Endpoint Security Demands Defense In-Depth and Advanced Analytics

Endpoint Security Demands Defense In-Depth and Advanced Analytics

When it comes to endpoint security, large organizations find themselves in a difficult situation. Most enterprises have host-based security software (i.e., antivirus software) installed on almost every PC and server, yet their IT assets are constantly attacked - and often compromised - by sophisticated malware and targeted attacks.

This white paper concludes:

  • Host-based software can no longer provide adequate protection on its own;
  • Large organizations need a new endpoint security strategy;
  • Enterprises should assess and enrich endpoint security in four areas:
    1. Improve malware detection and blocking;
    2. Decrease endpoint attack surface for attack prevention;
    3. Increase visibility and monitoring of endpoint configuration, activities, and behavior;
    4. Integrate across the existing security infrastructure.



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