Alina Sarvey, Endpoint Security Engineer, Managed Security Services Provider

Data Shows the Need for Better Endpoint Security

  • How a business views security’s importance can often play a role in the decisions made about improving endpoint security.
  • Baseline security reports can help security professionals and the business decide whether there is a need for increased endpoint security.

“The monitoring allows me to track the data and pinpoint when we dropped out of compliance versus when we were in compliance.”

According to Alina Sarvey, a range of indicators might point a security organization to the need for increased endpoint security. How a business responds to them will depend on the company’s unique profile, business requirements, and even business culture. “I strongly believe in the human factor, and I think that personal preferences from the management or the owners can play a role at times. Some owners are more interested in being top notch in security and sleep better at night knowing that their business is well protected, whereas others don’t really perceive a huge benefit,” she says.

This is an excerpt from 32 Security Experts on Changing Endpoint Security. The eBook was generously sponsored by Carbon Black.

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