Over recent years, there have been major changes to the way employees work. Whilst hybrid and remote work is now commonplace, not all businesses have taken appropriate measures to secure their workforce. The changes to the workplace model have also facilitated changes to the ways that cybercriminals target organisations. In order for businesses to protect themselves from these advancements in attack methods, they need to implement layers of security. One of the final layers is endpoint security. In this article, we will discuss the importance of endpoint security, how it works and how it compares to a traditional antivirus solution What is Endpoint Security? An endpoint is any device that is connected to a network or IT system. This includes laptops, mobile phones, desktops, IoT devices, servers and virtual environments. Endpoint security is important as endpoints can be points of…