For months, cybersecurity experts have been warning of a shifted cybersecurity paradigm where the front lines have been pushed back — protecting oneself from attack, they say, is no longer a viable option. And there have been hints that many in the legal tech industry and beyond were heeding this warning, especially considering the success of cybersecurity startups focusing on protection after a breach.
But in perhaps the clearest indication, the 2016 State of the Endpoint Report found that this approach to threats is set to take off in a vast majority of multinational companies across a variety of industries.
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