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The business world is undergoing its most dramatic shift yet with the adoption of digital assets and workforce decentralization representing a huge business opportunity. These changes have led to added endpoints, or devices connecting to the network, and is enabling this transformation. But managing the volumes of these diverse endpoints and geographic locations has grown in complexity.
Furthermore, along with these changes in technology adoption and distribution of the workforce, the cybersecurity landscape is also changing. The multitude of endpoints that connect to the network is expanding the attack surface that bad actors with malicious intent can attempt to exploit.
From a cybersecurity perspective, this influx of endpoints represents a significant business risk. Organizations need to understand the importance of both managing and securing their endpoints and how these two variables are intertwined for a complete endpoint security strategy.