How Endpoint Security Is Evolving to See Threats in Real Time
Traditional anti-virus software that examines definition files can no longer protect data from rapidly changing security threats. In an environment in which the user is the weak point in any defense, organizations need next-generation endpoint security solutions to protect the devices that are in users' hands. At the CDW Protect SummIT in San Antonio, we spoke with CDW Cybersecurity Practice Lead Jeremy Weiss about how endpoint security is evolving. To see more articles and videos from the Protect SummIT, visit biztechmag.com/
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Matt McLaughlin, Editor, BizTech
Jeremy Weiss, Cybersecurity Practice Lead, CDW
- Traditional anti-virus tools that address definition files are still useful, but unknown threats require more sophisticated tools to detect.
- Endpoint detection and response tools can help an organizations conduct internal threat hunting.
- Artificial intelligence can enable tools such as behavioral analytics to uncover hidden threats.