Your organization is not safe without endpoint protection. PCs and laptops continue to be the primary entry point for hackers looking to gain entry into a corporate network, so choosing the right endpoint security technologies is a crucial part of any IT security strategy.
- There is a wide range of fast-changing threats to the user endpoint.
- The traditional blacklist-based approach, namely anti-virus and anti-malware, is losing effectiveness because the pace at which new threats arise.
- An effective endpoint strategy seeks to limit exposure to threats first, rather than chase after the latest threats.
- Intelligent application control and targeted patch management should be essential elements of any company's endpoint security strategy, beyond simple anti-malware, and we'll discuss how to do it.
- BYOD and enterprise mobility will demand a different treatment to endpoint security in the unmanaged part of your infrastructure.