Bromium surveyed more than 300 information security practitioners focused on endpoint threats and security.
Over the past many years, there’ve been a plethora of security solutions available for Windows-based endpoints, but most of them are helpless against malicious code targeting the kernel - even when we employ layered security and stack them one upon the other.
Enterprises are at an increasing risk for data loss due to the growing amount of company data stored on endpoints—the laptops, smartphones, tablets and other devices which reside on the edge of the network.
Businesses today invest heavily in security technology in an effort to protect the most vulnerable aspects of their IT infrastructure – the endpoints and end-user devices – in order to ensure compliance enforcement of corporate security policies and standards.
In this podcast, recorded at Infosecurity Europe 2014, Branden Spikes, CEO, CTO & Founder of Spikes Security, talks about making the web a safe place to visit with the use of isolation technology for preventing malicious content from infecting endpoints.