Most companies are utilizing a multitude of devices across various locations. You have employees managing day-to-day tasks on cell phones, tablets, and laptops interchangeably. And while this opens a world of possibilities for you and your team, it also substantially increases your exposure to risk. Keep reading to learn more about Endpoint Security; what it is, why it’s necessary, and how you can get help managing it right away.
What is Endpoint Security?
Endpoint security is an approach to the protection of computer networks that are remotely bridged to client devices. The connection of endpoint devices such as laptops, tablets, mobile phones, IoT devices, and other wireless devices to corporate networks creates attack paths for security threats. Endpoint security attempts to ensure that such devices follow a definite level of compliance to standards. Ultimately, the goal is to prevent the predictable, detect the elusive, and combat future attacks.
Why is Endpoint Security Necessary?
The cybercrime economy is booming. The barriers to entry are lower than ever, and corporate workers have never been more at risk. In fact, 64% of organizations have experienced one or more successful endpoint attacks. Even though so many companies have encountered endpoint attacks, most state they lack ample resources to minimize IT endpoint risk due to an infection. The biggest setbacks include complexity, cost, and lack of expertise. So, how can your team defend itself against endpoint attacks?
How JSG Managed Detection and Response Can Help
To reduce your exposure to endpoint threats, partner with an experienced IT specialist like JSG. Our endpoint experts expose blind spots across laptops, desktops, and servers. We solve the limitations of traditional prevention, anti-virus, and user awareness. Additionally, our team will handle the ongoing management and tuning of your managed detection and response to continually monitor, hunt, and investigate risks.