Endpoint protection, or endpoint security, describes cybersecurity services for network endpoints, like laptops, desktops, smartphones, tablets, servers, and virtual environments. These services may include next-generation antivirus software, endpoint detection and response (EDR) for investigation and response, device management, web filtering and data loss prevention (DLP), and other considerations to face evolving threats.
Endpoint protection helps businesses keep critical systems, intellectual property, customer data, employees, and guests safe from ransomware, phishing, malware, and other zero-day cyber attacks.
Criminals are constantly developing new ways to attack networks, take advantage of employee trust, and steal data. Smaller businesses may think they’re not a target, but that couldn’t be further from the truth. In fact, small businesses with 100 employees or fewer face the same risk of attack as a large employee enterprise.
No matter the size, businesses need reliable endpoint security that can stop modern attacks. And since most companies are subject to some form of compliance and privacy regulations, protection for endpoints is 100% necessary to help businesses avoid hefty fines and damage to their reputation due to a security breach.
Steps to secure endpoints in your organization:
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