What sort of endpoint protection you guys are using on Linux / Windows clients and servers…?
I know Sophos and other proprietary vendors have the UTM and endpoint stuff…
Tom… just wonder what you suggest for home / SOHO setup…who can’t afford solarwind…?
endpoint client protection with pfsense…?
OSSEC…WAZUH… any comments…?
For small business that want to pinch pennies…
- no open ports on router
- backups, offsite crashplan 120.00 a year per device
- End users training. <---- biggest threat!
For Windows machines wanting to use a free option, Windows Defender works as good if not better than any of the other free offerings.
For Linux systems, if you are only using the repositories than come with a major distro such a Ubuntu, Debian, Fedora and not loading third party applications from lesser known places you are safe. OSSEC / WAZUH are good but due to their more complicated setups I would consider them a more advanced form of proection, but a good solution.
I would suggest Spider Oak for smaller BU requirements it is zero knowledge of crypto keys as crashplan has access to your keys.