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Endpoint Security

Minimize the risk of downtime and data loss from cyberattacks, system failures and human error with our endpoint security service. It’s our job to make sure that your servers and workstations are healthy, perform optimally and remain secure 24/7. Let the experts handle it.

Why Choose Endpoint Security with TPx?


TPx cybersecurity professionals help secure your endpoints (computers, laptops, servers) 24/7/365. With our managed detection and response, security awareness training and DNS protection capabilities, we help protect your business against cyber-threats, improve system reliability and performance, reduce downtime, increase employee productivity and enforce corporate policy and compliance. MSx Managed Endpoints makes an enterprise-level service and endpoint security accessible for companies of all sizes.

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Did You Know?

Most companies today still rely on traditional antivirus protection and a firewall for security. However, with cyber threats getting much more complex, this approach is simply no longer sufficient and effective. Contact our experts and learn how we can deliver enterprise class endpoint security to your business.

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Why Trust TPx for your Endpoint Security?

TPx brings a comprehensive security approach to our managed endpoint solution by providing a proper multi-layered, proactive approach that combines leading-edge technology, with expert security resources and a dedicated focus.

TPx’s Security Awareness Training includes monthly phishing simulations and online training courses for your employees.

TPx applies updates that help resolve code vulnerabilities or errors for applications across your system.

By offering proactive monitoring and alerting 24/7, enhanced system visibility, and effective remote support tools, technicians can be more efficient in their troubleshooting and support efforts, allowing them to quickly identify and address issues with hardware, operating systems or applications.

TPx offers best-in-class management and security tools so you don’t have to evaluate, acquire, and manage your own expensive support infrastructure. Our team of certified and expert remote resources is trained to keep up with the changing technology landscape so that we can quickly and efficiently support your IT needs. In addition, TPx can handle multiple issues at once so you are not forced to juggle staffing/budget with service levels.

TPx delivers best-in-class endpoint detection and response technology and expert security resources together as an affordable managed service. Thanks to MDR from TPx, you can discover, prevent and recover from cyber threats faster.

MSx Managed Endpoints includes next generation antivirus software to block advanced malware and viruses that traditional antivirus software misses. And with our DNS protection services, we keep users and devices safe from Internet threats by blocking access to malicious content and helps enforce compliance and internet use policies.

MSx Managed Endpoints uses sophisticated remote monitoring and management (RMM) software that collects comprehensive data about the health, performance and security of your servers and workstations. By doing this, we provide technicians and management with valuable information to help with problem resolution, trend identification or planning.

Keeping your systems secure, healthy, and performing optimally will contribute to a longer useful life for that equipment. This protects your capital investment and it also keeps employees happy and productive, which protects your human investment as well.

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Managed Firewalls

Did you know an unmanaged firewall is just as bad as no firewall at all? Managing your security infrastructure is not just about keeping firewalls up-to-date with patches and fixes. Learn how TPx Managed Firewall service helps your organization with enterprise-grade security for a fraction of the cost of a single security analyst.

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Managed Security

Information security services span your network, endpoints, vulnerability management, monitoring and analysis. At TPx, we protect your company from cyberthreats with market-leading technology and seasoned managed security services experts who are at your disposal 24/7/365.

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How Endpoint Security Works

By combining leading technology with expert resources, TPx delivers enterprise class endpoint security that benefits organizations of any size. TPx delpoys and manages advanced security technologies for next generation antivirus,  endpoint detection and response, DNS protection and security awareness training. All of these technologies are managed by our expert support team who will ensure that they are up to date and configured according to best practices – monitoring your endpoints 24/7/365. Troubleshooting and repair of your endpoints is also included along with security awareness training helps to reduce the risk of breaches caused by human error.

What is an Endpoint?

An endpoint is any device that is connected to your network that employees use to carry out their job functions. These include the web-facing servers that run the applications that power your business, as well as the desktop and mobile computers/devices that your employees use to do their jobs every day.

Why Do Endpoints Matter?

