By 2020, there will be more than 25 billion connected devices on the internet. Which also means there will be 25 billion connected things like vending machines, heart monitors, and thermostats that need to be secured, because each one of those devices is an endpoint vulnerability. And we know that the cyberattackers are not slowing down; in fact, security threats are up by more than 48 percent annually.
So how can agencies secure their networks, while still allowing the flexibility and efficiency that these endpoint devices bring? The answer is built-in endpoint security that enables agencies to constantly monitor and assess their security vulnerabilities.
Join us for an on-demand training to hear tips from government and industry experts on defending the frontlines of cybersecurity.
Specifically, you’ll learn:
- Why endpoint security needs to be baked into hardware services from the start to avoid breaches.
- How to combat the 59 percent of breaches that are employee error and other similar challenges.
- How endpoints, like printers, could be used to hack into an agency’s network.