What Is Edge Security? | Buzzwords
Edge security is an increasingly important aspect of any corporate network. In the simplest terms, edge security means protecting your most vulnerable devices at the “edge” of your network.
As the Internet of Things takes over and becomes an ever-present part of our personal and working lives, the number of endpoints has risen exponentially—and with it the number of attack vectors.
Malicious actors have wasted no time directing their efforts towards exploiting IoT devices, which today can be virtually anything—from phones to laptops and TVs to fridges.
Edge security as a result is very important to SMBs and enterprises looking to protect their data.
Watch this explainer video as we break down edge security and go over everything you need to know about this fast-emerging field of cybersecurity.
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