Endpoint devices are often the first point of entry into a company’s network. A 2020 study by Ponemon discovered that 68% of organizations have experienced an endpoint attack that compromised data. Endpoint security seeks to secure end-user devices such as desktops, laptops, and mobile devices and defend the company’s perimeter against cyber-attacks and data theft.
A successful cyber-attack can negatively impact your business in several ways including financial loss, loss of customers and a damaged reputation.
In our digitized society, cyberattacks are becoming increasingly more intelligent. The total number of data breaches in 2019 was up 33% compared to 2018, with approximately 8 billion personal records compromised. As a result, cybersecurity enhancements are striking against that intelligence. It’s nothing new for corporations to see higher demands for detection and prevention of cyberthreats, however, custom solutions are becoming more critical, as hackers are constantly finding new ways, platforms and gaps to attack, affecting businesses of all sizes. Failure to adapt to custom cybersecurity operations could result in your network being compromised, leading to adverse consequences like loss of customer trust, business disruption and financial loss.