Endpoint Security is the core endpoint module in Coro.
The Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) module extends your ability to handle incidents as they occur. You can remediate quickly to prevent further damage from known and unknown threat sources and to conduct post-breach analysis.
It continuously monitors endpoint devices and presents these findings in clear, easy-to-manage tabs from the Coro dashboard. Filter through the data as needed, and receive remediation guidance and immediate response actions.
The Endpoint Data Governance module protects sensitive data from unauthorized access, use, disclosure, modification, or destruction across endpoints.
To help ensure compliance with these regulatory standards, Coro lets you remotely scan endpoints for:
The WiFi Phishing add-on guards endpoints outside the LAN (local area network) by preventing connections to suspicious WiFi access points. It works by detecting connections to WiFi access points that are suspicious of man-in-the-middle attacks aimed at hijacking device communication.
Email Security is the core email module in Coro.
The User Data Governance module helps administrators establish a data handling strategy. Make sure data is only being accessed by by authorized users and maintain compliance to strict regulatory standards.
This module scans emails for unauthorized disclosure of sensitive sensitive data like:
The Secure Messages add-on lets you encrypt outbound emails. With this module, you can use a private key to ensure only the intended recipients to access emails.
The Inbound Gateway add-on is a proxy that provides real-time detection and protection for incoming emails. It lets you intercept inbound emails and inspect them, allowing only threat-free or trusted emails to reach recipients.
You can choose between the following for suspicious emails:
Network Security is one of the core SASE modules in Coro. Capabilities in this module include:
Cloud Security is one of the core SASE modules in Coro.
With it, you can stop abnormal admin activity, access violations, ID compromise, malware, and mass data changes in the following cloud apps: Microsoft Office 365, Google Workspace, Slack, Dropbox, Box, and Salesforce.
The Secure Web Gateway (SWG) add-on lets you apply DNS filtering to restrict network traffic. DNS filtering can protect your business from malware, viruses, and other potential threats.
The Zero Trust Network Access module (ZTNA) lets you apply strict security protocols for remote workers without hindering end-user productivity.
To guard and protect remote work, you can verify each user, device, and network flow before granting access to corporate resources.