3 Trends to Look Out In End-Point Security for 2018

Securing corporate networks, which are accessed by remote devices such as wireless and mobile devices, so as to protect the entry points of several threats created by these devices is covered by end-point security systems. It blocks the access attempts by malware, threats and several other perilous activities at end-points.

Increase in adoption of BYOD has enabled employees to use their mobile phones or laptops, for corporate work, which has led to undeniable and ever-shifting cyber risks, thus mandating the installation of centralized security measures with additional layers of protection at endpoints as well

1. Machine Learning

Machine learning and artificial intelligence aid the software to detect malware in the pre-execution stage of a query, thus blocking the entry passage at the very beginning. It supports protection to your entire knowledge database, downloads or any other products. The most beneficial aspects that may maximize your benefits as it imparts product competency and validate the technical knowledge.

2. Virus Creation is an Old Story

Thanks to the virus construction kits available in the market that has solved the problem of hacking files on host computers leaving residue registry key or whatnot. The bad guys have graduated to run malicious and exploiting quotes hiding inside word or pdf documents. The hackers are using Windows PowerShell commands creating more pernicious threats. This is one of the reasons why the conventional AV protection has progressively failed and has made it more compelling to track down such lateral network movement.

3. Consolidating Tools

As the market is citing increased demand for common endpoint security agent, many end-point security vendors are offering tools and software for reducing product usage complexity, which can target any specific kind of attack or vulnerability.

“There are only two types of companies:

 Those that have been hacked;

        Those that will be;

            And now which is merging into one category;

                Those that have been hacked and will be again”- Robert Mueller

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