Global Endpoint Security Market, Forecast to 2023

Global Endpoint Security Market, Forecast to 2023

Increasing Threats Drive Growth, Vendors Answer with Innovations and Integration

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20-Sep-2019
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Research Code: K3B4-01-00-00-00
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“Global Endpoint Security Market, Forecast to 2023” is a Frost & Sullivan report which analyzes the global market for endpoint security.Endpoint Security is a security software platform that includes host-based software products that secure computing devices and Internet of Things (IoT) from malware, targeted cyber attacks, unwanted applications, and physical loss or theft. Endpoint security may be referred to by different terms depending on the vendors: Endpoint Protection Platform or Endpoint Protection and Prevention (EPP). Endpoint security is a host-based software system that protects users against phishing, malicious links,, and malware. A software agent is installed on a host system. Endpoint security includes both EPP and Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR). EPP is a software suite which includes antivirus, intrusion prevention, anti-malware and other features. EDR is an advanced tool to detect threats, contain the incident, investigate with forensics and proactive hunting tools, provide immediate response and remediation. Endpoint devices include computing devices: laptops, desktops, tablets, servers, and smartphones. IoT devices are included as endpoints. There is an increasing number and diversity of endpoint devices. Email and web-borne threats are the first and second major threat vectors, respectively. These threat vectors are avenues of attack on endpoints. In the last few years the complexity and volume of threats have increased significantly. Threats to endpoints have become big business targeting specific verticals as well as individuals within organizations. In particular, there has been an increase in sophisticated and highly targeted cyber attacks. Many attacks use social engineering techniques. The threat landscape is constantly changing. There is the continued prevalence of advanced and targeted threats along with the growth of malware. Attacks have become more sophisticated, aimed at high profile targets. The most significant trend in the endpoint security market is the acceleration of organizations migrating to the cloud. The cloud is driving new endpoint security strategies. Enterprises are interested in transitioning to cloud-delivered security to reduce cost/complexity, simplify security for mobile users, and adopt new capabilities. Migration to cloud-based services moves the service outside of an organization’s security perimeter and potentially opens the organization up to more frequent and easier cyber-attacks. IoT introduces new entry points for hackers. The number of connected devices is increasing every year. These devices have different operating systems, networking protocols, and vulnerabilities. IoT devices which form part of business processes driven by cloud apps, or gather data that might be sensitive to the organization need to be secured from external threats. Continued growth of mobile devices, BYOD and IoT will drive increasing web traffic. A major development in the last two years is that EDR has quickly become integrated into EPP. Endpoint security vendors have integrated various EDR functions across a spectrum of EPP offerings. The lines between EPP with EDR and stand alone EDR have blurred. Data privacy has introduced more stringent and punitive government regulations which drives demand for endpoint security. Organizations are looking for integrated solutions that enable them to consolidate vendors and increase operational efficiencies while gaining stronger, comprehensive security. Automated tools are required in order to address the shortage of skilled security personnel. In such a competitive environment, web security vendors need to differentiate.

The report analyzes the endpoint security market geographically, by size of business segment and vertical markets. Vendor market shares and competitive analysis are presented.

The endpoint security market is growing faster than was foreseen just a couple of years ago. In 2018, the market grew 10.4% to $11.9 billion. Forst & Sullivan foresees 2019 will grow 8.9% to $13.0 billion. The Compound Annual Great Rate (CAGR) for 2018 to 2023 is 6.6%. Total commercial endpoint security represents 68% of revenues in 2018 compared to 32% for Consumer/SOHO. The commercial segments are growing faster than Consumer/SOSHO.

