Managed Endpoint Security

Protect the most vulnerable part of your infrastructure

Endpoints are the most vulnerable part of your infrastructure and the most common target of malware, data theft and ransomware. To stay ahead of rapidly evolving threats, you need AI-powered, smart endpoint security that constantly learns how to fend off new attack techniques.

So, what should you look for when searching for endpoint security and what conditions should this security meet?


Prevention, detection, response and analysis

You can think of effectively securing your endpoints as a circle of detection, response, analysis and prevention. To protect your endpoints, you need a solution that provides the best prevention and uses artificial intelligence to adapt to rapidly changing threats. This way, you can always be one step ahead of your adversaries.

1. Prevention

focus on more than just detection and response

By using the knowledge we have gained and applying it in our machine learning and automation techniques, we ensure that even fewer threats and attacks than before can get through our security.

We also need to pay attention to the fact that, after a problem is recognized, many more steps need to be taken.

Think of detection rules, firewall policy updates and cloud environments that must be kept up-to-date, but also consider the fact that the endpoint protection agent will give your IT department a large number of notifications and data, which can only partially be handled by automation and machine learning.

2. Detection

No effective detection without ai and machine learning

These days, machine learning and automation are so advanced that they can recognize and detect known and unknown threats. Using techniques such as deep learning and exploit technique recognition, AI can recognize when something unusual is going on on your endpoint.

A good endpoint solution recognizes threats automatically.

3. Response

automated response: first line of defense

Automated recognition of threats creates a large number of events and notifications that you need to do something with. Fortunately, there are a number of automated responses that you can set up, and there are also comprehensive playbooks that SOC engineers can consult, that include responses to the most common threats.

These automated responses are a good first line of defense that immediately neutralizes the threat. This gives your IT department the opportunity to investigate further in a secure environment.

4. Analysis

continuous improvement through analysis of events

It’s important to investigate the details of attacks and threats, where they came from and how this could happen, so that the same type of attack can be more easily prevented in the future.

Analysts have access to a wide range of tools to asset them in the Root Cause Analysis of events. The combination of these tools with our ON2IT Zero Trust Contextualization Engine, ensures that we rapidly find a solution to any problem.


A checklist for optimized endpoint security

Taking it out of your hands

Automated threat handling combines with our SOC-engineers handling every event.


AI, such as ON2IT’s Eventflow™ automation, learns quickly by accessing data from a huge number of events, alerts and breaches.

Investigate events

Each event is automatically investigated and, if necessary, further reviewed and handled manually by a SOC analyst.

Real-time updates

Detect and response applications can be updated in real time.

Focus on behavior

Managed endpoint protection focuses on behavior, rather than specific attacks.

Zero Trust as a common thread

With Zero Trust security, you choose to reduce the attack surace of your entire network.