The enterprise endpoint protection platform (EPP) is an integrated solution that has the following capabilities:
- Personal firewall
- Port and device control
EPP solutions will also often include:
- Vulnerability assessment
- Application control (see Note 1) and application sandboxing
- Enterprise mobility management (EMM), typically in a parallel nonintegrated product
- Memory protection
- Behavioral monitoring of application code
- Endpoint detection and remediation technology (see “Market Guide for Endpoint Detection and Response Solutions” )
- Full-disk and file encryption, also known as mobile data protection
- Endpoint data loss prevention (DLP)
NGFWs have added new features to better enforce policy (application and user control) or detect new threats (intrusion prevention systems [IPSs], sandboxing and threat intelligence feeds). The NGFW continues to gradually replace stand-alone network IPS appliances at the enterprise edge. Although this is happening now, some enterprises will continue to choose to have best-of-breed next-generation IPSs (NGIPSs). More recently, enterprises have begun looking to firewall vendors to provide cloud-based malware-detection instances to aid them in their advanced threat detection efforts, as a cost-effective alternative to stand-alone sandboxing solutions
However, next-generation firewalls will not subsume all network security functions. All-in-one or unified threat management (UTM) approaches are suitable for small or midsize businesses (SMBs), but not for the remainder of the enterprise market
Hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI, also called a hyper-converged integrated system. HCIS) refers to integrating virtualization of storage and computing in a data center. In such an environment, storage and compute components are marketed by a single vendor.
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Application delivery controllers (ADCs) provide functions that optimize delivery of enterprise applications across the enterprise network. ADCs provide functionality for both user-to-application and application-to-application traffic, and effectively bridge the gap between the application and underlying protocols and traditional packet-based networks.
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Data loss prevention technologies can be divided into two categories:
- Enterprise DLP solutions incorporate sophisticated detection techniques to help organizations address their most critical data protection requirements. Solutions are packaged in agent software for desktops and servers, physical and virtual appliances for monitoring networks and agents, or soft appliances for data discovery. Leading characteristics of enterprise DLP solutions include a centralized management console, support for advanced policy denition and event management workow. Enterprise DLP functions as a comprehensive solution to discover sensitive data within an organization and mitigate the risk of its loss at the endpoints, in storage and over the network.
- Integrated DLP is a limited DLP feature set that is integrated within other data security products, including, but not limited to, secure Web gateways (SWGs), secure email gateways (SEGs), email encryption products, enterprise content management (ECM) platforms, data classication tools, data discovery tools and cloud access security brokers (CASBs). Integrated DLP usually focuses on a narrow set of regulatory compliance and basic intellectual property use cases where the data targeted for protection is easily identiable and the policy for remediation is straightforward.
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Network Access Control (NAC) is an approach to computer security that attempts to unify endpoint security technology (such as antivirus, host intrusion prevention, and vulnerability assessment), user or system authentication and network security enforcement.
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