Alert Logic has released Extended Endpoint Protection for Alert Logic Essentials. Extended Endpoint Protection provides the ability to monitor and isolate endpoint attacks, enabling Alert Logic to:
- Thwart multiple attack techniques that try to compromise Windows endpoints, gain access to resources, and detonate payloads.
- Achieve multi-vector attack monitoring and isolation that recognizes these techniques and stops them early before any damage is done.
- Work alongside existing anti-virus tools to provide an additional layer of defense.
For additional information on Alert Logic Extended Endpoint Protection, including how to deploy protection on your endpoints, refer to our Extended Endpoint Protection documentation.
For more information on Alert Logic Essentials or to get a demo of the new Extended Endpoint Protection, refer to our Alert Logic Essentials solution page.
Note: The following information applies only to those customers who subscribe to the Alert Logic® SIEMless Threat Management™ product.
Who gets Extended Endpoint Protection?
Extended Endpoint Protection is part of the Alert Logic Essentials and Professional solutions and can be deployed on Windows endpoints including:
- Windows 7, 8.1, and 10
- Windows Server 2008 R2, 2012, and 2016
When Alert Logic Essentials and Professional customers log in to the Alert Logic console, an Extended Endpoint Protection tab will now be visible, where you can deploy and manage protection of your endpoints.
The number of endpoints that can be protected directly relates to the number of nodes licensed for Alert Logic Essentials or Professional. For example, if you have licensed 500 nodes of Alert Logic Essentials, Extended Endpoint Protection can be deployed for up to 500 endpoints.
How does Extended Endpoint Protection work?
Alert Logic Extended Endpoint Protection can be quickly deployed to all your workstations at once through system management tools. Each new endpoint is automatically visible in the Alert Logic console and protection can be easily toggled on or off. For more information on deploying endpoint protection, refer to our Deploy Alert Logic Extended Endpoint Protection documentation.
Once endpoint protection is deployed, you can use the Alert Logic console to easily manage your endpoint protection using features such as:
- Toggling protection on an off
- Reviewing events identified by the endpoint protection
- Applying overrides
- Isolating an endpoint
- Configuring notifications
For more information on managing endpoint protection, refer to our Extended Endpoint Protection documentation. Additionally, you can monitor the status of Alert Logic Extended Endpoint Protection on the Alert Logic Status page.