Three Reasons Why Endpoints Cannot Remain a Security Blind Spot

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Download After a period of stagnation, endpoint security is undergoing a renaissance with a slew of products debuting in the market. Antivirus software's promise of constant protection is unrealistic, giving rise to the more practical approach of detection and incident response at the user device.

In this quick read, you'll learn Cybereason's take on:
- Why endpoint visibility increases the chances for early detection
- How using endpoint data can eliminate false positives
- How endpoint data can help establish connections between multiple malicious activities

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