Most network endpoints are in the dark.
Do you know how to find them?
Organizations that cannot identify threats lurking in their dark endpoints will be defenseless when attacks inevitably occur, and have no idea how to stay compliant with data protection laws, much less prevent attacks.
Without proof of endpoint compliance, your company is vulnerable to severe regulatory action and fines
Even if organizations have some visibility into their endpoints, most lack the ability to prove endpoint compliance. These companies typically do not have adequate resources to monitor endpoints and will be slapped with regulatory action and reputation damage if they are compromised.
Inefficient endpoint security can cost you significant amounts of money and resources
The ability to secure endpoints is at an all-time low, and the cost and complexity of reducing endpoint risks are at an all-time high. Survey respondents reported spending an average of 1,156 hours a week to detect and contain insecure endpoints - the equivalent of 28.9 full-time employees spending 100% of their time managing endpoints.
Automation increases efficiency and visibility — it’s your best weapon against endpoint attacks
Most organizations piece their security strategy together, leaving gaps that create vulnerabilities to costly attacks. Only 28% of organizations currently incorporate automation into their security strategy, even though 61% are interested in having automation in their security arsenal.
Misconceptions about automation are holding you back from strengthening your security
Don’t let short-term thinking leave you open to a long-term battle against data security attacks. Savings on personnel costs combined with productivity gains and prevention of reputation loss or fines make automation a valuable investment.