Endpoint Protection

Endpoint Protection

Prevent Breaches, Ransomware, and Data Loss

Endpoints represent a common target for attackers, aiming not only to breach the endpoint itself but also to infiltrate the network and seize valuable assets within.

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Significant threat gains in data theft, cloud breaches, and malware-free attacks, show that despite advancements in detection technology, adversaries continue to adapt.

Strong endpoint protection is key to protecting distributed teams, achieving compliance, and reducing the risk in your business.

What is endpoint protection, and why is it important for my business?

Endpoint protection refers to a security solution designed to safeguard endpoints (devices) such as computers, laptops, smartphones, and servers from various cyber threats like malware, ransomware, and phishing attacks. It’s crucial for businesses because endpoints are often targeted by cybercriminals seeking to gain unauthorized access to sensitive data or disrupt operations.

About CrowdStrike

CrowdStrike protects the people, processes and technologies that drive modern enterprise. A single agent solution to stop breaches, ransomware, and cyber attacks—powered by world-class security expertise and deep industry experience.

Cloud native

Cloud native

Eliminates complexity and simplifies deployment to drive down operational costs

AI powered

AI powered

Harnesses the power of big data and artificial intelligence to empower your team with instant visibility

Single agent

Single agent

Delivers everything you need to stop breaches — providing maximum effectiveness on day one

Our Offerings

CrowdStrike Falcon Prevent License

USD$5/device /month


  • CrowdStrike Falcon Prevent license
  • With “first-call” support
  • A dedicated CrowdStrike console

CrowdStrike Implementation Service



  • For up to 100 devices*
  • An incremental charge is $600 per 100 additional devices.
  • Managed service for deployment, configuration, moves, adds, changes and ongoing support
  • Configure the CrowdStrike instance
  • Cover security policies for Windows, Mac and Linux laptops and desktops
  • Provide easy-to-follow user implementation guidelines and documentation
  • Support centralized deployment

CrowdStrike Managed Service

USD$15/device /month


  • Managed service for deployment, configuration, moves, adds, changes and ongoing support
  • Configure the Kobalt.io owned and operated CrowdStrike instance for the customer environment
  • Provide easy-to-follow user implementation guidelines and documentation
  • Support moves, adds and changes of Falcon sensor deployments
  • Manage the CrowdStrike back-end software (upgrades, patches, troubleshooting)


Endpoint protection works by deploying security software on endpoints to monitor, detect, and respond to threats in real-time. 

CrowdStrike Falcon stops breaches via a unified set of cloud-delivered technologies that prevent all types of attacks — including malware and much more. CrowdStrike Falcon responds to those challenges with a powerful yet lightweight solution that unifies next-generation antivirus (NGAV), endpoint detection, cyber threat intelligence, threat hunting capabilities and security hygiene — all contained in a tiny, single, lightweight sensor that is cloud-managed and delivered.

Why You Need Endpoint Protection?

How managed crowdstrike service helps?

Kobalt.io has partnered with CrowdStrike to offer a single-agent solution to help stop breaches, ransomware, and cyber attacks – powered by world-class security expertise and deep industry experience. 

Implemented and operated by the Kobalt.io team, our managed CrowdStrike solution will ensure effective deployment and management of endpoint protection to help safeguard the people, processes, and technologies that drive your business. Our Managed CrowdStrike service team will:

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Additional Services

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Managed Threat Detection

While endpoint protection is vital for securing individual devices, implementing a monitoring service adds an extra layer of defense by continuously monitoring network traffic, user behavior, and system activities to detect advanced threats that endpoint protection may miss, such as zero-day exploits or sophisticated hacking techniques. 

Additionally, our 24/7 managed threat detection service enhances your incident response capabilities, provides comprehensive visibility across your entire network and access to threat intelligence and analysis, enabling you to respond effectively to security incidents, meet regulatory requirements, and stay ahead of emerging cyber threats.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Endpoint protection defends against a wide range of threats, including viruses, worms, Trojans, ransomware, spyware, adware, phishing attacks, zero-day exploits, and insider threats.

