About Promisec Endpoint Manager

Promisec Endpoint Manager is a cloud-based endpoint security management solution designed to help businesses with compliance management, threat detection, and data breach prevention. The software enables users to maintain compliance with the corporation’s best practice standards such as NIST, DISA STIGs, CIS Benchmarks, and more.

With Promisec Endpoint Manager, businesses can automatically scan and identify corrupted files, insider threats, malware, advanced persistent threats (APTs), and potential vulnerabilities. The solution provides comprehensive inspection of endpoints such as running processes, system configuration, performance metrics, and more. The built-in customizable reporting tools along with visual dashboards provide managers with...

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October 2018


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Company Size: 51-200 employees

Time Used: Less than 6 months

Review Source: Capterra



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October 2018

Promisec has enabled us to provide robust compliance managed services

We've optimized our compliance teams efforts, with PEM we are able to automate thousands of work-hours and keep our collaborators doing more important tasks than manual compilation and comparison of baseline data versus runtime configurations. Our customers are very satisfied with the way PEM simplifies audit events.


The fact that it does not requiere agents for 99% of deployed endpoints. How simple it is to define a configuration baseline and then update it according to business requirements. The top level dashboard which lets us visualize our compliance in the most comprehensive way. The fact that PEM has a very specific reason to be and delivers it 100%.


Some customers have asked for features which do not currently exist and even when it seems like they should be easy to implement, we haven't got them. This is because the lack of an agent as much as it simplifies deployment and management, it limits the platform's capabilities. We don't like this but we understand it is justified and all the pro's are more relevant.