Endpoint Security—When Less Means More

Nearly 60 years after it was authored by Intel co-founder Gordon Moore, Moore’s law is still relevant even beyond the world of semiconductors. You’re probably already familiar with his observation from 1965, regarding the empirical relationship of experience to gains in production. It stated that the number of transistors on an integrated circuit would [...]

3 Challenges of Securing a Dynamic Enterprise Solved by 1 Solution

Your old perimeter was static—bounded by network devices and a determined physical location. Your new perimeter is elastic and defined by devices. And they are moving faster and farther than ever before. Keeping pace with this digital transformation is necessary to reduce risk to your organization. As the volume and diversity of endpoints increase, identifying, [...]

3 Reasons Why You Should Test Your Virtual Desktop Environment

As virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) gains popularity among enterprises across multiple industries, and with many desktops migrating to the cloud, testing your virtual desktop environment has never been so important. A poorly built VDI environment can cause performance problems among all users and slowdowns that wreak havoc on business continuity. Without testing the virtualized environment, [...]

Legacy to Next-gen: Evaluating Your Endpoint Security

Protecting endpoints against evolving threats is challenging. Malware is getting more and more evasive. Endpoints are gaining in volume, disparity, and distance from your data center. Your legacy anti-virus (AV) is no longer up to the task. Leaving legacy behind Signature-based methodologies are outdated. Developed and iterated since the 1980s, this is the best-understood method [...]

Dwell Time, Agent Smith and Modernizing Your SIEM

The more data, users and devices there are, the more points of vulnerability and risks of cyberattack there are. So why are so many IT departments relying on out-of-date cybersecurity technologies? For some, this is a byproduct of a limited budget or the skills shortage. For others, the lack of a significant incident might be [...]

The Top Three Requirements for Securing Endpoints

Admit it—when you were a kid, you checked your closet for monsters or underneath your bed, fearing that your worst nightmare was out to get you. For IT leaders, there’s something a lot scarier than the boogeyman: a security breach. Desktops, laptops, smartphones and tablets are endpoints that represent vulnerable points of entry for cybercriminals. [...]

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