NinjaOne Enhances Endpoint Security with More Visibility and Control

NinjaOne Enhances Endpoint Security with More Visibility and Control

By Stefania Viscusi

NinjaOne, an IT platform specializing in endpoint management, security, and visibility, announced expansions to its platform offerings to provide enhanced capabilities in endpoint management, patch management, and backup solutions.

For organizations, this latest move provides crucial visibility and control over their endpoints, so they have essential safeguards against today’s mounting security threats.

In today's digital landscape, endpoints represent one of the most vulnerable aspects of organizational security, accounting for a substantial portion of data breaches.

Statistics indicate that approximately 70 percent of breaches originate from endpoints, with over half of these incidents attributed to unpatched software vulnerabilities.

Organizations have struggled to adequately secure their endpoints even despite these statistics. A staggering 76 percent lack robust patch and vulnerability management protocols. And nearly half of organizations operate with unmanaged or legacy systems accessing their networks. Another 44 percent also lack usable backups, leaving them susceptible to malicious attacks and potential data loss.

To address these needs, NinjaOne automates complex IT processes and empowers over 17,000 IT teams worldwide with comprehensive visibility, security, and control over endpoints.

With the latest enhancements, NinjaOne makes it possible for IT and security teams to mitigate contemporary security risks, particularly ransomware threats.

With the platform, organizations can:

  • Reduce Risk: NinjaOne offers unparalleled visibility into all devices accessing the network, enabling proactive identification and remediation of vulnerabilities through real-time patch management. By ensuring compliance and control over endpoints, organizations can significantly reduce attack vectors and fortify their security posture.
  • Combat Ransomware: Leveraging NinjaOne's cloud-first backup solutions, organizations can safeguard critical data and rapidly recover in the aftermath of a ransomware attack, minimizing downtime and potential revenue loss.
  • Unify IT and Security: NinjaOne fosters seamless collaboration between IT and security teams by providing integrated tools that accelerate threat resolution. By consolidating security and IT operations, organizations can streamline deployment of security measures and enhance incident response capabilities.

“Endpoints are the IT foundation of any modern organization, but they also pose a serious risk. As organizations become more distributed, security teams need visibility into and control over the devices in their environments. They also need reliable backups to keep their business online in the event of a successful cyberattack,” said Rahul Hirani, SVP of Product Management at NinjaOne. “We’re obsessed with customer success at NinjaOne, so it was important to us to evolve our platform to deliver endpoint visibility, security, and backups to meet our customers’ needs and safeguard their organizations from today’s most sophisticated attacks.”

Edited by Greg Tavarez
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