Need to Improve Endpoint Visibility For Info Security
In a recent ESG research project, 315 security professionals working at enterprise organizations (i.e., more than 1,000 employees) were asked to identify their organizations’ endpoint security monitoring weaknesses. Thirty percent said they were unsure about, “applications installed on each device,” 19% had difficulty monitoring “downloads/execution of suspicious code,” 12% struggled when tracking, “suspicious/malicious network activity,” and 11% had a hard time tracking “current patch levels.”
In a recent Market Landscape Report, ESG defined a new network security category called Endpoint Visibility, Access, and Security (EVAS). EVAS is actually a superset and evolution of Network Access Control (NAC) with greater functionality and intelligence.
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