It’s All About the Endpoint: Protecting and Enabling End Users with Least Privilege

Eric Cole

How well protected are your endpoints?

Let’s face it. Breaches are inevitable. But, many organizations are still focused solely on preventing breaches, instead of limiting their effects. You’re never going to stop every data breach, so shift your focus on attaining the right risk tolerance instead.

One way that industry experts agree to limit breach attack surfaces is by enforcing least privilege and application control on endpoints.

Check out this paper written by Dr. Eric Cole to learn best practices for endpoint security. The paper discusses the four pillars of protecting the endpoint:

  • Least privilege
  • Application control
  • Password management
  • User behavioral analytics

In today’s cloud‐first, mobile‐first world, sensitive and business critical information is increasingly accessible via mobile endpoints. Don’t let that exposure lead to a damaging breach. Download Dr. Cole’s best practices paper today.