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.
Interested in learning more? Download the Decentralized Cybersecurity whitepaper to discover:
Why a decentralized cybersecurity approach is the only way to go
The 3 pillars of cybersecurity and how they fit into a decentralized model
The causes of major data breaches
A checklist to help you manage your cybersecurity strategy
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