Automation of endpoint security is top priority for IT pros

A new survey of IT professionals finds that automating endpoint detection and response processes is a top priority. The study from cyber security training company, the SANS Institute, shows 42 percent of the IT professionals surveyed say their endpoints had been breached, and 82 percent of that group say their breaches involved desktops, while 69 percent cited corporate laptops and 42 percent claimed involvement of employee-owned laptops (42 percent). The top threat vectors for these exploited endpoints were web drive-bys (63 percent), social engineering/phishing (53 percent) and ransomware (50 percent). But while respondents are relying on the security capabilities they… [Continue Reading]

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