Author: Tony Massimini

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Table of Contents

Executive Summary

Executive Summary (continued)

Executive Summary (continued)

Executive Summary—Market Engineering Measurements

Executive Summary—CEO’s Perspective

Introduction to the Research

Market Definitions

Market Definitions (continued)

Market Overview—Endpoint Security

Market Overview—Endpoint Security (continued)

Market Overview—Endpoint Security (continued)

Market Overview—Endpoint Security (continued)

Market Overview—Impact of the Cloud

Market Overview—Impact of Social Media

Market Overview—Impact of IoT

Market Overview—EDR Integration

Market Overview—Endpoint Security Functions and Features

Market Overview—Endpoint Security Functions and Features (continued)

Market Overview—Why is Endpoint Security Important?

Market Overview—Why is Endpoint Security Important? (continued)

Market Overview—Mergers and Acquisition

Market Overview—Mergers and Acquisition (continued)

Market Overview—Key Questions This Study Will Answer

Market Overview—Distribution Channels

Drivers

Restraints

Drivers Explained

Drivers Explained (continued)

Drivers Explained (continued)

Drivers Explained (continued)

Driver Explained—A Perennial Shortage in InfoSec Talent

Drivers Explained (continued)

Restraints Explained

Restraints Explained (continued)

Restraints Explained (continued)

Macro Trends Impact for Endpoint Security

Macro Trend Discussion—Migration to the Cloud and Mobility

Macro Trend Discussion—IoT Growth Adds More Endpoints and New Entry Points

Macro Trend Discussion—Integrated Solutions will Lead to Vendor Consolidation

Macro Trend Discussion—Endpoint Security Vendors Continue to Innovate to Counter Threat Evolution

Forecast Assumptions

Total Endpoint Security Market—Revenue Forecast

Revenue Forecast Discussion

Revenue Forecast Comparison with Prior Report

Revenue Forecast Comparison with Prior Report—Revenues

Revenue Forecast Comparison with Prior Report—Growth Rates

Total Endpoint Security Market—Percent Revenue Forecast by Region

Regional Revenue Forecast Discussion

Total Endpoint Security Market—Percent Revenue Forecast by Market Verticals

Endpoint Security Vertical Market Revenue Forecast Discussion

Total Endpoint Security Market—Percent Revenue Forecast by Business Segment

Business Segment Revenue Forecast Discussion

Competitive Analysis, Total Endpoint Security Market—Market Share

Total Endpoint Security Market—Market Shares 2017 versus 2018

Competitive Analysis—Market Shares, 2017 v 2018

Total Endpoint Security Market—Market Shares Gains 2018

Competitive Analysis—Market Share Gains 2018

Competitive Environment

Competitive Factors and Assessment

Competitive Factors and Assessment (continued)

