Enforcing Endpoint Security: Creating a Network Security Policy
sponsored by CA Technologies.

Before when all user endpoint devices that accessed company information were business owned, it was easy to say that the data on them was secure. This no longer applies now that more and more users are utilizing non-company-owned devices to gain access. For this reason, organizations must take new steps to prevent the risks and damages of hostile, malware-infested and non-compliant endpoints. In this e-guide, gain expert insight in how to address endpoint dangers. Uncover:

  • 5 data security design patterns for implementing the Zero Trust strategy
  • 9 best practices for successful endpoint security enforcement initiatives
  • And more
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