Force the Bad Guys to Use Zero Day Exploits — and Why That’s a Good Thing
Endpoints are by far the favorite point of entry for malicious attackers to establish a foothold in your network. Poorly configured and unpatched machines are easy targets for hackers, who often use the same tried and tested methods time and again to gain access and control.
Conversely, despite the massive industry buzz, the vaunted “zero day” exploit is in fact very rarely used. They are difficult to develop, expensive to buy on the dark web, and are only “zero day” for a day.
What if you could continuously maintain your endpoints in such a state that forced attackers out of their “tried and true” comfort zone–and left them only with an option for zero-day exploits? Chances are, such a defense may be enough to force the would-be cyber criminal to move on to a softer target.
Now you can do just that. Join our on-demand webinar to see how a continuous cycle of visibility, enforcement and remediation can drastically reduce your attack surface and risk.View On-demand