Endpoints essentially include any device that connects to your Internet network. This includes hardware such as smartphones, desktop computers, laptops, tablets, mobile phones, printers, scanners, and other specialized devices.
Endpoint protection is essential because it means monitoring and protecting all devices that could potentially be infiltrated by a cybersecurity threat. Many times, businesses that allow employees to use from-home devices such as mobile phones and tablets assume that these devices (endpoints) are not at risk of security breaches. The truth is that these devices are often where security breaches start for the very reason that they are left unprotected.
Security Operations Center (SOC)
A security operations center or SOC is like a remote security helpdesk for your business. When NSA offers SOC as a service, we’re offering you our team of security experts, who will be watching and monitoring your business’ IT activity at all times for any possible breach in security.
If we see a security threat, we’ll take proactive steps to either remediate the problem immediately or notify you so that you can provide us with the next steps.