Endpoints remain responsible for over 70% of all cybersecurity breaches, with 94% of malware still delivered via e-mail.
Traditional approaches to endpoint protection, such as antivirus, anti-spam and web filtering, have struggled to keep pace with the growing range and sophistication of attacks.
Their fundamental problem is that they are looking for something known – a hash, IP address, vulnerability or behaviour – and hackers use masking techniques to bypass the software.
A new type of technology has emerged using a behaviour-based approach to look for the unknown, using automated actions to identify suspicious activity and prevent and remediate attacks.
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This free guide from our partners SentinelOne covers:
- Why traditional endpoint security is no longer working.
- What the very latest endpoint attack methods are.
- How a next generation model improves detection and prevention at every stage of the attack lifecycle.
- What to look for in a next-generation endpoint solution.