Endpoint NGFW

Endpoint NGFW

Next-Generation Firewall (NGFW) protection on the endpoint

Are your endpoints at risk outside of the office? Chances are, the answer is yes. Employees working remotely are 3.5 times more likely to be compromised than their in-office counterparts due to the lapse in security protection.

When devices leave the protection of your secured network, they are exposed to a greater number of threats. At a time when remote work is becoming far more common — and even unavoidable for some organizations — it’s important to be sure that your cybersecurity moves with your endpoints beyond the perimeter of your network. That’s where Endpoint NGFW comes in.

Proactive Defense

Exploit protection, web-filtering,
& application control

advanced control

Advanced Control

Centralized deployment, logging,
& provisioning for endpoints

Built-in VPN

Reliable, simple, & secure
remote access


of users don't hesitate to access valuable data on unsecured wifi networks


more than half of today's workers are remote

Working to improve your remote cybersecurity? Get in touch with a security expert to learn more about our new endpoint ngfw service:

find out 9 easy steps to achieve better security

End users are your weakest link. So, to stay secure in today’s threat landscape, security policies and procedures are a necessity. The tips in this guide will make all the difference to improving your organization’s cybersecurity posture. 

Endpoint NGFW Benefits:

Windows, Mac, &
Linux Supported
Centralized Deployment
& Management

Web Content Filtering

Application Control
Firewall & VPN
Endpoint Quarantine
Integration with Managed
Next-Generation Firewall
Advanced Visibility

keep endpoints protected, no matter where

at the office

Integration with managed Next-Generation Firewall (NGFW) bolsters endpoint security, even when devices are connected to your secure corporate network.

at home

60% of home routers around the world are vulnerable to known cyberattacks. Are your devices safe when connected to the internet at your employees’ homes?


on the go

Unsecured public wifi networks are hunting grounds for cyber attackers. If your employees travel or work from shared public spaces, they could be putting your data at risk.

With Endpoint NGFW capabilities, like web filtering at the endpoint level and a virtual private network (VPN), you can ensure that corporate devices are protected no matter where they’re used.


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