Today, virtually every organization connected to the Internet is attacked at its endpoints, with most significant cyber attacks involving at least one compromised endpoint.
A recent SANS survey found that nine of out 10 respondents either knew their organization suffered an impactful compromise originating from an endpoint, or they could not tell they had been breached through an endpoint.
Whether it’s delivered via email, a web drive-by, or direct/remote installation, protecting the endpoint is critical.
This guide focuses on the following four areas of endpoints, and discusses why the topic is important and reviews essential capabilities in that area:
-Security hygiene for endpoints
-Endpoint detection and response
-Reporting and analytics
-Deployment, robustness, and scalability