What is Decentralized Cybersecurity?

Decentralized cybersecurity: Two words that aren’t often used together. Until now.

As the remote work landscape shifts and more companies ditch the brick and mortar office, cybersecurity is becoming increasingly difficult to centralize.

End users are becoming more widely dispersed, and Work From Anywhere is growing in popularity. How are you keeping your company safe with devices and users roaming across the globe?
An in-house server room is no longer the answer.

Decentralizing your cybersecurity policies is quickly becoming a necessity. Adopting this model ensures that every device is secured, no matter where it is.

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Embrace Decentralized Cybersecurity

In many ways, cybersecurity has always been decentralized. Now that cybersecurity needs are dictating how we set up our IT infrastructure (and not the other way around), endpoints are the focal point. Legacy infrastructure is leading to major gaps in security.

This whitepaper will help you put all the pieces together, so you can do cybersecurity right in 2022.
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Decentralized Cybersecurity is Layered and Flexible

The goal of Decentralized Cybersecurity is to protect all your digital assets at each endpoint, without relying on a traditional perimeter. It is a series of layered and flexible safety nets to catch intruders at all of the disparate points in your infrastructure to better ensure you mitigate any potential threat. DNSFilter is part of a layered security approach.

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