Common Device Threats

A device threat can compromise the security of an electronic device and lead to negative consequences such as data breaches, financial losses, or identity theft.

Virus Attacks

A virus can typically replicate itself and spread its malicious processes to other computers in order to corrupt, steal or delete files.

File & Fileless Malware

Malware downloaded from email attachments or websites, also embedded in legitimate software, damages computers and servers.


Ransomware extorts money by encrypting files on a device or in the cloud and demanding a ransom for the decryption key to avoid data loss.

Spyware & Keyloggers

Spyware & keyloggers are designed to spy on your computer activities and/or record exactly what is typed (ex. passwords) on a keyboard.

Advanced Threats

APTs are complex techniques that infiltrate systems without detection to disrupt operations or steal classified data without leaving any trace of their actions.

Trojan Horse

A Trojan horse is disguised as legitimate code or software patches that deliver malware to steal data, disrupt services, or create backdoors.

Adware and PUPs

PUPs and adware are bundled with other software to forcefully install themselves on a device, and can be disruptive in less malicious ways.

Proactive Endpoint Security Features


Managed Device Protection

Leverage management capabilities on-top of existing endpoint tools to connect the dots and enforce policies on organizations’ devices and the relevant processes.

Device Posture

Map device resources and configurations to build a device security snapshot across an organization based on industry best practices for end-point protection.

Investigation & Response

By monitoring device processes and executables across an organization, CRM 360 can assist with investigation and response as threats are identified and for post-incident attack-chain analysis.



Leverage CRM 360 on top of the native anti-virus and anti-malware capabilities to manage and protect endpoints with automated remediations.


Web Browsing

Working hand-in-hand with the CRM 360 browser extension, ensure employees are not exposed to malicious sites, web redirects, unsafe extensions, and more during their day-to-day internet activity.


Identify Missing Updates

CRM 360 detects outdated operating systems and vulnerable software so you can take appropriate actions with the guidance of the CRM 360 playbooks.

How does endpoint security work?


The Guardz device agent continuously monitors activity on designated end points, integrating with existing AV tools and communicating status to the management system.


Designed to identify anomalies in executables, processes, autoruns, and command-level activity, the CRM 360 agent surfaces the information that matters with an urgency that reflects the relevant risk.


Using the combined intelligence of the CRM 360 threat operations team and machine learning tools, malicious activity is isolated from the noise and brought to the forefront.


CRM 360 delivers the relevant alerts and insights to system admins through issues and alerts to enable timely responses and communication with the relevant parties.


The CRM 360 remediation options vary according to the findings but empower admins to implement automated resolutions or follow detailed playbooks to solve the issues manually.