1. Endpoint Security and Management

Endpoint security management is the practice of authenticating and supervising the access rights of endpoint devices to a network and applying security policies that prevent any external or internal threats posed by that access.

Vulnerability management is the process of identifying, evaluating, treating, and reporting on security vulnerabilities in systems and the software that runs on them

Patch management is about keeping software on computers and network devices up to date and capable of resisting low-level cyber attacks.

compliance management is the process by which managers plan, organise, control, and lead activities that ensure compliance with laws and standards

IT asset management (ITAM) enables organizations to know what assets they have and where they are located, ensuring that all assets are tracked so they can be secured properly.


A Firewall is a network security device that monitors and filters incoming and outgoing network traffic based on an organization’s previously established security policies.

Web filtering is a technology that stops users from viewing certain URLs or websites by preventing their browsers from loading pages from these sites.

application filter policies, you can control access to applications for users behind the firewall. Policies specify access to application categories or individual applications using rules.

A sandbox is an isolated testing environment that enables users to run programs or execute files without affecting the application, system, or platform on which they run.

A zero-day threat is one that hasn’t been seen before and doesn’t match any known malware signatures.Block Unknown Threats

3. Antivirus with EDR:

Antivirus software is a type of program designed and developed to protect computers from malware like viruses, computer worms, spyware, botnets, rootkits & keyloggers.

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Advanced Threat Prevention (ATP) detects, analyzes, and prevents threats from malware that has evolved to bypass traditional security methods.

type of software program designed to prevent, detect and remove malicious software (malware) on IT systems, as well as individual computing devices.

4. DLP

Data loss prevention (DLP) is a set of tools and processes used to ensure that sensitive data is not lost, misused, or accessed by unauthorized users.

Device Control protects critical data from leaving your company through removable media, such as USB drives, Apple iPods, Bluetooth devices, and recordable CDs and DVDs

Disk encryption is a technology that protects information by converting it into unreadable code that cannot be deciphered easily by unauthorized people.

5. Employee monitoring

Employee monitoring is the use of various methods of workplace surveillance to gather information about the activities and locations of staff members

6. Security information and event management(SIEM)

SIEM tools are an important part of the data security ecosystem: they aggregate data from multiple systems and analyze that data to catch abnormal behavior or potential cyberattacks.

7. Email Security

Email security uses technology to inspect incoming emails for malicious threats and encrypt–or secure–outbound email traffic to protect mailboxes, data, users, and organizations from cybersecurity attacks and schemes.

8. Active directory Policy

Active Directory (AD) is Microsoft’s proprietary directory service. It runs on Windows Server and allows administrators to manage permissions and access to network resources.