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Published on 5/11/20 5:00 AM

Remote Relief: Utilizing Carbon Black by VMware

Remote Relief utilizes software by VMware to deliver the most up to date device management solutions. Carbon Black Cloud is VMware's latest in cloud-native endpoint protection platform (EPP). It combines the intelligent system hardening and behavioral prevention needed to keep emerging threats at bay, using a single lightweight agent and an easy-to-use console.

In today’s digital environment, merely blocking known malware is no longer enough. Cyber-criminals continually learn how to obscure their actions amid the ever-growing activity within organizations. Polymorphic ransomware and file-less attacks are growing in prevalence, so relying on legacy approaches alone for prevention measures leaves you exposed. If your endpoint protection platform isn’t centrally analyzing behavior across millions of endpoints, you aren't able to spot minor fluctuations in normal activity to reveal an attack.

Attackers are Bypassing Traditional Endpoint Security

Majority of today’s cyber-attacks now encompass tactics such as lateral movement, island hopping, destructive attacks, and identity theft. This unfortunate reality poses a tremendous risk to targets with decentralized systems that are protecting high-value assets, including money, intellectual property, client confidential information, confidential company data etc...

The result has been a proliferation of point security products attempting to stop each category of attack. What this essentially means is near unmanageable complexity and an added burden for IT. Imagine if you could have a single platform that simplifies your endpoint security stack and gives you adaptive protection.

Simplifying Your Security Stack

Carbon Black Cloud consolidates multiple endpoint security capabilities using one endpoint agent and console, cutting the management headaches and console thrashing required when responding to potential incidents, whilst also minimizing downtime responding to incidents and return critical CPU cycles to the business, all while improving endpoint performance.

While other endpoint security products only collect a data-set related to what is “known bad,” Carbon Black Cloud continuously collects comprehensive endpoint activity data, because attackers intentionally try to “look normal” in order to hide their attacks. It then analyzes attackers’ behavior patterns to detect and stop never-seen-before attacks.

Remote Relief's UEM subject matter experts, specialize in assisting clients in setup, deployment, and remote management of companies mobile and fixed devices through VMware Workspace One, RemoteHelp, & Carbon Black Cloud. If you would like more information about Remote Relief and our services, please subscribe to our tech blogs. If you are interested in a demonstration or learning more about Remote Mobile Device Management, UEM features, benefits, and complete device management capabilities click here to speak with an MMS Specialist.



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Bryan Afonso
Author: Bryan Afonso
Marketing Coordinator at Remote Relief inc. Combining my skills and experiences that began in retail environments then shifting to handheld mobile device testing enables me to convey IT and Mobile Device Management solutions and information.

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