Three Ways to Get Better Visibility into Your Endpoints

AMP for Endpoints continuously watches, analyzes and records file activity, providing your team with better visibility into your threat landscape.

Here are three important ways your AMP for Endpoints gives you better insight.

Click on each feature to learn how you can use it to get better visibility

Indications of compromise (IOCs)

are complex behavioral clues that are captured in real time across multiple computers, such as malicious file detection or a parent file repeatedly downloading a malicious file.

AMP for Endpoints analyzes devices with IOCs based on events observed over the last seven days. Devices considered to be at the highest risk are displayed at the top of the list to help security times prioritize response.

Recognize IOCs

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Device trajectory

shows activity on computers that have deployed the AMP for Endpoints Connector. It continuously tracks activity and communications on devices and on the system level. This helps you quickly understand root causes and the chronological history of events leading up to and after compromise.

See device trajectory in action

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File trajectory

shows the complete lifecycle of each file in your environment from the first time it was seen to the last time, as well as all computers in the network that were affected. So you can get better visibility and reduce the time required to scope a malware breach.

See file trajectory in action

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