Endpoint protection is not limited to large companies and can benefit businesses of all sizes.
In today's digital landscape, every organization are facing the risk of cyber threats, making endpoint protection an important component of their cybersecurity strategy. According to a survey by A SANS Endpoint Protection and Response, 44% of respondents reported managing between 5,000 and 500,000 endpoints. The problem of cyber threat is overwhelming to all sizes of businesses, especially for these small companies that do not have adequate human resource in IT security.
Endpoint protection safeguards endpoints such as laptops, mobile devices, and IoTs from cyber-attacks. Without it, businesses leave their devices and networks vulnerable to malware, ransomware, and other cyber-attacks. Endpoint protection offers a comprehensive approach to cybersecurity by providing real-time threat detection, incident response, and continuous monitoring.
In summary, endpoint protection is vital for businesses of any size to protect their assets and data from cyber threats.