Windows Endpoint Security is Least Privilege and Data Loss Prevention
Derek Melber (MCSE, MVP)
The network that we manage and work in today is much different from the network we worked with even 10 years ago. Technology, hardware, and software have become more advanced. Unfortunately, so have viruses, malware, spyware, and end-users. With the influx of successful attacks on corporate networks, not to mention the theft and publication of intellectual property, the need for endpoint security is now at an all time high. The old school philosophy of protecting the endpoint with a perimeter firewall and written security policy is no longer valid. To protect endpoints for the typical corporate network today you need to have a more sophisticated approach.