End user security requires layers of tools and training as employees use more devices and apps

A posting from Dark Reading in there Endpoint security section: When Meritrust Credit Union wanted to improve its endpoint security to comply with financial regulations, information security officer Brian Meyer needed to go beyond antivirus. The commonly used endpoint security typically doesn’t provide a way of tracking whether employees’ devices — the laptops, tablets and phones moving in and out of the network — have up-to-date security or are running potentially dangerous applications. With attackers routinely evading endpoint security, Meyer was legitimately worried that one might get in.

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