Cisco Secure Endpoint vs FortiClient
Cisco Secure Endpoint vs FortiClient
Cisco Secure Endpoint and FortiClient are two useful solutions for running a network in a much easier way without risking the network. In the following we will introduce these licensed solutions.
The licensed FortiClient is more than an old platform for endpoint protection and is presented as a platform that combines the features of visibility and endpoint control, protection and authorized access to provide security for many devices. FortiClient integrates with Security Fabric1 to deliver intelligence, compliance and endpoint enforcement regardless of equipment location through shared Endpoint Telemetry.
Essentially, this technology provides automated prevention of known and unknown threats through its built-in host-based security stack and integration with FortiSandbox. Also, FortiClient can provide a secure and remote access to the organization’s assets through VPN along with the Two-Factor Authentication process along with Single Sign On.
Unlike other point solutions in the security architecture that are unable to communicate with each other, FortiClient works in sync with the Security Fabric. This work is achieved by developing technology to Endpoints through security profiles, sharing Endpoint Telemetry to increase awareness of system, data and user location in the organization, as well as creating appropriate divisions in order to secure them in order to protect these Endpoints.
At regular intervals, the FortiClient sends Telemetry data (the process of monitoring and transmitting data remotely) to the nearest associated FortiGate. In this way, this visibility, along with the built-in controls in FortiGate, provides network managers with the opportunity to create a policy to prevent endpoints from accessing known vulnerabilities or isolate endpoints with just one click.
Remote access and mobility securely
For all organizations that provide secure remote access to organization assets, Virtual Private Network or VPN for short is a necessity. However, it seems difficult and time-consuming to manage another separate product that is probably not very secure in the shadow of current targeted attacks. Thus, organizations are forced to identify third-party authentication mechanisms and integrate them with current VPN solutions. The total of this issue is aligned with the organizations and they manage the authentication process and the complexities related to the network.
BPS stands for best practice service
The FortiClient Best Practices Service is an annual account-based subscription that gives users access to a specialized team that offers remote assistance with deployment, upgrades, and operations. Customers can share data on their deployment, user requirements, resources, and other relevant items through the service. Based on the information given, the BPS experts can suggest best practices, sample code, links to tools, and other materials or help to speed adoption and direct the customer towards best practice deployments. For the purpose of making changes for customers, the team does not log into their devices. This consulting and direction service may also include playbooks or sample configurations. This is not a bid for professional services to be provided on-site.
Forensics Analysis Service for FortiClient
The licensed FortiClient Forensic Service offers analysis to support endpoints.
Customers react to and recover from cyber incidents. Fortinet’s FortiGuard Labs forensic analysts will help with the gathering, analysis, and presentation of digital evidence for each engagement, as well as the creation of a comprehensive final report.
Customers with FortiClient subscriptions that include Forensic Services have access to these endpoint forensic specialists whenever an event occurs, offloading internal teams and accelerating investigations by analysts who are intimately familiar with endpoint security’s tools. Forensics Analysis Service is only accessible for EMS deployments hosted in the cloud.
Fortinet’s CASB Service
By giving organizations visibility, control, and protection so they can extend their security policies outside of their own infrastructure, a Cloud Access Security Broker (CASB) can serve as a gatekeeper for organizations to safely embrace the cloud. The Cloud Access Security Broker (CASB) monitors all activity, enforcing security regulations between cloud service users and cloud application users. With both inline and API-based CASB protections, Fortinet’s dual mode solution offers security, scalability, and performance to meet all cloud security requirements. A FortiClient license grants access to FortiCASB, Fortinet’s API-based CASB service, and enables Inline CASB services on a FortiGate.
Cisco Secure Endpoint
Improved methods of protecting endpoints become a priority in these unprecedented times, when many more of your employees work remotely and malware becomes more evasive. It is obvious that modern defenses are necessary to significantly enhance your security posture in order to protect your employees and prevent breaches.
The licensed Cisco Secure Endpoint is a single-agent solution that offers thorough endpoint threat protection, detection, response, and user access coverage. Secure Endpoint includes the SecureX platform in addition to XDR (Extended Detection and Response) features. With the launch of Cisco Secure MDR for Endpoint, we have combined the superior capabilities of Secure Endpoint with security operations to produce a thorough endpoint security solution that significantly reduces the mean time to detect and respond to threats while providing the highest level of always-on endpoint protection.
Endpoint security platform
The licensed Cisco Secure Endpoint combines EPP, EDR, XDR, and managed service capabilities to provide an all-encompassing solution that counters threats with a unified defense.
The Endpoint Protection Platform (EPP) provides the next-generation endpoint security that thwarts the sophisticated attacks of today.
Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) provides sophisticated capabilities to quickly remediate endpoints by detecting and looking into security incidents. We offer a fully manageable, always-on solution that gives you the freedom to implement through Cisco, with a partner, or independently.
In order to protect your endpoints more effectively, quickly, and with less effort, Extended Detection and Response (XDR) helps link intelligent detections to confident responses.
Utilize risk-based vulnerability management from Kenna Security, which integrates with the Cisco SecureX platform to quickly predict, identify, prioritize, and remediate threats, to concentrate on the most critical incidents.
With its dedicated global Security Operations Centers (SOCs), Secure MDR for Endpoint combines always-on security from knowledgeable Cisco security researchers, investigators, and analysts with strong analytics and automation.
By combining visibility, streamlining threat response, and enabling automation across all threat vectors and access points, SecureX offers the most comprehensive strategy for detection, investigation, orchestration, and remediation. With risk-based vulnerability management from Kenna Security, which also integrates with the Cisco SecureX platform to quickly predict, identify, prioritize, and remediate threats, Cisco Secure Endpoint also enables organizations to decrease the attack surface so that they can concentrate on the most important incidents.
The licensed Cisco Secure Endpoint now offers SecureX Threat Hunting for businesses who want to add an active, managed threat-hunting practice to their environment.
The endpoint detection and response process can be handled independently by an organization, in collaboration with a partner, or with the assistance of Cisco Secure MDR for Endpoint. All options are driven by a team of Cisco security experts who drastically cut detection and response times while strengthening security posture with always-on security operations.
Cisco Secure Endpoint key features
Removing all traces of your old antivirus software. Cisco Secure Endpoint provides advanced endpoint detection and response across multidomain control points in addition to cloud-delivered endpoint security. When a threat evades front-line defenses, we quickly identify, contain, and remediate it. We also stop threats and block malware.
Avoid compromise by recognizing and thwarting threats. By using risk-based vulnerability management, multiple prevention strategies, and posture evaluations, the attack surface can be reduced.
Detect: To get unprecedented visibility into your endpoints, look for hidden threats, identify stealthy malware, conduct advanced investigations using Talos’s global threat intelligence, and run complex queries.
Reduce incident detection and response times with built-in Extended Detection and Response (XDR) with Cisco SecureX. In order to provide visibility and context into advanced threats, XDR gathers and correlates data from email, endpoints, servers, cloud workloads, and networks.
Maximize: With Secure MDR for Endpoint, which provides specialized teams of elite Cisco security experts in global Security Operations Centers (SOCs) as well as round-the-clock protection, you can simplify cybersecurity and increase the efficacy of your security operations.
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