Report Concludes That No Single Endpoint Solution Is Enough: Layers Are Needed
Trace3, a pioneer in business transformation solutions, recently released original research, Solution Trends in Endpoint Security, from its Innovation Research Team. The report is designed to give CIOs a 360-degree balanced view of emerging technologies, including competitive benefits and potential drawbacks.
According to the endpoint security trend report, the days of relying on traditional antivirus protection to secure the jagged perimeter of endpoint devices are over. Today's endpoint security architecture requires a layered approach built on four key components: (1) Endpoint Protection Platforms, (2) Endpoint Threat Detection & Response, (3) Threat Isolation, and (4) Exploit Technique Mitigation.
The report provides analysis, predictions and recommendations for enterprises seeking to create, augment or replace their existing endpoint security stack.
“In today’s complex threat environment, companies need to adopt a comprehensive, layered approach to security, which is a challenging task in such as rapidly evolving, crowded market,” said Mark Campbell, VP of Trace3 Research. “It’s critical that companies assess their individual security vulnerabilities and needs, and then design a solution that leverages some of the most innovative security solutions on the market.”
“Our research finds that a significant piece of the market still focuses heavily on malware protection, even as detection is becoming more important,” added Campbell. “Since there is no 100 percent effective prevention solution, detection products should be a key area of attention when beefing up a layered endpoint security stack.”
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