Throughout the last several posts about Sophos, we have showcased and provided overviews of their large web security product collection. Today we pull all of their products together into a singular Sophos Central. Sophos Central provides a cohesive space where all your Sophos tools can be managed at once.
Sophos Central has a beautiful dashboard where all alerts and alert summaries exist. It is very simple and intuitive to use, offering easy navigation and alert functions. Sophos Central offers dashboards for individuals as well as teams and partners, so that everyone on your team can be informed and on the same page.
Sophos Central allows you to manage Sophos’ Synchronized Security platform.
Using their Security Heartbeat feature, you can manage your endpoint protection and firewall together and make sure they are working together to find threats. This means better protection against advanced threats and saving time responding to problems.
Products included in Sophos Central include:
Intercept X – Protect your endpoints from advanced threats using signatureless anti-exploit, anti-ransomware, and root cause analysis.
Endpoint Protection – Offers a intuitive user experience with its advanced endpoint protection.
Web – Advanced secure web protection that is intuitive and easy to use.
Mobile – Comprehensive Enterprise Mobility Management solution lets you spend less effort managing and securing mobile devices.
Server Security – No need to sacrifice security performance; protect all of your virtual and physical servers.
Wireless – Secure and manage your wireless networks in the most effective way.
Encryption – Protect your data, even when you have had a computer go missing or get stolen.
Email – Stop spam, phishing, malware and data loss. Protect by simply managing email in the cloud.
When it comes to your company’s online and server security Sophos knows you want the best possible solutions available. It is easy to see why getting Sophos Central is the ideal step for anyone already using many tools through Sophos.
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