Comprehensive security that keeps your devices safe and teams productive
Malwarebytes Endpoint Protection (EP) and Malwarebytes Endpoint Protection for Servers is a complete malware protection and remediation solution with predictive threat detection, proactive threat blocking, and integrated end-to-end protection.
Malwarebytes Endpoint Protection Features
Endpoint and server protection and remediation
Multi-layered protection technologies
Integrated remediation capabilities
Cloud-based management platform
Frequently Asked Questions
Who are Malwarebytes?
Malwarebytes protects workplace productivity. Endpoint security lets your employees engage digitally with confidence, armed with analytics-driven, multi-layer threat defense. When incidents occur, we quickly respond, remediate and restore you to business as usual.
What is endpoint detection and response (EDR)?
Endpoint detection and response is technology addressing the need for continuous monitoring and response to threats. Businesses often seek EDR capabilities when they are concerned about the risk of infection and breach and wish to extend their security posture from protecting against malicious to also finding suspicious.
What is Malwarebytes endpoint protection and response?
Malwarebytes Endpoint Protection and Response eliminates EDR complexity and combines Endpoint Protection, including Multi Vector Protection, with detection and response capabilities via a single agent. It provides continuous visibility into endpoints, reduces the dwell-time of zero-day threats, and offers remediation options beyond alerts. Rollback technology allows you to wind back the clock up to 72 hours on ransomware.
Why do I need to protect endpoints?
‘Endpoint’ refers to end users devices which are connected to a company network, therefore these devices need security in place to stop cybercriminals or malware getting into the network and stealing business-critical data.
How can I prevent a cyber attack?
Set out a clear cyber security policy for your organisation. Ensure that all employees are aware of the data security processes, as many cyber-attackers will target employees via fraudulent emails. It’s also important to keep your software up to date and invest in robust security technology/services such as end point protection, SIEM and penetration testing, that will highlight to you where your vulnerabilities are.