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Key Trends for End-point Security in 2022
Businesses will start and accelerate their zero-trust journey in 2022 to reduce the risk of remote work and other third-party risks.
Fremont, CA: End-point security is becoming a critical component of computer network security. It is a popular method of securing end-user devices such as laptops and desktop computers. End-point security software and solutions are available to provide the highest level of security and protection against potential cyberattacks. Let's look at the top five end-point security trends for 2022 to ensure better protection in the future.
Top trends for end-point security in 2022
Hybrid Cloud Security
Security controls will need to be added to organizations' cloud, edge, and traditional environments. In multi-cloud and hybrid cloud environments, this trust layer will protect the applications, infrastructure, architecture, and data.
It is impossible to safeguard something that cannot be seen. As a consequence, in order to achieve better results, organizations must improve their vulnerability management programs by implementing vulnerability prioritization technologies as well as combining them with automated pen-testing platforms.
Industry-specific Cybersecurity Technologies
Companies will invest in industry-specific cybersecurity technologies such as industrial security solutions, private 5G security, connected medical device security solutions, and automotive threat detection, as well as expand their partner ecosystem to include industry-specific cybersecurity providers.
Assurance over Trust
Businesses will start and accelerate their zero-trust journey in 2022 to reduce the risk of remote work and other third-party risks. There is no single path to zero trust, as well as organizations, embark on this journey on the basis of their transformation maturity level.