Managed Endpoint Protection & Response (EDR).

Managed Endpoint Protection & Response (EDR).

The world is becoming increasingly dispersed. Digitalisation has allowed remote working to become a ‘new normal’ and with it a change in the threat landscape.

The boundaries of your IT estate are no longer within your office premises, your workforce is mobile, remote and distributed. They are no longer behind your traditional office based security systems, so they still need to be protected.

Endpoints have grown in number and geographical spread, resulting in the attack surface of an organisation growing as well. Endpoints are the vulnerable extremities of any business network. These laptops, phones and devices sit delicately in the hands of the user, subject to the sharp end of human error. In order to fully protect the network, these exposed entry points for attack need to be shielded in the most robust way possible.

Cyber criminals frequently target poorly protected endpoints as a means of gaining access to a company’s IT network. It only has to happen once, but when in, the attack become viral, seizing control of the entire network and causing potentially untold damage to a business, its network and not to mention, its reputation.

“A major implication of this new way of working has therefore been a substantial rise in the number of devices and endpoints, offering numerous pathways into organisations’ systems.” 

InfoSec Mag

SD-WAN (Software Defined Wide Area Network) solutions let you finally seize control of every aspect of your network. Centralised network management allows a business to standardise configurations, enforce security policy and utilise multiple connection types intelligently. Ultimately, this ensures WAN optimisation with secure network and application performance for users and their devices.

With many Endpoints being used both in and outside of traditional office based security, having visibility to detect and respond to threats on the Endpoint has become vital. AI-based analysis of suspicious behaviour blended with global threat intelligence provides a comprehensive method of detecting malicious activity.  Having predefined action based on the type of activity detected reduces response time and minimises the impact and cost of an attack.

Are your internal policies being followed? Do you meet your regulatory requirements? Are you sure?

Meet compliance standards and regulations by providing all the data and information needed to underpin any legal, internal or forensic investigations. This insight moves with you, ensuring your policies evolve as your business develops and as the threat landscape changes.

In a dispersed working world, centralised management of Endpoints is critical to ensure devices can be maintained and secured. Retrieving files from Endpoints for further analysis and investigation, directly accessing Endpoints to view, delete, move, or download files and enforcing configuration through centrally managed policies. These are all capabilities you should have available.

Remote users are no longer rogues.

Remote working is here to stay, and most companies won’t be going back to the old ‘normal.’ The new normal is a changed landscape where employees are no longer always accessing data or applications from a secure office environment.

This means cybersecurity postures need to change to adapt to the new landscape, these users are no longer protected by your office firewall and relying on AntiVirus alone will leave you vulnerable. Top of the list – Secure the Endpoint.

You may be an organisation who has a distributed workforce, spread out across multiple sites, using multiple devices. You may also rely on a host of internet connected devices and equipment just to get product out of the door. In any case, these endpoints act as a potential route in to your network for hackers and other threat actors

Unless your roadmap is to invest in creating a 24/7 in-house cyber security team and SOC, then it’s worth us having a conversation about how we can help ensure your endpoints are locked up as tightly as possible and safe from surreptitious activity.

Managed Detection & Response (MDR) from Net Consulting is the best way of levelling up your defences against the myriad of cyber threats which bombard public and private sector companies.

Powered by Palo Alto’s leading Cortex cybersecurity solution and delivered by our UK-based team of analysts from our own dedicated SOC, our MDR service puts your cybersecurity in the hands of a dedicated, experienced team, while still ensuring your data never leaves UK soil.

To put it simply, we ensure you sleep well, safe in the knowledge your cyber defences are in good hands.


Net Consulting has spent over 10 years protecting networks, applications and their users, ensuring they can work securely and safely.

We understand the changing threat landscape and stay at the forefront of cyber innovation to maintain a secure posture. We are here to help you.

Do you have detailed or more general questions about how Critical Asset Protection could improve your specific business needs?

Why not get in touch for an expert, no-obligation consultancy call back to discuss your future cyber goals, current cyber posture and where improvements may be needed.





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