MarketingJanuary 19, 2022by Marketing-automationThe new normal: Hybrid work means greater focus on endpoint security

Whether it's a hybrid, remote, or in-office experience, endpoint vulnerabilities represent a real security risk. Companies must secure any potential access to their internal network from hacking and cyberattacks—which are more prevalent than ever.

How can organizations modernize to protect themselves against these threats?

Using Zero Trust within the context of Azure Active Directory as a foundation, anything connecting to your network must be validated before gaining access. And even when vetted, it will operate in a separate virtual machine to keep the rest of the network secure.

We used to think of network security as a perimeter issue, but with so many endpoints, the perimeter no longer exists. Employees now work from various locations using different devices, making it is close to impossible for any single IT team to confirm that they’re using protection mechanisms.

Employees require safe, versatile endpoint experiences to perform at their best from anywhere in the world. How can organizations protect themselves? Endpoint security seeks out viruses, malware, and other risks and, if it finds them, it works to mitigate the risk to the rest of the network by keeping it locked down.
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