What is Cisco Advanced Malware Protection? Overview


Cisco Advanced Malware Protection Overview
  
Cisco Advanced Malware Protection (AMP) is a security solution that extends beyond point-in-time and breach-prevention capabilities. It also addresses the full lifecycle of advanced malware before, during, and after an attack.

1. Prevention: 

The proposed Cisco AMP uses global threat intelligence to strengthen defenses and block known malware activity with multiple prevention engines including antivirus, as well as static and dynamic file-analysis to detect emerging malware.




2. Detection: 

The proposed Cisco AMP continuously monitors all file activity to detect stealthily malware and runs an advanced search for any endpoint data across the environment. At the sign of malicious behavior, Cisco AMP provides a retrospective alert with the full recorded history of the file back to the point of entry.

3. Response: 

The proposed Cisco AMP provides the rich contextual information needed during a potential investigation to prioritize remediation and create a response plan. 

Cisco AMP also rapidly contains the attack by isolating an infected endpoint and malware across PCs, Macs, Linux, servers, and mobile devices (Android and iOS).

These below capabilities give you deep visibility and control you need to secure your endpoints. We can detect, contain, and remediate threats if they evade front-line defenses. The proposed Cisco AMP solution helps you:
  • Uncover stealthy malware
  • Decrease time to detection
  • Respond faster
  • Make more informed security decisions
  • Eliminate threats before they create damage


Cisco AMP proposed a solution can eliminate malware with a few clicks. Your security team benefits from cost-effective technologies, sophisticated resources, that needed to detect, analyze, and remediate advanced malware.

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