Video: Are you doing enough to protect your endpoints?

Tom Allen
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Video: Are you doing enough to protect your endpoints?
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Video: Are you doing enough to protect your endpoints?

As many as 70% of major security incidents start with an endpoint.

Securing endpoints like laptops and smartphones is "absolutely critical" when it comes to protecting the company as a whole, says BT's Alexandra Foster. Speaking to Computing's Tom Allen about e...

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