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With 327 new threats every minute, or more than five every second, how can businesses stay a step ahead of evolving and increasing attacks?

Network-based detection solutions can help to reduce the volume of threats reaching the endpoint. But is this level of prevention at the perimeter enough?

Recent research shows 74% of IT and security professionals believe traditional detection-based technologies are ineffective at stopping web-borne malware attacks.

80% of users fall for phishing scams according to data from McAfee, and the number of daily emails containing malware grew 50% to 2.5 billion in 2015.

To reduce the risk of a costly breach it is important to strategically prioritize the investment in the layers of your security strategy. In this document we’ll analyze what endpoint and network security solutions have to offer and how they can work together to improve your defenses.