Virus and Spyware Protection

Endpoint protection service

The first line of defense is always Endpoint security:

We have over two decades provided enterprise endpoint security solutions for businesses in San Diego, Ca. We understand how endpoint protection platforms work. We have a host of solutions around ensuring that we have detection and response capabilities that have threat intelligence and detect zero-day threats.

We specialize in enterprise endpoint security solutions for our San Diego, ca, customers. We have vendor relationships with companies like Sophos, Sentinel one, Threatlocker, and More.

We protect against cyber threats by analyzing your business needs first. Then our network security experts determine your level of security features needed. We deploy a cloud-based endpoint solution to your business that keeps any type of business safe in any industry.


How our Endpoint protection platform works

We deploy our endpoint protection platforms by leveraging our security teams’ enterprise network experience and use a management console to deliver the package to all endpoints. We also deploy outside the corporate network and deliver to remote devices such as laptops and Workstations at people’s home offices.

When we have deployed endpoint protection on all endpoint devices, we can detect threats and do behavioral analysis on all our customer’s security silos. All sensitive data is now protected against potential cyber threats. We offer, at this point, continuous monitoring against security threats as your endpoint protection security provider.


Here are a few vendors we use against cybersecurity threats

Sophos Endpoint protection platform

So many solution provider folks, such as Crown Computers, use Sophos endpoint protection. We manage endpoints using their centralized management console.

Sophos has unique ways of protecting endpoint devices, such as their MDR (Managed Detection and Response), where we have security teams watching using machine learning to determine and detect malicious activity. Based on threat data, security incidents are created to ensure that threat detection and response are resolved.

Sophos covers all corporate devices in the corporate network. They also update their endpoint protection daily to protect endpoints against emerging threats that have been discovered.

Since our company ditched its old Endpoint protection software Symantec and AVG, we have been 100% protected against evolving zero-day threats and other types of zero-day attacks with Sophos endpoint detection.

Sentinel One Endpoint protection platform

Sentinel one provides comprehensive protection and is an excellent choice for endpoint protection. Top companies choose Sentinel one for its quick lockdown and ability to reverse the clock of time capability. Endpoint protection works in Sentinel one by examining files locally and determining their cyber risk in real-time. This software has a great website and centralized management console as well.

They provide a very lightweight agent that defends against the most sophisticated attacks. Endpoint detection and response are excellent in protecting endpoints because, with Sentinel one, you can create security groups with different levels of protection.

With their enterprise networks solution, they are so confident with their remediation capabilities needed to defend against a data breach that they offer a money guarantee. Suppose you configure your Sentinel one endpoint security to the highest level protection option.

They will pay for damages if malicious activity harms the endpoint or enterprise network. Sentinel One has the best guarantee in the endpoint security industry. They are willing to bet that all zero-day attacks and evolving zero-day threats have no chance because of their unique endpoint security solution. Traditional antivirus software cannot deliver endpoint protection solutions like Sentinel One endpoint security guarantee.


Threatlocker is in a league of its own regarding endpoint security software. Its big claim to fame is blocking any EXE, Script, or anything that isn’t supposed to execute. Threatlocker is a permission-based platform that differs from other managed threat-hunting or traditional antivirus solutions. It simply asks the centralized solution if the computer is allowed to run this or not run the app.

So basically, they have a “deny everything and only allow what you need” approach. Threatlocker is highly effective and can also run in conjunction with other endpoint protection platforms app, such as Sophos and Todyl. It’s very lightweight and adds different value than other platforms from an administrative standpoint. You can allow specific users access to notepad.exe and others not.

You can stop users from executing a file that is downloaded or any script as well. You can set up the endpoint security solution to alert the administrator when someone tries to click on something that is not on the allowed list. The pop-up for the admin also becomes an opportunity for the administrator to safelist that APP. 

Alternatively, You can track down the end-user that might have been trying to update their software and help them. Alternatively, they could almost accidentally click on a file that could have caused file-based malware attacks on the network had Threatlocker not stopped it. The alerting system for this endpoint security product is second to none.

The other great thing about this platform is that it does not require an internet connection. You can install it, and it will not require new virus definitions or other types of downloads, which makes this endpoint security software a league of its own.




Todyl endpoint protection platform

It is one of our favorites because of all the endpoint security platforms and levels of protection it gives. It protects in more areas than any other product.

Below explains a few different ways Todyl Protects:

Endpoint security solutions

Like Sophos, Todyl has investigation and remediation capabilities using their live 24/7 security teams. These security teams are ready to watch your corporate network and provide insider threat protection.

These engineers are constantly watching for dynamic security incidents. Todyl is a multi-dimensional endpoint protection solution because it adds layers of Zero Trust, DNS protection, and more.

This endpoint security solution is underrated because it’s less popular. Still, ironically, not having such a big bark, the bite may be stronger than all of the others above because of its wide range of focus.

DNS security

If you want to know someone is not watching you on public wifi, DNS protection on your mobile devices is essential. We always recommend disk encryption on laptops if you are at the airport and lose your laptop, never to be found.

When on a public network, any data coming in and out of it should be protected and encrypted. Todyl helps this happen by creating a secured VPN tunnel to ensure traffic inbound and outbound stoFirewalle from spying on the data.

Secure FirewallVPN

FirewallVPN connections require people to poke holes in their Firewall or allow mobile devices to connect on 443 on their Firewall or other ports. Todyl takes a different approach and creates secure VPN connections anywhere with any device using software connections purely with no holes in any firewalls.

The other advantage to this approach is to turn your laptop on, log in as you usually do, and then your VPN connection is already on and ready to connect to your corporate network resources.

Zero Trust

Zero trust is another take on endpoint security solutions. It blocks everything but what you want your own device to connect to. The terms endpoint protection and endpoint security are bound to the confines of the zero trust network by selecting devices to be trusted or not. Similar to threatlockers’ ability to allow or deny software or script. Todyl’s Zero trust allows us to say, you can access this, but you cannot access that.

Vlanning is similar to Zero trust in that it can stop groups of endpoints from being able to touch one another. Zero Trust also means that we can take laptops, for instance, and put hard and fast rules on them that say nothing touches this laptop except the default gateway and one server, for example.

Using Zero Trust also means that the attack vector for this endpoint would be minimal if it were to get infected with malware. Zero Trust is security by segmenting the network via software.

So even if you have 40 computers on the network and four servers, some workstations need access to some servers, and some workstations need access to all servers. We can pick and choose to decide what our endpoint security scheme looks like.