VIDEO: Compromised? Self-Heal Third-Party Apps with Application Persistence
VIDEO: Compromised? Self-Heal Third-Party Apps with Application Persistence

“I’ve already deployed a suite of security tools — I’m secure.”

But are you? Unfortunately, the reality of enterprise security today is that organizations are facing constant attacks and compromising situations. Devices are re-imaged, users disable apps, and registry files are corrupted…

Many businesses are surprised to learn that, when devices go off the network, their security tools don’t work properly. The result is what we call the “dark endpoint,” and that could mean serious security consequences. Losing endpoint visibility is simply an unmanageable risk, and there was no solution — until we created one.

Thanks to our partnerships with leading device manufacturers over the last 24 years, our self-healing endpoint solution is already embedded in laptops, tablets, desktops, and phones. In fact, more than 1 billion devices have our technology embedded inside, and we’ve been leveraging that for years to help enterprises secure endpoint devices and the data they contain.

The Next Stage: Third-Party Endpoint Security & Management with Application Persistence

Today, our Application Persistence product gives that embedded, self-healing advantage to third-party endpoint applications and controls, such as VPNs, anti-virus, encryption, systems management, and others. It’s not too good to be true, either: Watch the video, and see how the power of Absolute’s Persistence technology instantly re-installs compromised apps…

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Application Persistence gives both enterprises and independent software vendors the power to establish more resilient endpoints that self-heal if an application is removed or compromised — and return that endpoint to an original state of safety and efficacy, without IT intervention.

Visit our solutions page for information about how self-healing endpoint security can enhance visibility, reduce vulnerabilities, instantly remediate breaches, help ensure compliance, and make the entire security stack resilient to attack.