Trellix Product

Product description / tag line

End-to-end integrated security for every endpoint

Protect and empower your workforce with an integrated security framework that protects every endpoint. Trellix Endpoint Security (ENS) solutions apply proactive threat intelligence and defenses across the entire attack lifecycle to keep your organization safer and more resilient.

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Endpoint statistics

00M

Endpoints protected
by Trellix

000M+

URLs analyzed
per day

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Malicious URLS
found per day

Why Trellix Endpoint Security?

Proactive protection

Take a proactive approach and stopping incidents before they start.

Prevent ransomware

Protect against emerging and advanced threats while securing your remote workforce.

Align with top priorities

Ensure system uptime, find more automation opportunities, and simplify complex workflows.

Scale and manage

Simplify and streamline your security effectiveness with a centralized console.

Why Trellix Endpoint Security?

Proactive protection

Take a proactive approach and stopping incidents before they start.

Prevent ransomware

Protect against emerging and advanced threats while securing your remote workforce.

Align with top priorities

Ensure system uptime, find more automation opportunities, and simplify complex workflows.

Scale and manage

Simplify and streamline your security effectiveness with a centralized console.

Product features

Machine learning to identify and prevent new malware

  • Machine-learning behavior classification detects zero-day threats in near real time, enabling actionable threat intelligence.
  • It automatically evolves behavior classification to identify behaviors and add rules to identify future attacks.

Strong and Effective Performance

  • Machine-learning behavior classification detects zero-day threats in near real time, enabling actionable threat intelligence.
  • It automatically evolves behavior classification to identify behaviors and add rules to identify future attacks.
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Centralized Management

  • Machine-learning behavior classification detects zero-day threats in near real time, enabling actionable threat intelligence.
  • It automatically evolves behavior classification to identify behaviors and add rules to identify future attacks.
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Industry recognition

Trellix is recognized as an industry leader by key analyst firms

Frequently asked questions

Antivirus and antispyware software are essential for protecting your computer and personal information from malicious threats. They help detect and remove viruses, malware, spyware, and other harmful programs that can compromise your system's security and privacy. By regularly updating and running these software, you can safeguard your data, prevent unauthorized access, and ensure a safer online experience.

To determine if your computer is infected with malicious software, you can look for the following signs:

  1. Slow performance: If your computer is significantly slower than usual, it could be a sign of malware running in the background.
  2. Unexpected pop-ups: If you are seeing frequent and intrusive pop-up ads, it may indicate the presence of adware or other malicious software.
  3. Unusual behavior: If your computer is behaving strangely, such as crashing frequently, displaying error messages, or opening programs or files without your input, it could be a sign of malware.
  4. High network activity: If your internet connection is unusually slow or you notice a significant increase in data usage, it could be due to malware sending or receiving data.
  5. Disabled security software: If your antivirus or firewall software has been disabled or cannot be turned on, it may be a result of malware tampering with your security settings.

If you suspect that your computer is infected, it is recommended to run a full system scan using reputable antivirus or anti-malware software to detect and remove any malicious software.

If Trellix Endpoint Security detects malicious software or potentially unwanted software on your computer (either when monitoring your computer using real-time protection or after running a scan), it notifies you about the detected by displaying a notification message on your screen.

Alert levels help you choose how to respond to viruses, spyware, and other potentially unwanted software. While Trellix Endpoint Security will recommend that you remove all viruses and spyware, not all software that is flagged is malicious or unwanted. The following information can help you decide what to do if Endpoint Security detects potentially unwanted software on your computer.

The most common challenge for endpoint security deployments is ensuring comprehensive coverage across all devices and endpoints within an organization's network. This includes managing and protecting a diverse range of devices, such as desktops, laptops, mobile devices, and IoT devices, while also addressing potential vulnerabilities and threats that may arise from remote work or bring-your-own-device (BYOD) policies. Additionally, keeping endpoint security solutions up to date and effectively managing security policies and configurations can be a challenge.

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