Endpoint Security Adoption, Trends, and Challenges Survey

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What is Endpoint Security

Every device that connects to the enterprise network is called an endpoint. Desktop computers, laptops, smartphones, tablets, and Internet of Things (IoT) devices are some of the examples. These endpoints … Continue reading What is Endpoint Security

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E-Cigarettes Can Be a Threat to Cyber Security Too

The Ponemon Study recently released their new study saying where an average enterprise loses $6 million to ineffective endpoint security approaches. Furthermore, it revealed that “organizations are finding it increasingly … Continue reading E-Cigarettes Can Be a Threat to Cyber Security Too

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3 Ways to Keep Endpoints Secured

Every device that can connect to your network is a liability. Since the number of endpoint devices is growing fast, it’ll soon be pretty difficult to count just how many … Continue reading 3 Ways to Keep Endpoints Secured

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The Importance of Encryption in Endpoint Devices

We are always stressing the fact that cyber crime is happening around us, and it’s inflicting great danger to individuals and all sorts of industries. In line with this, additional … Continue reading The Importance of Encryption in Endpoint Devices

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Important Things To Know About Endpoint Security

“Endpoint is used most commonly in network security and end user mobility circles to mean any device outside the corporate firewall. That could be a laptop, tablet, or mobile phone on the “edge” … Continue reading Important Things To Know About Endpoint Security

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