Next-Gen Endpoint Risks and Protections - A SANS Survey

Provided by Malwarebytes

Category Malware

Type White Paper

Length 21

Publish Date February 24 2017

Date posted May 22 2017


Currently, the two most commonly reported forms of attack are browser-based and social engineering; both of which are directed at individual users, not technology. Organizations are not devoting enough resources to into educating users or detecting suspicious behavior, meaning they are under threat from both malicious cybercriminals and naïve employees. This report collates the results from a SANS survey into endpoint protection, discussing next-generation risks and what organizations should be doing to better protect themselves.

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