The Value of Multi-Vector Protection on the Endpoint
One successful malware infection provides the foothold cybercriminals need to steal the organization’s sensitive data. WannaCry successfully locked up more than 200,000 endpoints across the globe. Petya quickly followed, which impacted more than 300,000 endpoints across critical infrastructure entities.
Cybercriminals have moved to a multi-vector attack approach. It combines a mixture of social, malware, and hacking, which represent the triple threat in a cybercriminal’s multi-vector attack technique. And it’s working.
Protecting against multi-vector attacks required multi-layered endpoint protection. This brief covers what multi-vector endpoint protection is, and why it provides a best practice approach that delivers the greatest efficiency advantage for your security team and strongest efficacy for your endpoints.