While most organizations focus their cybersecurity efforts on hardening their networks, mobile devices connected to the organization often remain vulnerable. To address this gap, the Center for Internet Security (CIS) has launched CIS Endpoint Security Services (ESS), a customized solution offered exclusively to U.S. State, Local, Tribal, and Territorial (SLTT) organizations. Introduced mobile.
CIS ESS Mobile is an extension of the CIS Endpoint Security Service (ESS), launched in 2022, that provides real-time visibility into network endpoint vulnerabilities. Most employees use phones and other devices to check email and connect to networks remotely, so these devices need to be secure as well.
Key benefits of ESS Mobile:
Visualize blind spots on mobile devices in real time.: ESS Mobile consistently tracks the security posture of mobile devices, identifying and addressing emerging threats.
Provides users with actionable insights into mobile threats: ESS Mobile transforms complex mobile security data into clear, actionable insights, enabling users to proactively address potential threats.
Reduce mobile device risk: Powered by industry leader CrowdStrike, ESS Mobile provides a multi-layered security approach to effectively reduce cyber risks associated with mobile devices.
Privacy-centric design delivers automated threat protection: ESS Mobile empowers security teams with endpoint detection and response (EDR) that blocks malicious phishing links, identifies vulnerable devices, and detects malicious and unwanted activity in business-critical mobile apps. Provides automated threat protection.
“ESS Mobile not only strengthens members’ defenses against evolving threats, but also enables them to maintain the highest standards of mobile cybersecurity and better protect the integrity and confidentiality of sensitive information across their infrastructure. We make it possible,” said Executive Director Lee Noriega. of the Cyber Security Services Organization. “Its real-time response capabilities and advanced threat hunting capabilities align perfectly with our commitment to protecting the SLTT community.”