DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The “Global Enterprise Endpoint Security Market – Forecasts from 2022 to 2027” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.
Endpoint security is the technique of preventing harmful actors and campaigns from exploiting endpoints or entry points of end-user devices such as PCs, laptops, and mobile devices. Endpoint security solutions on a system or cloud protect against cybersecurity threats. Endpoint security has progressed beyond antivirus software to supply comprehensive security against sophisticated malware and new zero-day dangers.
Nation-states, hacktivists, organized crime, and purposeful and unintentional insider threats all pose a hazard to businesses of all sizes. Endpoint security is frequently referred to as cybersecurity’s frontline, and it is one of the first places where businesses attempt to defend their networks. Due to several benefits, such as cost savings with cloud storage, compute scalability, and low maintenance requirements, enterprise use of SaaS-based or cloud-delivered endpoint security solutions continues to grow.
The growing number of enterprise endpoints and mobile devices with access to sensitive data has created a tremendous need for endpoint security solutions, which is expected to drive the market.
In today’s environment, mobile gadgets such as smartphones and tablets have become necessary for both individuals and businesses. The number of employees using their phones for work is fast expanding, and mobile devices and applications have presented a slew of new attack vectors and data security challenges.
These cyber dangers range from Trojans and viruses to botnets and toolkits, and they can have a significant impact on the broader network, putting sensitive and private data at risk. For example, according to the Mobile Security Report 2021 by Check Point, 97 percent of businesses globally were hit by mobile attacks that used several attack vectors. At least one employee in 46 percent of those businesses downloaded a malicious app to their phone.
According to the same report, nearly every firm had at least one smartphone malware assault in 2020. The mobile network was responsible for 93…