alter file processes, or utilize malware to gain control over the system.

Self-healing endspoints reduce the potential for misconfigurations

Endpoint security is a comprehensive strategy to protect all endpoints, such as mobile phones and laptops, from malicious activity. Along with monitoring and limiting security weaknesses, endpoint protection software also detects suspicious actions. With an advanced endpoint security solution in place, your business can protect itself from malware based on files, prevent adware infection and maintain brand reputation all at once.

An advanced solution for endpoint protection utilizes machine learning to provide instantaneous detection and responses. Alongside traditional protection for endpoints, certain solutions also offer features like self-healing AI and automation. Carbon Black’s Predictive Security Cloud is one example; this cloud-based system analyzes millions of security incidents daily to give organizations actionable insight into their security situation – making it suitable for businesses of any size.

Modern UEM platforms reduce the risk of security breaches

Unified Endpoint Management (UEM) offers a comprehensive solution for managing corporate devices like laptops and desktops as well as mobile and portable gadgets. This helps companies reduce exposure to risk while keeping corporate data safe. It combines Mobile Device Management (MDM), Enterprise Mobility Management, Security Content Management and more – all under one roof!

UEM is now an integral part of the business environment, aiding IT departments in improving security, device delivery and automated patching. UEM makes it possible to set policies, detect dangers and adjust those across different devices with ease, while giving users secure control over their personal devices – potentially helping reduce expenses and simplify management across all endpoints.

Many devices are now integrated into enterprise infrastructure, creating a more complex system that’s vulnerable to attack than ever before. One prominent example is the explosion of IoT (Internet of Things) devices and mobile phones.

Trend Micro Risk Insights

Trend Micro has released the new Risk Insights collection of tools to assist security operations teams reduce risks across endpoint identities and cloud-based surfaces. These sophisticated AI methods use machine learning algorithms to detect suspicious activities, giving users a deeper comprehension of danger and helping ensure an effective defense.

These solutions can detect high-risk applications and evaluate their health, as well as detect threats to the network. Furthermore, they can be integrated with third-party telemetry systems like events or security (SIEM) platforms for even more insight. These products have become an essential part of today’s digital world.

Trend Micro Zero Trust risk assessment solution gives customers a comprehensive picture of risks, so they can make educated decisions and select the most efficient solutions for their business. It offers real-time insight into an IT environment, enabling SOC teams to detect compromised user accounts quickly.

Ammar Fakhruddin


Ammar brings in 18 years of experience in strategic solutions and product development in Public Sector, Oil & Gas and Healthcare organizations. He loves solving complex real world business and data problems by bringing in leading-edge solutions that are cost effective, improve customer and employee experience. At Propelex he focuses on helping businesses achieve digital excellence using Smart Data & Cybersecurity solutions.

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