Managed Endpoint Protection2019-01-14T00:11:02+00:00

Managed Endpoint Protection

Malware, virus, and cyber threat mitigation for individual employee devices

Flexibility meets security with remote Managed Endpoint Protection
We’ll monitor, manage, and maintain your endpoint devices in a way that is designed to fit your existing business practices. We’ll become the frontline of defense for your employees, by establishing processes and methodologies, and providing guidance and support.
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Anti-Malware Monitoring

Catching suspicious activity early is the best way to prevent major losses in revenue. Managed Endpoint Protection means that your team doesn’t have to be concerned about comprehensive malware scanning and the technicalities of doing it properly. Place it safely in the hands of those who know what to look for, and what to do in case of an event. Your team may be equipped to run malware prevention software, but do they know how to manage a zero-day attack and remediate? If the answer is no, it’s best to leverage a reliable partner who makes cyber security their full-time job.
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Malware Remediation

In the case of an event, whether it be spyware, phishing scams, malware, or otherwise, it’s important to have a plan of action with full knowledge on how to remediate each potential problem. The SMBHD cyber security team is equipped to help you deal with these issues with minimal disruptions to your regular operations.

Workstation Patching

Every user’s workstation matters, because all it takes is one weak link to infiltrate your network. A patch is a set of changes to a computer program or supporting data, designed to update, fix, or improve it. Typically workstation patching fixes security vulnerabilities and bugs, improving usability and performance. Often users will overlook these things, opening up their specific workstation to exploitation. Let our security experts manage this for your team.

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