Protector stops the action of malware rather than its installation, so it can be used to complement traditional antivirus, keeping endpoints safe until malware is removed.
Cloud-DMZ protects websites and web applications from exploits such as cross-site scripting (XSS), SQL injection, and remote file inclusion (RFI), as well as distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks.
Features and benefits:
- Explains Trusted Knight's approach to endpoint security and how it differs from antivirus.
- Explains how Cloud-DMZ works to protect websites.
- Why is there a need for technology such as Trusted Knight's in endpoint protection?
- Which of its two product lines has greater potential for Trusted Knight?