As your modern IT infrastructure scales, so do the blind spots, gray areas, threats, and risk vectors that come with it. In today’s world, network security is more critical than ever. Organizations need to deploy vigilant measures to prevent malicious entities, especially rogue devices—the nefarious enablers of complex attacks—from seeping through the cracks.

However, in a network designed to suit evolving computational and user needs, striking the fine balance between “too strict to use” and “too lenient to secure” can be a challenge. Organizations need stringent security policies to prevent malicious agents from exploiting shadow IT or IoT support all while keeping the end user experience in mind. Organizations should also be lenient enough to support BYOD policies.

The risks associated with rogue devices are severe. They can lead to data breaches, malware infections, and even enable more advanced network attacks. That’s why it’s now more important than ever to have a comprehensive understanding of rogue devices and how to tackle them.

How do organizations understand and prevent rogue attacks?

Our new e-book, Rogues on the rise: Is your network secure enough?, is an excellent resource for anyone looking to secure their network against rogue devices. This comprehensive guide covers everything from what rogue devices are, how they enter organizational networks, and the risks they pose, to the steps you can take to detect and prevent them.

Learn a multi-layered approach to tackling rogue devices with this e-book. This approach includes both technology and policy measures. It covers the importance of developing a security policy, monitoring the network, implementing access control mechanisms, and conducting employee training.

This e-book is an invaluable resource for anyone looking to secure their network against rogue devices. Whether you’re an IT professional or a business owner, Rogues on the rise: Is your network secure enough? is a must-read.

So why wait? Download your free copy of the e-book today and protect your network from rogue devices.

Tags : E-book / security
Sharon Abraham Ratna
Marketing Analyst