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End Point Security

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Is "End Point Security" a real thing or is it just a commercial sales pitch? And if so, how does it cover my network from attacks?
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Best answer by LLiddell 3 June 2019, 16:54

Yeah as TripleHelix mentioned above,Endpoint Security is kind of a broad term. Generally it applies to computer in a business setting, and can include anything from antivirus to multi-layered protection, so it varies. So no, it is not a commercial sales pitch, it's a term that applies to a big field of different forms of protection.
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Is "End Point Security" a real thing or is it just a commercial sales pitch? And if so, how does it cover my network from attacks?
Well EndPoint Security could be taken both ways but in most cases it's the Business side of the AV https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Endpoint_security but be sure WSA does protect you in the same way with it's Consumer versions. https://www.webroot.com/us/en/business/smb/endpoint-protection

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Yeah as TripleHelix mentioned above,Endpoint Security is kind of a broad term. Generally it applies to computer in a business setting, and can include anything from antivirus to multi-layered protection, so it varies. So no, it is not a commercial sales pitch, it's a term that applies to a big field of different forms of protection.

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