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Analysis of the Global Endpoint Security Market, Forecast 2021

Increasing Threats Drive Growth and Attracts New Vendors
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Published: 19 Jun 2017

The Frost & Sullivan report analyzes the global market for Endpoint security. The growth of cyber threats such as malware, viruses, ransomware, BEC, phishing, botnets and more are of great concern to companies and consumers. Email is still the number one threat vector. It is the most used mode of corporate communication. In the last few years the complexity and volume of threats have increased significantly. Many Web based attacks are generated by links and attachments to email. Ransomware has become a significant threat in the last year. Endpoint devices such as PCs, servers, and mobile are the most critical security perimeter for an organization. These trends are driving the need for improved endpoint security solutions. Endpoint Protection Platforms (EPP) offers layered security. EPP is more than simply antivirus. Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) is emerging as an important function in EPP but also as stand alone versions with more advanced capabilities. EDR is a proactive security solution versus the more reactive security solution offered by EPP. The market has two dominant players but also a large number of security vendors and is highly fragmented. In the last few years the market has attracted new vendors both established security vendors and startups. It is a market poised for consolidation as vendors seek to fill out their portfolios and acquire new IP.

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