Notebook: According to experts, the security of companies has never been more threatened by cyber attacks than it is now. Since 2020, with thousands of employees working remotely due to the pandemic caused by the novel coronavirus, the frequency of corporate break-ins and data breaches has increased significantly.
With more people from an organization spread across the city, hackers see multiple possibilities for attacks. But even with the greatest threat, many companies feel unprepared to protect their endpoints.
The word endpoints is used to refer to devices connected to the corporate network, such as computers, notebooks, including tablets, smartphones. Monitoring the security systems of any device, as with conventional antivirus programs, can be cumbersome and ineffective, especially in the home office.
In addition, according to a report commissioned by the Ponemon Institute, 60% of malware threats go undetected by traditional antivirus programs. Therefore, it is imperative that companies use security systems developed on the basis of artificial intelligence, which provide even more enhanced levels of information protection.
In cases where attacks lead to data breaches, organizations can suffer significant financial losses. According to IBM’s Cost of Data Breach Report, corporate spending can range from $2.01 million to $7.13 million.