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Endpoint Security: A Timely Warning for Today’s Economic Climate

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Like all security technologies, endpoint security has to respond to an ever-changing and increasingly aggressive threat environment. Due to the need to respond to these threats, IDC believes that endpoint security solutions will not become a commodity that can be swapped in and out. Instead, customers will need to continuously assess which product(s) meet their existing and future security needs. Given the results of the survey, IDC recommends that all enterprises should make such an assessment a priority.

The information gathered in the survey, plus supportive information from IDC's continuous research, is contained in this paper sponsored by LanDesk. The responses give rise to some serious concerns about the potential for complacency in European enterprises with regard to the increasingly vigorous, sophisticated and malicious threats posed to their IT capabilities and intellectual property.