Computer Security Day: Protecting Endpoints from Cyber Threats


These days, computer security is a major concern for organisations. Computers, as well as any other end device connected to professional or personal networks (e.g. mobile phones, tablets, etc.), are referred to in cybersecurity jargon as Endpoints. These, being constantly networked, have become the main targets of cyber attacks.

Growing sophistication of threats to these devices puts at risk both the integrity of data and the stability of personal and organisational systems. Digital age has brought with it countless benefits, but also enormous security challenges.

In this article, we will explore the importance of protecting endpoints, highlighting risks faced by these devices and essential measures to ensure their security.

Endpoints are constantly the target of various threats, from malware to phishing and ransomware attacks. These attacks can result in the loss of sensitive data, disruption to systems and even significant financial losses.

To mitigate these risks, it is crucial to implement robust security measures, such as using up-to-date antivirus/antimalware software, correctly configured firewalls, as well as the need to keep systems and applications up-to-date at all times.

In addition, it is essential to adopt strict access policies, implement two-factor authentication practices and sensitise and train users on the safest practices, reducing the likelihood of attacks based on social engineering actions.

As technology evolves, new solutions emerge, such as artificial intelligence for threat detection and cloud security solutions. However, challenges lie ahead with the increasing integration of IoT (Internet of Things) devices, requiring a proactive and constant approach to endpoint security.



Protecting endpoints is essential to ensuring cyber security for personal data and organisational data. Investing in appropriate security measures, keeping infrastructures up to date, taking into account security trends in the market, as well as educating users, are crucial steps to mitigating risks and strengthening defence against the constantly evolving threats in today’s digital landscape.

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