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Evolution of Endpoint Security - An Operational Perspective
draft-mcfadden-opsec-endp-evolve-01

Document Type Expired Internet-Draft (individual)
Author Mark McFadden
Last updated 2022-02-17 (Latest revision 2021-08-16)
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Abstract

This draft discusses the traditional model of security where endpoints in the network are protected by a variety of tools. It proposes a model for endpoints and then argues that the older, traditional approach is no longer sufficient for operational security at the endpoint. A series of operational examples are discussed in an Appendix.

Authors

Mark McFadden

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