One of our customers implemented Traps on its Windows clients. Now he wants from us to completely remove conventional antivirus from clients, and even disable Windows Defender. Is it okay from security perspective?
Does PaloAlto give any recommendations regarding conventional antivirus products?
Thanks in advance,
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I am looking for an answer too as I need to decide whether to switch to Traps next year. Market adoption for next gen AV will be slow without a proper benchmarking and continuos assessment on their effectiveness against those brick and mortal AV agent that kept us alive for the pass many years.
The product is definitely positioned as a full AV replacement. Microsoft recognizes Traps as a full AV solution in Windows Security Center, and the AV-Test institute certified Traps as well. It would be interesting to hear experiences from those who have deployed the product as the sole endpoint anti-virus/malware agent.
Unfortunately, our installations of Traps client version 3.4 are NOT recognized by Windows 10. Windows continues using Defender. And, if we disable Defender, Windows Security Center sends alarms. Do we need a newer version of Traps?
Thanks in advance!
Updating the traps release is needed as the integration occurred as part of the 4.0 release:
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