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The endpoint is the new frontline in the battle against enterprise cyber-risk – considering the increasing volume and complexity of threats, and the growth of unmanaged endpoints during the pandemic, it’s no surprise that the vast majority (91%) of global IT decision-makers interviewed recently by HP now believe that endpoint security has become as important as network security.
The question is how to mitigate the risks posed by insecure devices, error-prone users and a cybercrime economy worth trillions.
For some, part of the answer lies with application isolation, a novel approach gaining traction in the industry, which applies zero trust principles and hardware virtualization to help neutralize threats.
In this article, Phil Muncaster investigates what application isolation has to offer for enterprise CISOs.