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End Point Security Solutions for Managed Service Providers

End Point Today your customers’ endpoints face over 2,000 new and unique malware attacks per hour. Even more frequent pattern file updates cannot keep up with such a volume of attacks. And managing increasingly larger pattern files is slowing endpoints and taxing administrators. In addition, most endpoint solutions are simply not equipped to evolve to keep pace with the dynamic nature of today’s threats

End Point Micro Endpoint Security Solutions offer Service Provider customers a revolutionary new defence against threats—both on and off the corporate network. Combining world-class anti-malware with innovative in-the-cloud protection from the Trend Micro Smart Protection Network, these solutions allow endpoints to manage the thousands of faster, more insidious content security attacks released every day.

End Point The innovative security architecture of Trend Micro Endpoint Security Solutions enables businesses to quickly deploy protection across all desktops, laptops, and servers, regardless of connectivity. Each solution is also developed to provide maximum protection against data stealing malware, botnet infections, and other blended threats without straining the endpoint’s resources

End Point The Service Provider Usage-based License Program (SPULP) enables Service Providers of all kinds to take advantage of leading security solutions from Trend Micro with the payas-you-use payment and subscription model. This payment model is designed to align with your business models and help them deliver scalable security solutions over the Internet. Through SPULP, we can empower Service Providers targeting business of all sizes to offer attractive and profitable managed services cost effectively

End Point Managed Service Provider Endpoint Solutions are powered by the Trend Micro Smart Protection Network, a next-generation cloud-client security infrastructure designed to protect customers from Web threats.

End Point  The Smart Protection Network powers both on-premise and hosted solutions to protect users whether they are on the network, at home, or on-the-go, using lightweight clients to access its unique in-the-cloud correlation of email, Web and file reputation technologies, as well as threat databases. Customers’ protection is automatically updated and strengthened as more products, services and users access the network, creating a real-time neighborhood watch protection service for its users

End Point Cybersecurity Ventures estimates that by 2021, cyberattacks will cause $6 trillion in damages worldwide. As attackers evolve their tactics and use ever more sophisticated techniques to infiltrate networks, traditional security approaches are no longer adequate to address the rapidly evolving threat landscape

End Point Attackers continuously adapt to organizations’ defenses by creating new variants of malware designed to evade network and endpoint security. The 2018 Internet Security Threat Report (ISTR) shows an enormous number of malware variants

End Point Further compounding these challenges, a growing shortage of qualified security professionals are available in the workforce, and they must master a dizzying array of security vendor point solutions. These challenges have created a perfect storm with too few trained IT security personnel attempting to protect increasingly complex operational environments against constantly evolving and increasingly sophisticated threats using disjointed security point products

End Point Whether engaging a specific organization or network in a targeted attack or pursuing a random target of opportunity, attackers perform a series of steps to achieve their objectives — known as the attack cycle

End Point After critical data is obtained, it’s frequently encrypted and transferred out of the network. Encryption used by an attacker often follows the encryption preferences and tools used in the enterprise. Exfiltration will frequently upload data to cloud services used by the enterprise, such as Box, Dropbox, Google Drive, and so on, to avoid suspicion and detection

End Point  The Ransom.Petya outbreak, which hit organizations in the Ukraine and many other countries on June 27, 2017, is a good example of an attack using living-off-the-land tactics. The ransomware exhibited some wiper characteristics and immediately gained the attention of both security experts and the media because it was, among other propagation methods, exploiting the SMB EternalBlue vulnerability just like the headline-grabbing WannaCry (Ransom.WannaCry) did one month earlier. The threat made use of a clever supply chain attack as its initial infection vector by compromising the update process of a widely used accounting software program

End Point Petya also makes heavy use of system commands during the infection process. Once executed, Petya drops a recompiled version of LSADump from Mimikatz in a 32-bit and 64-bit variant, which is used to dump credentials from Windows memory. The account credentials are then used to copy the threat to the Admin$ share of any computers the threat finds on the network. After the threat accesses a remote system, it executes itself remotely using a dropped instance of PsExec.exe and the Windows Management Instrumentation

End Point To address increasingly sophisticated threats that target endpoints, a new security framework for endpoint security that goes beyond antivirus protection is needed. Comprehensive next-generation endpoint security must include, in a single agent, the following capabilities and technologies

Endpoint protection has come a long way since the days of signature-based antivirus software. This chapter explains next-generation endpoint protection technologies necessary to protect all your organization’s endpoints against the sophisticated cyber threats of today and the future. All the next-generation security technologies that I discuss in this chapter are used to protect the endpoint against modern, sophisticated threats. However, remember that these technologies all complement traditional antivirus (AV) engines in a complete endpoint protection solution

Much like everyday household soap kills 99 percent of all bacteria, traditional AV is still effective at preventing 99 percent of all malware infections. Next-generation security technologies protect the endpoint against the more sophisticated and potentially more dangerous one percent: zero-day threats and other advanced malware and exploits

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