- Recorded Date:Oct. 3, 2023
- Event:On Demand
Any device used to access your network is an endpoint, and every endpoint is a highly susceptible attack vector. Endpoints are vulnerable even behind your corporate firewall, but when remote devices are being used at home or anywhere else outside of the traditional perimeter, they become open doors for cybercriminals.
Considering that every data breach or network exploit involves at least one endpoint, protecting them is critical (and difficult).
In this webcast, Senior Resultant Howard M. Cohen discusses the basic strategies available to help you keep your endpoints secure while still providing your authorized users with excellent, productive access.