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Think about every device you or your employees use to access your business network. All of these devices are called endpoints and they are attractive targets to cybercriminals. Here are 5 of the top things you can do to keep your endpoints secure.
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An endpoint is any device that is connected to a network. Different types of endpoints present their own security challenges, but any endpoint connected to your network should be protected to keep your network secure. Here are 4 of the most common types of endpoints and how to protect them.
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Some SMBs owners believe that they're immune to ransomware. Many of them assume hackers prefer targeting large companies that can afford to pay higher ransoms. But hackers don't see the situation that way. Instead, they view SMBs as low-hanging fruit that they can exploit easily.
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