Emerging of New Security Threats Hurt Business Operation

The consequences of a cyber attack on a business are difficult to quantify, as demonstrated by the operational, reputation and financial damage suffered by several high profile victims in recent times.

With new threats emerging every day, it pays to have the best possible protection on your company’s devices. A successful business security plan is a complex affair, but it starts with protecting all of your endpoint devices. Managed endpoint security not only protects your devices, it can also relieve your IT management burden.

The size of your organization doesn’t matter when it comes to data security, whether you’re an enterprise or a small to midsize business (SMB), you need to protect what’s valuable to you.

In data security, that starts with protecting your most vulnerable devices, namely, your endpoints. Desktop PCs, laptops, tablets, and even smartphones, any device your employees use to connect to corporate resources needs to be on this list, and protecting them can be a treacherous, ever-changing scenario.

Easing IT’s burden and speeding up both deployment and updates of malware protection is critical for all business. As long as your data holds value, criminals don’t care how big your company is. Data that holds value includes employee and customer personal and banking information, sensitive corporate intellectual property (IP), sales and product information, and company financial information such as payroll data.

Ransomware has been a major cause of concern over the past year and that’s likely to continue in the foreseeable future. Detecting it is a top priority, but the race between hackers and security professionals will always be a close one. When hackers lead the race, it’s important to know how to get that data back.

The challenge, then, is to select a product that can fend off known threats as well as detect odd behavior that hasn’t been seen before.

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