Fundamental Endpoint Security Best Practice: Securing Privilege on the Endpoint

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Information security professionals know there are two fundamental endpoint security practices that should be part of their security program in order to reduce the attack surface. Validated by various government information security organizations and industry analysts, the first practice is application patching, and it has been widely adopted thanks to commonly available enabling tools. The second is securing privilege on the endpoint.

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