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Why is it Essential to Build Endpoint Security?

Data breaches at large enterprises and organizations continue to hit the headlines. Cybercriminals use a wide variety of tools and techniques to infiltrate corporate networks, despite the implementation of various security controls. As cybercriminals continue to advance their capabilities to bypass security controls, it is a challenge for organizations to identify suitable protection that will prevent and mitigate these risks.

In this article at Forbes, Louis Columbus explains how endpoint security business cases help in uncovering gaps in endpoint and offer cyber protection that needs urgent attention to prevent a breach.

Benefits of Endpoint Security For Your Company

Securing Access Points Will Save You Money

Your IT staff may already have plenty of work on their hands. Adding security breaches increase their workload, and its priority means other tech issues will undoubtedly build up. Besides, handling the aftermath of the security issue costs time and money, especially if the reputation of your organization takes a hit. Implementing the right security measures will help you shift the focus back on the daily tasks and keep your business running smoothly.

Prevent Problems Before they Occur

Endpoint security, unlike firewall and anti-virus software, proactively monitors your network. They pay extra attention to all the weak points where external devices connect. They also assist in maintaining the health of your system.

Avoid Excess Server Downtime

Excessive demands on the server’s resources from malware will lead to downtime that will further prevent you from dealing with customer service issues. A downtime outage costs between $140k and $540k per hour. Furthermore, the loss of reputation will outweigh any financial losses you incur. However, robust endpoint security will prevent the malware from getting into your system.

“Building a business case for endpoint security gives IT and Operations the insights they need to protect the constantly changing parameters of their businesses,” describes Louis.

If you want to learn more about building a business case for endpoint security, click on

Nivedita Gopalakrishna

Nivedita Gopalakrishna is currently working as a Content Specialist with CAI. She has more than eight years of experience in blogging, copywriting, and ghost-writing. Nivedita started her career as a reporter/sub-editor in one of the reputed newspaper organizations in India. She went on to pursue her career as a content analyst in an Indian-based company, Brickwork India Pvt Ltd. Nivedita has assisted several overseas clients with SEO-friendly content for B2C copies, blogs, product descriptions, newsletters, sales letters, e-books, and research papers. When she is not at her computer, you can find her either reading vintage novels or singing Indian classical music.

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