Posts Tagged 'Endpoint security'

More products, more vendors, more time, and more complexity. Sound familiar? If your IT organization, like many, is trying to simplify the growing sea of products and solutions within your environment by standardizing on a single vendor, you may be considering how to narrow your security vendor footprint next. Endpoint security is an area where […]

How the consumerization of IT is affecting endpoint security What happens in Vegas may stay in Vegas, but what happens on your employees’ personal devices may not stay there. According to a recent survey of consumers around the world, conducted by MSI Research on behalf of Intel Security, almost 80% of respondents use their personal […]

Small businesses often lack IT resources, yet are plagued by the same security issues that large corporations face in today’s increasingly complex threat landscape. Threats do not discriminate against company size, and neither should security; all companies deserve access to industry-leading protection. As a part of our mission to make security available to all, we’re […]

I recently wrote a piece in Dark Reading around the notion that Endpoint security is not dead, but instead facing a steadily mounting series of obstacles with relation to the new universe of Internet-connected devices. While there are certainly more challenges to securing corporate networks today, claiming that enforcing Endpoint security policies is basically fighting […]

Every organization has deployed anti-virus/anti-malware solutions, but how much you have actually reduced your risk? To recap what we’ve covered in this 5-part blog series, Aberdeen’s analysis and Monte Carlo modeling: Confirms the high risk of unprotected endpoints Demonstrates that endpoint protection really does reduce risk Confirms that “free” endpoint protection (e.g., Microsoft) is better […]