Syxsense Active SecureProduct Overview
- About Syxsense Active Secure
- Pros of Syxsense Active Secure
- Cons of Syxsense Active Secure
- Breakdown of core features
Syxsense Active Secure product overview
Syxsense Active Secure delivers security with managed services, 24-hour coverage, and compliance regulation. It instantly responds to security events, reduces the responsibility of internal staff, and gives organizations peace of mind. It encompasses vulnerability scanning, patch management, and endpoint security—enabling organizations to align their core IT management processes with their cybersecurity strategies.
Syxsense Active Secure provides complete security risk assessment, including security reports, patching strategy, and projection of reaching patching maturity. With this platform, organizations can expand their cyber security team. They can also free up time and resources with experts that actively prevent Zero-Day attacks and maintain compliance standards.
Pros of Syxsense Active Secure
- IT teams can manage and secure all endpoints inside and outside the network with coverage for all major operating systems and IoT devices.
- It automatically deploys OS and third-party patches as well as Windows 10 Feature Updates for Microsoft, Mac, and Linux devices.
Cons of Syxsense Active Secure
- Some users encountered issues with the software’s remote connection tool.
Breakdown of core features
The Syxsense vulnerability scanner is a complete security management package with simple implementation and a user-friendly interface. Additionally, the solution is automated, allowing users to focus on serving clients while it scans and secures the system.
Moreover, the feature is repeatable, further enhancing its ease of use. Users need only decide how often and how long they want to run the scan. Then, the software monitors and secures the entire network at the pre-determined frequency and time. It generates quick results, delivering security and safety on time.
Patch Management from Syxsense keeps desktops, laptops, and remote users up-to-date with security patches and software updates. It consolidates desktops, laptops, and servers into a single console. With cross-platform support for Windows, Mac, and Linux, IT teams can see and remediate all endpoint vulnerabilities inside and roaming devices outside the network. Furthermore, admins can scan and prioritize patching relative to the risk. Syxsense Active Secure lets users find out released patches, their severity, and incidents of exploited vulnerabilities. The system provides information on exactly where and what devices pose critical levels of risk to the organization and target those devices first.
Endpoint security and management
Syxsense Active Secure combines endpoint management with real-time, predictive, and proactive endpoint security for greater efficiency. It supports collaboration between management and security teams responsible for protecting businesses from cyber-attacks.
SOC teams can see all endpoints and behaviors with a network map and focus on affected endpoints for a full network view, health assessment, and threat preparation.
(Last updated on 05/11/2022 by Liz Laurente-Ticong)