Live Webinar: Tuesday, May 23, 2017, 10 a.m. Pacific
Information security professionals continue to struggle with endpoint security “expense-in-depth” while cyber threats and vulnerabilities persist. Why is this is happening now and how can complexity and user friction be reduced while achieving defense-in-depth?
You’ll see how a new approach to endpoint security can reduce complexity and end user friction while improving your security posture and your endpoint security ROI.
Join guest speaker Chris Sherman, Forrester Research Senior Security Analyst and Dr. Kenneth Geers, NATO Cyber Center Ambassador and Comodo Senior Research Scientist on May 23rd. They will discuss the evolving threat landscape and explain why traditional endpoint security solutions are no match for today’s cyber-attacks. You’ll gain perspective on the:
- tradeoffs in single vendor versus multivendor approaches (Sherman)
- changes in the cyber-threat landscape (Geers)
- how Comodo cybersecurity helps you raise the bar on endpoint protection and usability with a default deny posture (demo)
Register for the webinar to learn how to replace the problems systemic to traditional endpoint security and multiple layers of point products with the greater security and usability enabled by a default deny posture. You’ll see how Secure Auto Containment™ works to prevent infection, a key feature of Comodo® Advanced Endpoint Protection along with integrated IT and security management.
Comodo is the only security vendor with a Default Deny Platform® that allows full usability of unknown files while they run in Secure Auto Containment™ until static and dynamic analysis delivers trust verdicts of good or bad. In cases where automatic analysis is inconclusive, Comodo Threat Experts analyze the files manually.
Comodo Advanced Endpoint Protection enables organizations to run a default deny posture which allows the known good applications to run, blocks the known bad files and isolates the unknown files in containment. Only good files are allowed to run on the endpoint. Comodo’s Secure Auto Containment technology is extremely lightweight, has no CPU dependencies and is completely application agnostic. This gives enterprises and end users the best of both worlds: default deny security with default allow usability.