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What is Endpoint Protection (EPP)?

Endpoint Protection (EPP) is a type of security software that protects an individual computer or server from malicious software and cyber threats.

It works by scanning the computer for known threats, blocking malicious traffic, and providing a central management console for administrators to monitor and manage the security of their endpoints. EPP also offers other features such as patch management, application control, and data encryption. With EPP, organizations can protect their data, systems, and networks from malicious activities and ensure that their endpoints are secure and compliant with industry standards.

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