ManageEngine, Zoho Corporation’s enterprise IT Management division, recently announced that it added data loss preventions for endpoints, endpoint compliance capabilities, and anti-ransomware to its UEM (unified endpoint management) solution- Desktop Central.
ManageEngine will demonstrate its new security capabilities at the GITEX Technology Week from 17-21 October at the Dubai World Trade Centre.
With the increased adoption of remote working culture, businesses have witnessed almost a 500% spike in ransomware attacks, adding to the evolving cyber threat landscape and impacting the business continuity of affected organizations. ManageEngine has added anti-ransomware capabilities that help in detecting real-time ransomware, seamless data recovery, as well as root cause analysis for firms to future-proof their cybersecurity strategy since the hybrid work model has become a norm today.
In a 2021 Digital Readiness Survey carried out by ManageEngine, the company found that an 83percent of respondents globally witnessed a rise in security risks owing to remote workers. To ensure secure access to corporate data amidst these cyberthreats, firms deployed a mix of solutions such as Secure Access Service Edge, cloud access security brokers, and Zero Trust. But enterprises still need to ensure that corporate data is secure while preventing loss of data on employees’ endpoints. ManageEngine has added endpoint data loss prevention solutions to enable its customers to limit data exchange to trusted emails, peripherals as well as cloud applications, all from their present UEM environment.
Enterprises are required to comply with the regulatory standards of the industry to ensure uninterrupted security. ManageEngine’s latest addition assists organizations to comply with CIS compliance for endpoints, thereby complying with PCI DSS, HIPAA, FISMA, and other regulatory frameworks aligning with CIS Benchmarks.
“ManageEngine strives to continue adding enhanced security capabilities to its UEM solution, helping organizations combat the evolving threat landscape without the need for additional agents and setup,” stated Mathivanan Venkatachalam, vice president of ManageEngine.
It must be noted that these capabilities will be available with UEM at $40 per year per license. The company would also offer a fully functional, 30-day trial and a free edition for startups and small companies to manage as many as 25 endpoints.