“Attackers continue to focus on the exploitation of endpoints in our new normal of remote teams and office-based teams.”
Glenn Baruck, eDot
Attackers are looking for the easiest way in, and in doing so, they continue to exploit endpoints to inflict maximum damage, making comprehensive and purposeful endpoint protection critical. As we continue with remote teams and transition back to the office, endpoint protection will need to keep evolving and be challenging for everyone, from small businesses to large-scale organizations.
This recent article (written for MSPs but valuable to all) by “Netsurion Guest Blogger” for Channelfutures.com provides insights and some practical steps to discuss with your IT team, and your service providers as you proactively plan for the protection of your infrastructure and assets.