Shouldn’t Your Security?
The days when your employees were tethered to their desks by network cables are behind us. Today, they’re working from virtually anywhere on the globe—accessing your network, thus leaving your company vulnerable from attack from a mindboggling array of entry-points. Luckily, staying safe is no farther than the Bitdefender Cloud!
The Web-based console provides access to your security dashboard, policies, reports, and alerts— allowing you to monitor the security status of your network, as well as detect and address any security issues.
Because the console resides on the Bitdefender Security Cloud, there is absolutely no need for any on-site server hardware, or to bother with system maintenance or upgrades. Bitdefender handles it all making your life easier, while eliminating your hardware and manpower costs, it’s always on and instantly ready for use!
- Manage any number of endpoints distributed across any number of locations
- Protect the office network as well as roaming laptops and remote office endpoints
- Manage security for multiple companies from a single console
The Endpoint Client is designed to protect each system using a silent and unobtrusive approach. As security for individual computers is controlled from the cloud interface, there is no need for any user actions to be taken. Depending on the configuration made in the management console, users may be able to locally generate on-demand scans of updates and view security events.
Endpoints can be protected immediately by either opening the Web console, or by sending an e-mail invitation to any user in your company. Once deployed on the first endpoint, Cloud Security for Endpoints will automatically identify the remaining endpoints within the network allowing you to remotely deploy protection to those unsecured systems.
- Provides antimalware protection features according to configuration or policies defined within Cloud Security Console
- Endpoint and Server optimized versions available
- Provides an overview of security events
- Users can perform on-demand scans or updates if allowed within the central policy