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endpoint

(1) The mathematical representation of an end of a line. See end points.

(2) The client side. A user's computer. See client.

(3) The target end of a communication.
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Senforce Technologies[R] is a market leader of endpoint security software.
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Membership in the Endpoint Exchange Network will enhance the services and expand the reach of the image exchange programs of all these top-tier banks," said Vetterick.
SILENOR[TM] demonstrated a statistically significant improvement compared to placebo in the primary endpoint of sTST, as well as a range of secondary endpoints including subjective Wake After Sleep Onset and Sleep Quality.
Deployed as a software agent on a Windows-based server, desktop PC or laptop, Blink Professional leverages multiple layers of protection -- more so than any other endpoint security product -- to shield individual digital assets from attacks and keep systems up and running.
As an out-of-band NAC appliance that is an overlay to existing network, security and endpoint infrastructure, Lockdown Enforcer ensures policy compliance for all devices on the network, with or without agents, without impacting network performance or requiring costly network upgrades, making it fundamentally different from other NAC approaches.
The pending applications cover the use of network protocols to detect and defend networks against pre- and post-admission threats, including detection of endpoints that are propagating threats, switch-agnostic enforcement of offending endpoints, and the detection of wireless network access.
Developers can utilize exposed interfaces and resources for customization of the endpoint security client as well as create security policies for enforcement using the .
The "Workshop on Regulatory Use of (Q)SARs for Human Health and Environmental Endpoints," organized by the European Chemical Industry Council and the International Council of Chemical Associations, gathered more than 60 human health and environmental experts from industry, academia, and regulatory agencies from around the world.
A "surrogate" marker is a blood or other laboratory test which is accepted as being able to substitute for death or other clinical endpoint for the approval of a new drug.