Cybersecurity is arguably the most crucial part of a successful IT operations management strategy. Your customers want reassurance that their data is protected, and you need to uphold those standards to retain their trust and avoid penalties from regulations like GDPR and CCPA.
An endpoint is a client device that connects to your networks like employee desktops, tablets and phones. It is also one of the most exposed entry points to your network, making it a key point of interest for attackers. Managing these endpoints is your first line of defense against cyberattacks and without a proper strategy, you are at serious risk.
There are numerous endpoint security solutions on the market, so knowing what to look for is essential for making the right decision for your business.
Here are some attributes you should consider:
Trianz is a leading endpoint management consulting firm with decades of experience in helping our clients safeguard their data and computing devices from attackers. Through careful assessment of your existing network composition, we can help you plan and implement leading solutions like IBM BigFix to lockdown your endpoints.
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