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Malware Attacks More Frequent, Harder To Fight

The newest Ponemon State of the Endpoint Report found enterprises struggling to enforce endpoint security and to manage their biggest threat: Employees.

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Michelle
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4/21/2016 | 1:50:44 PM
Endpoint monitoring
My employer requires updated security software and operating systems when connecting to the network. They actively monitor all connected devices. You're kicked off the network if your device fails automated intrusion tests. Is this enough to secure data inside the network?
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