Endpoint Management Systems (EMS) help businesses manage and control internet-enabled devices from a single interface.
Many businesses use a large number of internet-enabled devices, ranging from desktop computers to mobile devices. Each of these endpoints must be connected and identified by the business network and maintained with software updates and security applications to ensure the highest security level at all times.
Popular uses: Most EMS software include the following features: Management of all business endpoints from a single platform, Remote pushing of updates and applications to all existing devices, Configuration and updates for on-device security policies, Remote wiping of lost or stolen devices and Threat detection and mitigation.
AhnLab a leader in cyber threat analysis, delivers comprehensive protection for endpoints, networks, transactions, and essential services, with more then 25,000 organizations rely on AhnLab’s EMS products to make the internet safe and reliable for their business operations.
ManageEngine is a B2B firm, that develops products required for IT departments. EMS products, Change management, Password management, Device management, Endpoint management , Identity Access Management, and many others provide an holistic solution for their dedicated firms.
End Point management systems are becoming increasingly popular for large firms to handle, control, update and supervise their multiple connected devices. In spite of heavy investments made on security systems by many vendors, these connected devices still lack complete monitoring and communication capabilities between independent security products, posing potential risks such as intrusion vulnerabilities and data theft.
Previously, we had identified various vulnerabilities in EMS/ ISS products. A ManageEngine OpManager Unauthenticated Access API Key breach had allowed one of our researchers to execute remote commands and had put in risk multiple devices.
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