February 8th, 2018 By Greg Young
Endpoint and Host security techniques have diverged. There used to be considerable similarity between the techniques and tools used to secure desktops, servers, and even networks. Desktops evolved to become Endpoints, as mobile devices proliferated and they were assembled into a collective of being in the category of not-a-server.
But as practitioners know, it isn’t all about the tech. Organizations changed, too: operations groups diverged into distinct endpoint ops and data center or server ops teams. At the same time security shifted to more often becoming about monitoring and ensuring security than by implementing it and operating it.
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