SEQRITE, a provider of cyber-security solutions, unveiled an upgraded version of its main product, the Endpoint Security EPS 8.0
According to the company it is created to safeguard all connected devices from even the most advanced cyber-attacks. It introduces Endpoint Threat Hunting technology.
In addition to improved compliance reporting for regulators, auditors, and clients, this version now offers real-time protection for Linux.
The most recent version includes Endpoint Threat Hunting, a technology that enables users to actively scan their endpoints for malicious IoCs (Indicators of Compromise) that have been provided to them by regulators, auditors, or their end users, while carrying out various actions like delete and quarantine.
With the provided File Hashes, the special file property, scans can be performed immediately or on an ongoing basis.
Dr. Sanjay Katkar, Joint Managing Director & Chief Technology Officer at Quick Heal, said, “Post pandemic we are witnessing an unprecedented increase in the cyberattacks and their level of sophistication. This makes adopting future-ready technologies to mitigate risks all the more pertinent for businesses.”
Additional features i in EPS 8.0 include Advanced Device Control, Data Loss Prevention, Vulnerability Scan, Patch Management, Web Filtering, Asset Management, and Endpoint Threat Hunting.