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agentless

The absence of a software routine running in the background at all times. See agent and daemon.
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These agentless solutions are more likely to reject applicants because there is not a human agent trying to make things work--and companies much prefer insureds who are not so risky.
focusses on providing Global 2000 enterprises and government agencies with agentless visibility and control of traditional and IoT devices the instant they connect to the network.
The Portnox agentless platform is available as cloud-based or on-premises and allows companies to grow, optimize, and evolve its infrastructure while ensuring security and compliance.
Security VAD StarLink has signed a distribution agreement with ForeScout Technologies, a pioneer in agentless cybersecurity.
has launched Ansible Tower 3, the latest version of its enterprise-grade agentless automation platform.
It runs as an agentless solution that works alongside any existing in-guest endpoint security solution to discover deep threats that have successfully remained hidden from the enterprise.
The Virtual Instruments solution is a non-disruptive, agentless data collection, correlation and analysis platform.
With agentless technology, Protect streamlines the patching process by giving IT departments increased opportunities to automate their patching.
Agentless passive is employed to refer to passives with non-specific agents.
Instead, agentless technology is used to monitor from a remote central server, which negates deployment issues and monitoring overhead.
It sets the industry standard for agentless discovery of all networked devices and includes up-to-date coverage of the latest operating systems, applications and vulnerabilities, providing the ideal foundation for assessing security risks on every system.
Sophos Server Protection addresses the security challenges by integrating agentless antivirus for vShield and full antivirus clients for Windows, Linux, Mac and UNIX into one centrally managed product.