Today’s threat landscape is more unpredictable than ever in the wake of COVID-19, the ensuing remote and hybrid work transition, and as cybercriminals utilize increasingly sophisticated attack methods. Endpoint attacks are on the rise and the cost of a data breach continues to increase, from $3.86 million to $4.24 million in 2021, according to IBM’s Cost of a Data Breach Report.
Why Endpoint Management?
Your endpoints are the gateway that attackers use to access your company data; leaving them unprotected exposes you to risk and potential attack, as well as the financial, reputational, and legal consequences of a data breach.
It is critical for organizations to adopt consistent approaches to endpoint protection in 2022 and beyond. The best way for IT teams to achieve this without additional burden is with an endpoint security solution that delivers continuous threat monitoring, detection, and automation of critical security tasks.