Endpoint Threat Prevention (ETP)

What is Endpoint Threat Prevention?

Endpoint Threat Prevention (ETP) is a security approach that focuses on protecting endpoints, such as desktops, laptops, servers, and mobile devices, from various cyber threats. The main goal of ETP is to prevent cyberattacks from compromising the endpoint, stealing data, or disrupting business operations.

ETP solutions use a range of techniques to prevent and detect cyber threats, including malware protection, vulnerability management, intrusion prevention, and behavior analysis. Malware protection involves scanning files and software for known malicious code and blocking or removing it. Vulnerability management involves identifying and patching vulnerabilities in software and operating systems to prevent attackers from exploiting them. Intrusion prevention involves monitoring network traffic and blocking or alerting on suspicious activity. Behavior analysis involves monitoring endpoint activity and detecting abnormal behavior that could indicate a security threat.

ETP solutions can be deployed on-premises or in the cloud, and they can be integrated with other security technologies, such as firewalls, identity and access management, and security information and event management (SIEM) systems.

In summary, ETP is an essential part of an organisation's overall cybersecurity strategy. By protecting endpoints from cyber threats, organisations can minimise the risk of data breaches, cyberattacks, and other security incidents. ETP solutions help to ensure business continuity, protect sensitive data, and maintain the trust of customers and stakeholders.

Our Partners

Useful Resources


Netwrix StealthINTERCEPT

Identify threats in real time and prevent critical violations with Netwrix solutions.


Heimdal Threat Prevention - Endpoint

Working in tandem, DarkLayer GuardTM and VectorN DetectionTM are the proactive, code-autonomous tools fine-tuned to layer on top of other protective, code-detection based technologies.