Edge computing is packed with benefits for businesses, but it also creates a larger surface
area for cybersecurity threats to penetrate corporate networks. A network typically includes
hundreds of edge computing devices, which also creates hundreds of risk areas and entry points
for DDoS attacks, ransomware, and any other form of security breaches.
As the attack surface grows larger, protecting data at the edge is a monumental security
challenge for Chief Information Security Officers and Chief Technology Officers.
With robust edge security measures, you can build a security stack that protects your
corporate network against zero-day threats, malware, and point-of-access attacks.