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Teresa Worth

Portfolio Product Marketing Manager - Endpoint Security (BigFix)

Teresa Worth is the Portfolio Product Marketing Manager for Endpoint Security (BigFix) at IBM. She brings over 20 years of product marketing management and sales experience for security, storage, and systems management solutions with industry leaders such as Dell, Seagate, Platinum Technologies and Sterling Commerce – as well as start-up organizations. She received her MBA from the University of Colorado and her BBA in management information systems from Texas A&M University.

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How to Reduce Hidden Endpoint Management Costs and Increase Efficiency

To reduce hidden endpoint management costs, look for solutions that give you comprehensive visibility into your endpoint landscape and enable you to consolidate tools and increase efficiency.

How Much Is Endpoint Management Really Costing You?

Many organizations are paying much more than they realize for endpoint management in terms of money, resources and speed. Where do these hidden costs come from, and how can companies reduce them?

Ransomware 101: What Is Ransomware and How Can You Protect Your Business?

What is ransomware? In short, it's malware that encrypts your data and demands a ransom fee for its supposed safe return. The best defense against this threat is to keep it off the network altogether.

Why Collaborative Defense Is the Future of Endpoint Management

To improve endpoint management in today's threat landscape, IT organizations must embrace collaborative defense by integrating tools into a cohesive security ecosystem and sharing threat intelligence.

Why Endpoint Management Is Critical to Security Strategy

Endpoint management and security is a daily battle. You need a solution that helps you discover, manage and secure your endpoints faster, more easily and more consistently.

Co-Written By Teresa Worth

Worried About Apache Struts? Stay One Step Ahead of Endpoint Attacks

Security teams needs advanced visibility into all endpoints across the organization to prevent endpoint attacks such as the recent Apache Struts exploit.