What are the Good practices to be followed for End Point Security?

Good Practices

As mentioned in my last post regarding end point security , in this blog we will be explaining about the good practices for end point security to be followed by a security architect :

Following are the good practices which can be followed and will keep your machine or system away from cyberattacks:

  • DNS configuration
  • Hased enabled password
  • SNMP protocol to SMNPv3
  • Certificate signed by CA
  • SSH connections
  • Logging
  • Configure Backup
  • Configure Software Rules
  • Device Policy
  • Script Control
  • Zones
  • Application Control
  • Device Management

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