Two Is Better Than One: Your Endpoint Defender

October 18, 2018 Ingram Micro

You’ve started your journey by trekking through the trials and tribulations of cyber security risks. With cyber security being the most trending topic in the tech world today there are a host of complex defense systems out there. If you’re an IT administrator, you’re probably facing an explosion of devices, operating systems, attack surfaces and are working longer hours at keeping up with newer forms of cyber attacks.

Let’s begin by simplifying the first step.

McAfee just made things easier with McAfee MVISION Endpoint.

Many clients use the native security that comes with Windows 10.  Windows Defender provides basic security protection, ie. signature-based protection.  When it comes down to more complex attacks like file-less and zero-day malware-based threats a more comprehensive approach needs to be taken.  McAfee MVISION Endpoint provides behavioral machine learning analysis, credential theft monitoring and rollback remediation to Windows Defender on a very lightweight footprint client.  MVISION Endpoint also provides a centralized management console so you can avoid the complexity of multiples platforms. 

Are you ready to take the next step in enhancing your clients security posture? Knowing that an attack is not a matter of ‘if’ but ‘when’ is reason enough to offer cyber security services to your clients. Is your customer ready for a Cyber Security Assessment? Reach out to Ingram Micro Professional services to know more about adding a service advantage to your product recommendations. Contact – proservicescanada@ingrammicro.com

Contact our Professional Services team to learn more about how McAfee MVISION Endpoint interplays with the native security controls in Windows 10 with targeted advanced threat defenses in a unified management workflow.

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