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Endpoint Security

A buyers' guide to Endpoint Protection solutions

Cyberattacks are still on the rise, with the endpoint now being the primary focus of malicious threat actors. Organizations have made great efforts to better protect their corporate endpoints however, choosing a solution that has the levels of sophistication necessary to combat existing and future threats isn’t always easy.

For buyers looking to invest in endpoint protection, the quality of the protection capabilities, the depth and breadth of features and the ease of administration are all things that should be taken into consideration. So, how can you be sure which solution is right for your business?

IT Central Station has put together a new, independent report based on real users’ feedback. The 33-page document includes an overview of the 10 best vendors alongside a summary of the top endpoint protection solutions offered by these companies.

 

Rating the top endpoint protection solutions

IT Central Station outlined an initial 33 solution providers in their vendor directory but selected 10 enterprise level endpoint protection solutions to include in this buyer’s guide. Those vendors are Symantec, IBM, McAfee, Cylance, Carbon Black, ESET, Kaspersky Lab, Microsoft, SentinelOne and Webroot.

The criteria used to evaluate the solutions consists of product reviews, ratings and comparisons to other solution providers. Each offering included in the report is accompanied by a sample of its customers, its top comparisons and some also have a breakdown of the industries and company size the majority of their reviewers originate from listed.

All the reviews included in the report have been posted in the 24 months prior to publication and are from real, authenticated users. These reviews are comprised from a selection of four key topic areas to ensure readers get an unbiased overview of each offering. These topic areas consist of the most valuable features of the solution, the improvements it made to the users’ organization, how the solution could be improved upon to and where relevant, its pricing, set up cost and licensing fee.

 

Based on tens of thousands of comparisons and dozens of bespoke reviews this short report offers unbiased feedback on the most widely used endpoint protection solutions the marketplace today.

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