Endpoints represent key vulnerable points of entry for cybercriminals as they are often the weakest link in network security. Think of unprotected endpoints as wide open doors and windows to your business. If they’re not secured and managed properly, bad actors can easily get in, installing malware, monitoring employee communication, or snooping around files on a computer. They can also get into the network and reach other corporate resources beyond the endpoint itself.

What is Endpoint Security Used For?

Most companies today rely on traditional antivirus protection and a firewall for security. However, with cyber threats getting much more complex, this approach is simply no longer sufficient and effective to protect a business. Endpoint security is a more holistic (and effective) approach of protecting a business that combines preventative protection with continuous detection and response. It encompasses various services for network endpoints, depending on the provider and solution you choose.

Is Endpoint Security an Antivirus?

Endpoints represent key vulnerable points of entry for cybercriminals as they are often the weakest link in network security. Think of unprotected endpoints as wide open doors and windows to your business. If they’re not secured and managed properly, bad actors can easily get in, installing malware, monitoring employee communication, or snooping around files on a computer. They can also get into the network and reach other corporate resources beyond the endpoint itself.

What is the Difference between Endpoint Security and Network Security?

Endpoint security focuses on securing endpoints (like laptops, desktop PCs, servers and more) while network security is focused on protecting the whole IT infrastructure. No network can be secure without endpoints being protected, so every business should start by focusing on security at the endpoints first.

What is the Difference between Endpoint Security and a Firewall?

A firewall is a security device (can be hardware, software, or both) that monitors incoming and outgoing network traffic and decides whether to allow or block specific traffic based on a defined set of security rules. It acts as a barrier between one’s endpoint and another network such as the internet. However, having a firewall is simply not enough protection, especially with more employees working from home. This is where endpoint security comes in because it increases protection for remote employees on any device and in any location.
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What Is Endpoint Management and How Can I Implement It?

Companies, whether big or small, require a myriad of various endpoint devices, from giant server stacks to laptops and smartphones. Each device has security that can shield end users and the business itself from cyberattacks and security breaches. Managing all these endpoints, especially with the increasing number of employees working remotely or those using their own personal devices for work, has made it increasingly difficult to manage. That’s where the notion of endpoint security management comes in. Unfortunately, for most organizations, it’s a major challenge to maintain the advanced technologies, skilled expertise, and dedicated focus it takes to properly secure and support these critical systems. This puts them at a significant risk.

The MSx Managed Endpoints service from TPx helps organizations of any size solve these challenges by delivering comprehensive IT management and security services that improve system reliability and performance, reduce downtime, increase employee productivity, enforce corporate policy and compliance and protect against cyber threats.

Endpoint management is a broader concept that can include endpoint security. While the purpose of endpoint security is to keep the endpoints secure, the purpose of endpoint management is not only to keep the endpoints secure, but also keep it performing optimally. As part of TPx’s endpoint management, we can help you with the system lifecycle management, remote troubleshooting and repair, hardware support (and more) in addition to the endpoint security services.

Questions about Endpoint Management?

While many companies would love to handle things in-house, this is really only feasible if you have the right tools for the job and an experienced and dedicated IT staff who have the know-how to cover all the bases. Those bases include making sure every single application and operating system is patched and updated; purchasing and maintaining the latest endpoint security software – including next gen antivirus, endpoint detection and response, and DNS protection; monitoring and responding to security threats quickly and efficiently any time of day or night; requiring strong passwords; and implementing employee education around things like phishing threats. It’s often far too complex and expensive for small business owners to effectively implement and manage all of this internally.

TPx offers various levels of service to satisfy the needs of different customers. We can manage everything fully, let you co-manage it or have you self-manage it.

When choosing an endpoint management provider, there are two major components to consider: 

  1. The technology and the people behind it. TPx only works with market-leading technology and employs certified experts who focus just on this aspect of IT, day in and day out.
  2. You also want to have help available 24/7/365, because the disasters always like to happen during least convenient times like the weekends and holidays. 

Other important considerations include the cost, the speed of deployment and the quality of support.

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