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Glossary definition: Endpoint Cybersecurity

Endpoint Security: Protecting Your Network's Gateways

Endpoint cybersecurity is a type of security measure taken to protect endpoints, such as computers, servers, mobile devices, and other network-connected devices, from malicious cyber threats. Endpoint cybersecurity is a comprehensive approach to protecting endpoints from the threats posed by hackers, malware, and other malicious actors. Endpoint cybersecurity solutions typically involve a combination of hardware and software solutions, such as firewalls, antivirus software, intrusion detection systems, and endpoint protection platforms. These solutions are designed to detect, prevent, and respond to malicious activity and threats. Endpoint cybersecurity solutions can also include measures such as user authentication, access control, encryption, and network segmentation. The goal of endpoint cybersecurity is to protect endpoints from malicious attacks and ensure that data and systems remain secure.