Date Added: Apr 2009
Business as usual when it comes to managing and securing endpoints is no longer affordable. Not just because of tight budgets and shrinking IT staff, but because threats are changing. During the past 15 years, organizations have built up defensive barriers for the servers and databases that house their most sensitive data. But today's polymorphic threats aren't restricted to the data center. These modern threats have moved downstream, to endpoints outside the protective cocoon of the data center, providing hackers an on-ramp to network. The business of managing and securing endpoints is in serious need of an overhaul. The singular approach of using a cookie-cutter, one-size-fits-all antimalware program to keep endpoints safe isn't good enough anymore.