Invincea's Latest Endpoint Security Product Rates Best in Industry
FAIRFAX, VA: Invincea, one of the leading endpoint security companies’ product called X, ranked best in the industry in performance- an evaluation by AV-TEST, an independent organization that evaluates and rates antivirus and security suite. X by Invincea outperformed other endpoint protection suites, ranking higher than Cylance and SentinelOne, who were assessed in prior tests using similar method.
The latest product from Invincea, X was built from secure companies' endpoints without giving up business performance representing a departure from how security products are typically conceived and engineered. “The security industry is ripe for innovation. After years of security technology stagnation on endpoints, the industry has signaled it is now poised to adopt game changing advanced endpoint threat solutions like Invincea brings to market,” explains Dr. Anup Ghosh, CEO, Invincea.
By combining deep learning with behavioral monitoring in a single lightweight suit that offers better protection with fewer down sides, X offers optimum protection and also reduces the overhead and exposure connected with patch management. The product not only reduce security risk while meeting compliance requirements, but also prevents threats that get past other endpoint protection products, while providing evidence of endpoint security controls for FFIEC, GLBA, PCI, FISMA, and other regulations.
With X protecting enterprise endpoints, organizations are less vulnerable even if an endpoint doesn't have the latest patch. As a result, IT can now patch on their schedule rather than the vendor's. Also because all of X's capabilities are included in one lightweight agent, it is invisible to employees creating no impact on workforce productivity. The product also helps in reducing costs, training and overhead as it combines multiple capabilities in one product that is easy to deploy and maintain. X minimizes the need to manage, train and administer multiple solutions, reducing the overhead on security teams and budget.
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