Yes, endpoint protection complements firewall and antivirus software by providing additional layers of defense specifically tailored to protect individual devices within your network. While firewalls protect against external threats, and antivirus software detects and removes known malware, endpoint protection defends against sophisticated attacks targeting endpoints.

Traditional antivirus software relies on signature-based detection to identify known threats, while modern endpoint protection solutions employ advanced techniques such as heuristic analysis, machine learning, and behavioral monitoring to detect both known and unknown threats.

Endpoint protection should be updated regularly to ensure it has the latest threat intelligence, security patches, and software updates. Automated updates are typically scheduled to occur frequently to minimize the risk of exposure to new threats.


While endpoint protection is a critical component of a comprehensive cybersecurity strategy, it should be complemented by other security measures such as network firewalls, email security, multi-factor authentication, user training, and regular security assessments to provide layered defense against evolving threats.

On-premise endpoint protection solutions are installed and managed within the organization’s infrastructure, requiring the organization to handle hardware, software, updates, and security configurations internally. In contrast, cloud-native endpoint protection solutions are hosted and managed by the service provider in the cloud. This means that organizations access protection services via the internet, eliminating the need for on-site hardware and infrastructure management.

While SOC 2 (Service Organization Control 2) compliance does not explicitly mandate the implementation of endpoint protection, it is generally considered a fundamental component of an organization’s cybersecurity measures. SOC 2 focuses on the security, availability, processing integrity, confidentiality, and privacy of customer data handled by service providers. Endpoint protection plays a crucial role in safeguarding sensitive data by defending endpoints such as laptops, desktops, and mobile devices against cyber threats. While specific requirements may vary based on the nature of the organization’s services and the data it processes, implementing endpoint protection aligns with the security and privacy objectives of SOC 2. By securing endpoints against malware, unauthorized access, and data breaches, organizations enhance their overall security posture and demonstrate a commitment to protecting customer data, which is essential for SOC 2 compliance. Therefore, while not explicitly mandated, endpoint protection is strongly recommended as part of an organization’s efforts to achieve and maintain SOC 2 compliance.

Yes, ISO 27001 compliance typically entails the implementation of endpoint protection as part of an organization’s information security management system (ISMS). ISO 27001 is an internationally recognized standard that outlines requirements for establishing, implementing, maintaining, and continually improving an ISMS. Endpoint protection is essential for ensuring the security of endpoints such as computers, mobile devices, and servers, which are often targeted by cyber threats. While ISO 27001 does not prescribe specific technologies or solutions, it requires organizations to identify and assess information security risks and implement appropriate controls to mitigate those risks. Endpoint protection serves as a critical control measure for mitigating risks related to malware infections, unauthorized access, data breaches, and other security incidents involving endpoints. Therefore, while ISO 27001 does not explicitly mandate the use of endpoint protection, it is widely considered a best practice and is often included as part of the control framework adopted by organizations seeking ISO 27001 certification. Implementing endpoint protection demonstrates compliance with ISO 27001 requirements related to risk management, information security controls, and protection of confidential data, contributing to the overall effectiveness of an organization’s ISMS.

Outsourcing endpoint protection to a cybersecurity company offers businesses access to specialized expertise, advanced technologies, and 24/7 monitoring. Our dedicated CrowdStrike team provides comprehensive support and rapid threat detection. Our team of experts stay abreast of the latest threats and regulatory requirements, assisting businesses in maintaining compliance and mitigating cyber risks effectively. By leveraging the resources and capabilities, businesses can enhance their security posture, minimize vulnerabilities, and focus on their core objectives with peace of mind.

Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) focuses on monitoring and protecting endpoint devices such as laptops and desktops. It is typically managed in-house by the organization’s IT or security team and provides capabilities to detect, analyze, and respond to threats on these endpoints, including detailed forensic analysis. On the other hand, Managed Detection and Response (MDR) offers a comprehensive security service that covers endpoints, networks, and cloud environments. It is managed by external security experts who provide 24/7 monitoring, proactive threat hunting, incident response, and leverage global threat intelligence. While EDR requires significant internal expertise and resources, MDR offers broader coverage and continuous expert management, making it suitable for organizations that prefer outsourced security solutions.

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