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Endpoint Security

By: Kaseya

To win the ongoing war against hackers and cyber criminals, IT professionals must do two things: Deploy and maintain endpoint security tools with the latest updates, and ensure the software applications running in their networks have the latest available patches. Failure to do either exposes their IT environments to cyber threats and their organizations to financial losses and embarrassment, while putting their jobs at risk.

Keeping up with patches and updates, however, isnít easy. Vendors pump them out in an endless barrage as they seek to plug newly discovered security holes and improve performance. In distributed, heterogeneous environments with hundreds or thousands of endpoints, it is virtually impossible to manage the process manually.

The only chance that budget-tight IT departments have at effectively tackling all these challenges is by replacing error-prone, time-consuming manual processes with the automation of security audits and patching. Administrators also need to manage these processes from a single dashboard that gives them a comprehensive view of the IT environment.

Tags : cyber crime, automation management systems, network security, software applications, network infrastructure
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Published:  Mar 12, 2015
Length:  5
Type:  White Paper