Computing and cybersecurity aren’t changing — they’ve already changed. End users have transformed the way IT works, and this means the widely accepted definition of endpoints has morphed. End users want to be connected to everything, which means virtually everything is (or can be) an endpoint today.
This has opened new possibilities for how we do business, but it has also created more opportunities for bad guys to infiltrate your system. To adapt to the way our modern, hyperconnected world operates, organizations must adopt a new endpoint security strategy built around artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning.