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New Technology Won't Remove Endpoint From The Bullseye
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RyanSepe
RyanSepe,
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10/23/2015 | 10:11:20 AM
Tragic Flaw
Many times this tragic flaw of hygiene may come down to resources. Many small to mid-size organizations allocate their resources into revenue producing positions and don't look at the business from a cost savings perspective which is where cyber security would fall into monetarily.

To have succinct processes in place for hygiene that could be replicated on a regular basis you need the employee base to perform those actions and unfortunately many places are not equipped to do that. MSSP's wouldn't help in this regard because that isn't there MO but maybe there is another managed service that could.


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