The self-healing endpoint is now a reality:
Learn More at RSA, Booth S2427
The theme of the RSA Conference this year — going om this week, Feb. 13-17, in San Francisco — is the “Power of OpportUNITY,” and Absolute will be there. Facing today’s security threats requires automation of key components of your endpoint security strategy, ensuring that you remain at optimal threat detection and response capabilities.
As Forrester analyst Chris Sherman recently outlined, current endpoint security strategies are failing against targeted attacks and modern adversaries. Devices are re-imaged, users disable apps, registry files become corrupted, devices leave the protection of the network. Many organizations react to threats by piling on more security layers but, as Chris noted in the webinar, more agents do not guarantee more protection.
Don’t let your “defense in depth” become “expense in depth.” Instead, make your existing endpoint security layers stronger with the power of Application Persistence, which we’ll be demonstrating for the first time at RSA this week. See the infographic below — and find out how we can unify your endpoint security strategy with the only solution that can coordinate your entire security stack with built-in resilience.
Visit Absolute at RSA 2017
Make your endpoint’s immune system unbreakable with the self-healing capabilities of Application Persistence. Powered by our unique Persistence technology, which is already embedded in more than 1 billion devices, you can ensure instant, zero-touch remediation of any application.
Come see for yourself at the Absolute booth at RSA (#S2427), where we’ll challenge you to put our self-healing endpoint security to the test. Come break some software, and watch it automatically reset to its original state to stop sophisticated attacks and insider threats at the source.
Need a lift while at RSA?
Don’t forget to hop into one of the Absolute-branded pedicabs, and get around San Francisco in style — available from Feb 14-15 from 10 am-6 pm. Just look for the drivers wearing green, Absolute-branded gear.