What is Managed Endpoint Security?

Endpoint security management is a policy-based approach to network security that requires endpoint devices to meet certain criteria before gaining access to network resources. Endpoints can include PCs, laptops, smartphones, tablets, and specialized devices such as barcode scanners and POS terminals.

Through managed services, Cybriant takes managed endpoint security to the next level with lightweight agents deployed at each endpoint to provide autonomous protection. Our team uses this technology to successfully detect and respond to internal and external threats before they infect the network.

3 exclusive benefits

# 1 Malware Prevention

Managed Endpoint Security uses static-based machine learning to prevent pre-execution of malware attacks, and behavior-based machine learning to prevent pre-execution malware, exploits, and script-based attacks. What to do.

The technology behind Cybriant's MDR solution replaces or enhances current antivirus by using machine learning technology that is independent of the signature and does not require daily / weekly updates or regular scans. ..

Cybriant's MDR service has been tested across all major categories, including:

RTTL: response to the most common malicious samples according to the AMTSO real-time threat list

AVC: response to the latest prevalent malicious samples in the AVC database

WPDT - Better malicious website performance compared to traditional commercial AV technology running in tandem

FP: Function to analyze false positives.

Outcome? Our Managed Endpoint Security service did the following at the top of the class

100% malware detection in all four categories

0 false detection

 # 2 Prevent Violations

Managed endpoint security provides important protection against breach prevention because every time a company is hacked, there is a computer, device, or website that you didn't know you owned. Take an inventory of all the assets you own to determine which corporate resources are online and where their vulnerabilities are. Managed MDRs or EDRs are considered an essential requirement for all organizations to increase the visibility of their corporate assets.

Due to the difficulty or complexity of many MDR solutions on the market, customers can easily outsource their managed endpoint security to Cybriant. By leveraging services like Cybriant's MDR service, organizations can access solutions that can be managed and automated with existing security flows, helping to reduce costs and increase efficiency.

# 3 Prevent Incidents

Advanced threats are the most difficult to detect. To avoid these kinds of threats, you need the right technology and the right people to control it. With managed endpoint security, you can be constantly monitored and ensure the fastest detection and response with an extended security team.


Threats are captured through our multi-step process, performing sample analysis as needed. Cybriant MDR not only reduces the time from violation to detection, it can also stop threats before they are fully executed.

Our experts use a static AI engine to provide pre-threat execution protection. The static AI engine replaces traditional signatures and prevents regular scans that reduce end-user productivity. By tracking every process, our team can detect malicious activity and use behavioral artificial intelligence technology to respond at top speed. It can detect and stop file-based malware, scripts, armed documents, lateral movement, fileless malware, and even zero-day.

Antivirus and managed endpoint security

The main difference between managed endpoint security and traditional antivirus is that MDR solutions detect threats faster than antivirus.

The advanced technology used in MDR services provides agent-level protection before an attack occurs. This completely eliminates the need for antivirus.

As a managed service, the team tracks all processes and their interactions at the agent level and uses technology to detect malicious activity. This triggers a super fast response to protect your network. Optionally, you can revert the endpoint to its pre-infection state.