Published: 24 May 2023
Different industries have varying endpoint security requirements that depend on regulations and compliance, technology adoption trends, criticality of resources, and industry ecosystems, among other factors. Product leaders should focus on these specific needs and areas of opportunity.
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Most connected medical devices in use today operate on legacy operating systems (OS) that lack support for advanced security features. Further, the need to comply with stringent healthcare regulations makes adoption of advanced security solutions an absolute necessity for modern connected medical devices.
Limited computational resources of sensor-based cyber-physical systems renders traditional security solutions undeployable in manufacturing environments. While a wide range of tailor-made point solutions exist, an end-to-end solution encompassing all use cases does not exist.
Endpoint detection and response (EDR) is a popular endpoint security strategy in the banking, financial services and insurance (BFSI) organizations. However, these solutions
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