Who’s Responsible for Securing Endpoints? (Video)

NSS Labs’ Mike Spanbauer on Why Clear Roles of Authority Are Needed
Organizations have more endpoints today than ever, and securing those endpoints is challenging, because it’s rare that any one organization is responsible for all the endpoints that touch its network and servers, says Mike Spanbauer, vice president of research and strategy at NSS Labs.

Endpoints are most the likely point of compromise, and they are often difficult to identity. Organizations have more endpoints today than ever, and securing those endpoints is challenging, because it’s rare that any one organization is responsible for all the endpoints that touch its network and servers, says Mike Spanbauer, vice president of research and strategy at NSS Labs. This is why it’s so critical for businesses to identity who’s responsible for securing which endpoints before a security incident occurs.

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Source: Bank Info Security