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Governance , Incident & Breach Response , Next-Generation Technologies & Secure Development

Rethinking Endpoint Security

Rethinking Endpoint Security

Every day there is a story in the news, about another business that has fallen prey to cybercriminals. Are you confident your business is protected against these attacks? Join this webinar to learn how you can best protect your business, and avoid becoming next weeks news.

In this informative webinar, you will learn:

  • The components you need in a holistic, multi-layered endpoint protection solution;
  • How you can leverage interactive security management interfaces to improve your security posture;
  • The importance of people and processes in delivering solid security.

Background

Changes in the ways that we create, store, and consume information in the digital, connected age have dramatically increased the need to protect our information assets. Traditionally, an "endpoint" referred to a desktop computer; today that definition has expanded to include laptops, tablets, mobile smartphones, and even removable storage devices such as USB flash drives.

In addition to the proliferation of devices to protect, new and more dangerous malware is surfacing at an alarming rate. From targeted spear-phishing to aggressive zero-day exploits, attackers are working hard to circumvent traditional security measures - and in many high profile cases, succeeding. While not all organizations are alike in their security requirements, there are some key considerations Info-Tech Research Group encourages everyone to consider when evaluating their endpoint security strategy:

  • There are many platforms and devices that might present avenues for the leakage of sensitive data;
  • Computing devices are not the only ones that need to be protected;
  • An increasing need for multiple layers of interconnected protection.

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