Over the past few years, companies have had to radically rethink their security strategies. The traditional digital perimeter no longer exists and, as such, endpoint security has been redefined, leading to a completely new approach.
The adoption of cloud computing over the past decade has had one impact on how security policies are set, but that has been compounded by the increasing use of bring-your-own-device (BYOD) within organisations, while the proliferation of remote workers has transformed the definition of perimeter and expanded the number of endpoints connecting to networks.
These new devices multiply the number of vulnerabilities, particularly when these are employees’ own devices, all of which have their own security policies and vulnerabilities. As such, any endpoint protection must take these devices into account.
If your current systems can’t handle this shift, it’s time for change. Replacing a long-established product is not a decision to be taken lightly, but given that this is the time to act, in this white paper, Kaspersky examines some important elements involved in making the right decision.