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Sophos improves endpoint security solutions to boost cyber defenses

As ransomware and other cyberattacks get more sophisticated than before, cybersecurity solutions provider Sophos bolsters its endpoint security offering by integrating new security advancements.

Sophos introduces new adaptive active adversary protection, Linux malware protection enhancements, account health check capabilities, and an integrated zero trust network access (ZTNA) agent for Windows and macOS devices. The cybersecurity solutions company 

“Now isn’t the time for organizations to let their guard down because of any perceived reduction in attacks,” Raja Patel, senior vice president of products at Sophos, said in a media release. “In fact, they should be strengthening defenses as attacks are now more intricate and difficult to detect, requiring advanced security techniques that can sense and then quickly adapt to better protect themselves.” 

CryptoRom scammers target Twitter, SMS users — Sophos
Fake CryptoRom apps bypass Apple security — Sophos 

Sophos endpoint solutions provide deep learning malware detection, anti-ransomware technology, exploit prevention, and much more to prevent attackers from gaining a foothold in the first place. Sophos Intercept X protects more than 300,000 organizations against both known and unknown malware and exploits. 

Sophos XDR gives security analysts the ability to proactively hunt threats, providing faster detection, investigation, and response to drive better security outcomes. Sophos endpoint offerings also include server workload protection for unmatched server and container security and integrated web and application controls; Sophos Mobile for secure unified endpoint management; and Sophos Encryption for full disk encryption.  

Sophos’ complete and integrated portfolio of endpoint, network and cloud solutions and managed security services are part of the Sophos Adaptive Cybersecurity Ecosystem. They’re powered by threat intelligence from Sophos X-Ops for faster and more contextual and synchronized protection, detection, and response. 

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