Protecting your customers from today’s threats—and tomorrow’s

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Jan 13

Jan 13

Symantec

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At the recent Fall ONE in Las Vegas, Symantec—a leading information protection corporation—showcased its latest security solution: Symantec Endpoint Protection 14 (SEP 14). With attackers employing more sophisticated attacks, your customers need solutions that evolve to keep their information secure. SEP 14 protects your customers’ endpoints across operating systems and platforms, all from a single management console. Symantec Endpoint Protection Cloud (SEP Cloud) is a cloud-based security as a service that keeps your clients protected with an affordable pay-as-you-go model and no additional infrastructure investments.

Complete endpoint security

The threat environment is becoming more sophisticated every day. Last year, there were over 431 million new malware variants. Zero-day threats more than doubled. Ransomware attacks grew and diversified. With these constant challenges, organizations and networks are struggling to keep up. Finding an effective solution is more difficult than ever.

To stop today’s attacks, your customers need protection, regardless of where the attack comes from. SEP 14 addresses today’s threats, and tomorrow’s, with a combination of both proven and next-generation technology:

  • Multidimensional machine learning detects new threats before they execute.
  • Real-time exploit mitigation shields your customers’ against zero-day memory attacks.
  • Access to the largest civilian threat intelligence network in the world blocks over 1 million unknown and next-generation threats every day, with 99.99% accuracy.

SEP 14 doesn’t only protect your customers; it can also boost performance with 15% faster scanning times, 80% smaller content updates and fast and accurate detection of malware that runs in milliseconds.

Big security for small and midsized businesses

Advanced threats aren’t limited to large corporations. Small and midsized businesses are also vulnerable. In 2015, 65% of all targeted attacks struck small and midsized companies. But for SMBs with constrained IT resources, the onboarding and management of endpoint security can be a daunting task.

For your customers on a budget, Symantec offers SEP Cloud, an industry-leading security as a service. SEP Cloud can block emerging threats, ransomware and zero-day attacks with the same best-in-class security as SEP 14, without dedicated IT resources.

SEP Cloud protects users on any device, including laptops, mobile phones and tablets. It’s also easy to manage, automatically updates with its always-on security and can be set up in less than five minutes. Plus, as a cloud-based service, it requires no additional infrastructure investments and eliminates the need for dedicated IT resources. Your customers’ budgets will also like the affordable pay-as-you-go payment plan.

Are your customers protected?

SEP is a consistent leader in endpoint protection, performance and response. It consistently scores a AAA rating from SE Labs, has led in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for the last 14 years and is a recommended product with a five star rating from SC Magazine.

When it comes to security, you can’t take chances with your customers’ most important information. Whether in the cloud or at the endpoint, SEP offers great peace of mind to your clients—and a great selling opportunity for you. 

To learn more, contact Ingram Micro's Symantec market development executive , Eric Varga at [email protected]. Security is too important to wait. Get started today.

Topics: big data security, information security, Network Security, advanced threat protection, Data Protection, data security

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