Curb Malware With Visibility and Allow-List Policy Control

Zero Trust Segmentation stops ransomware, contains cyberattacks, and reduces risk.

End-user devices are commonly the initial point of compromise in cyberattacks. Threat actors and malware move laterally to gather credentials, perform reconnaissance, and create back doors to exploit higher-value assets like servers and workloads. Organizations must do better at containing threats and restricting the lateral movement of malware and ransomware.

This IDC Technology Spotlight evaluates rising endpoint security risks and the need for comprehensive visibility and allow-list (Zero Trust) controls.

Download the paper to learn:

  • The top benefits of an allow-list approach, focusing on security, visibility, and operations
  • 5 steps to enforcing allow-list policies for zero trust endpoint protection
  • Advantages of a host-based microsegmentation solution that enables simple allow-listing and works across endpoints, network infrastructure, and application environments
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