Endpoint security is a client-server managed network protection program. It blocks unauthorized software, malware, virus etc from entering the network and each client machine. Can be set up company specific to block specific file extensions or other devices from accessing the network. It provides updates based on server settings, can perform one network scan daily and can be set up to scan per client machine setting. Any machine that has the software installed on the network is protected by the endpoint security. Logs are created per client and machine settings.
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Endpoint security programs can be a bit pricey, but you are receiving basically the same type of protection from each software program. To upgrade from one version to the next can get very costly providing what type of equipment you are running the program on. I did not find that endpoint security was very compatible during the upgrade. I ended up spending a lot more money than budgeted due to compatible issues.
All in all, endpoint security does the basics of blocking unauthorized software, malware, virus, etc. It is client/server based software. Works good unless you need to upgrade then compatibility issues may arise. Would recommend for any user. Runs behind the scenes, and the scans are designed to run without effecting a user ability to work on their pc.