Metadefender Endpoint Management (MEM) leverages the OESIS Framework to verify the security and compliance posture of endpoint devices via static analysis. MEM also exposes APIs to enable third party solutions to consume and react to reported postures.
Compliance checks report the status of:
Operating System patch level;
Patch management clients;
Potentially unwanted applications (File sharing, toolbars);
Endpoint detection & response (EDR) clients;
Security checks report indications of infection by:
Reporting threats identified by locally installed anti-malware;
Reporting reputation of remote connections of the device.
Metadefender Endpoint Management APIs:
The Metadefender Endpoint Cloud APIs enable developers to integrate security and compliance data available into their own applications. In addition to the security and compliance checks described above, MEM APIs also expose basic system information such as hostname and Mac/IP address.
Technology partner integrations typically include the following solution areas:
Endpoint Detection & Response (EDR);
Cloud Application Security Brokers (CASB);
Single Sign-on (SSO);
Network Access Control (NAC);
Mobile Device Management (MDM);
Remote Monitoring & Management;
Stand alone public cloud applications.