ENDPOINT SECURITY – BE SURE YOU ARE AWARE AND PROTECT ALL YOUR ENDPOINTS!!
21 Jul 2017
Endpoint Security is officially defined as ‘The methodology of protecting the corporate network when accessed via remote devices such as laptops or other wireless and mobile devices.’
While endpoint security is a concept that isn’t new by any means, and while most information security professionals understand the implications of it (striving to keep up to date with the latest threats when it comes to attacks), it is becoming more complex to manage and keep company networks secure. This is especially true owing to the growing popularity of many BYOD policies, and the increasing number of employees and other authorized users being allowed to work from home and/or log-in remotely to corporate networks.
IT’S NOT JUST ABOUT YOUR EMPLOYEES BYOD DEVICES ANY MORE…
The modern office and manufacturing facilities are being built with smart devices that collect data. The increase of these IOT devices, requiring access to the network to operate, also create threats. Devices such as climate control devices, IP lighting, Bluetooth appliances, cameras, etc., can all put the company’s core network at risk by being connected.
Even employee’s personal fitness devices and personal cell phones that connect to a company network can be a security threat. As these too can cause serious security breaches if an employee’s personal device is hacked.
HOW DO YOU STAY SECURE??
Commerx is a trusted industry expert for helping to keep many of our customers’ networks secure.
We have certified security technicians who are continually educating themselves on the latest security practices to understand where the new threats/risks can come from. Driven to ensure our customers networks are not only up & running, but protected.
We can help your organization design an endpoint security solution that will protect all your vulnerabilities and help you avoid a security breach.
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