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Eight major changes coming to endpoint security
Wednesday - 2/2/2011, 8:03pm EST
There is a significant change coming to endpoint security, with dramatic implications for how end users will be protected and what security companies must do to remain relevant and competitive. In fact, within 3-4 years, I expect endpoint security to change so much that it will hardly resemble the architecture we currently have in place. The changes will be mostly transparent to users, but will increase their level of protection, extend the umbrella across a much wider array of devices, and protect against a changing threat environment. So what will change?
Jack lays out eight points that he believes will be changing in this area. He talked about these eight points with me on the show today. You can hear our conversation by clicking on the audio link. Click here to read the entire report.