The consequences of a cyberattack on a business are difficult to quantify, as demonstrated by the operational, reputational and financial damage suffered by several high profile victims in recent times. And that’s before you consider the effect of GDPR can have on your bottom line.
With new threats emerging every day, it pays to have the best possible protection on your company’s devices. Which is why we put together a curated list of the best endpoint security software.
The security needs of businesses is different from that of consumers. For a start, most providers will have specific clauses in their end user agreement that specifically prohibits the use of their products in commercial environments. But there’s more.
Each entry in this list has been carefully chosen for its business features, such as remote installation and central management. The best endpoint security service will have enterprise-level protection against threats, but that doesn’t mean they have to cost a lot of money, either.