Endpoint Security Market—Market Engineering Measurements

Regional Distribution of Revenue of the Major Market Participants—2018

Regional Revenue Discussion—Major Market Participants

Total Endpoint Security Market—Revenue Forecast by Business Segment Market

Business Segment Distribution of Revenue of the Major Market Participants—2018

Business Segment Revenue Discussion—Major Market Participants

Total Endpoint Security Market—Revenue Forecast by Vertical Market

Vertical Market Distribution of Revenue of the Major Market Participants—2018

Vertical Market Revenue Forecast Discussion

Strategic Imperatives for Success and Growth in Endpoint Security

Consumer/SOHO—Market Engineering Measurements

Consumer/SOHO Segment—Revenue Forecast

Consumer/SOHO—Revenue Forecast Discussion

Consumer/SOHO Segment—Market Share

Consumer/SOHO—Competitive Environment

SMB Segment—Market Engineering Measurements

SMB Segment—Revenue Forecast

SMB Segment—Revenue Forecast Discussion

SMB Segment—Market Share

SMB Segment—Competitive Environment

Midsize Segment—Market Engineering Measurements

Midsize Segment—Revenue Forecast

Midsize Segment—Revenue Forecast Discussion

Midsize Segment—Market Share

Midsize Segment—Competitive Environment

Large Business Segment—Market Engineering Measurements

Large Business Segment—Revenue Forecast

Large Business Segment—Revenue Forecast Discussion

Large Business Segment—Market Share

Large Business Segment—Competitive Environment

Enterprise Segment—Market Engineering Measurements

Enterprise Segment—Revenue Forecast

Enterprise Segment—Revenue Forecast Discussion

Enterprise Segment—Market Share

Enterprise Segment—Competitive Environment

Large Enterprise Segment—Market Engineering Measurements

Large Enterprise Segment—Revenue Forecast

Large Enterprise Segment—Revenue Forecast Discussion

Large Enterprise Segment—Market Share

Large Enterprise Segment—Competitive Environment

Analysis of Business Segments Discussion—Consumer/SOHO vs Corporate

Consumer/SOHO vs Corporate Revenue Forecasts

Corporate Endpoint Security Market—Market Shares 2017 versus 2018

Corporate Segments Major Vendors

North America Breakdown

North America Market—Revenue Forecast

North America Market—Revenue Forecast Discussion

North America—Market Share

North America—Market Shares 2017 versus 2018

EMEA Breakdown

EMEA Market—Revenue Forecast

EMEA Market—Revenue Forecast Discussion

EMEA—Market Share

EMEA—Market Shares 2017 versus 2018

Asia-Pacific Breakdown

Asia-Pacific Market—Revenue Forecast

Asia-Pacific Market—Revenue Forecast Discussion

Asia-Pacific—Market Share

Asia-Pacific—Market Share 2017 versus 2018

Latin America Breakdown

LATAM Market—Revenue Forecast

Latin America Market—Revenue Forecast Discussion

Latin America—Market Share

Latin America—Market Shares 2017 versus 2018

The Last Word—Predictions

The Last Word—Recommendations

Legal Disclaimer

Vendor Profile Notes

Profile—Avast Software

Profile—BlackBerry Cylance

Profile—Carbon Black

Profile—Cisco

Profile—CrowdStrike

Profile—ESET

Profile—Kaspersky

Profile—Malwarebytes

Profile—McAfee

Profile—Microsoft

Profile—Panda Security

Profile—Sophos

Profile—Symantec

Profile—Tanium

Profile—Trend Micro

Profile—Webroot

Market Engineering Methodology

Market Engineering Measurements

Partial List of Companies Interviewed

Acronyms and Terms Defined

Acronyms and Terms Defined (continued)

Acronyms and Terms Defined (continued)

Total Endpoint Security Market—Companies Included in “Other” Category

Consumer/SOHO Segment—Companies Included in “Other” Category

SMB Segment—Companies Included in “Other” Category

Midsize Segment—Companies Included in “Other” Category

Large Business Segment Companies Included in “Other” Category

Enterprise Segment—Companies Included in “Other” Category

Large Enterprise Segment—Companies Included in “Other” Category

Corporate Segment—Companies Included in “Other” Category

North America Segment—Companies Included in “Other” Category

EMEA Segment—Companies Included in “Other” Category

APAC Segment—Companies Included in “Other” Category

LATAM Segment—Companies Included in “Other” Category

Learn More—Next Steps

Additional Sources of Information on Study Topic Area

List of Exhibits

List of Exhibits (continued)

List of Exhibits (continued)

List of Exhibits (continued)

List of Exhibits (continued)

Related Research
“Global Endpoint Security Market, Forecast to 2023” is a Frost & Sullivan report which analyzes the global market for endpoint security.Endpoint Security is a security software platform that includes host-based software products that secure computing devices and Internet of Things (IoT) from malware, targeted cyber attacks, unwanted applications, and physical loss or theft. Endpoint security may be referred to by different terms depending on the vendors: Endpoint Protection Platform or Endpoint Protection and Prevention (EPP). Endpoint security is a host-based software system that protects users against phishing, malicious links,, and malware. A software agent is installed on a host system. Endpoint security includes both EPP and Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR). EPP is a software suite which includes antivirus, intrusion prevention, anti-malware and other features. EDR is an advanced tool to detect threats, contain the incident, investigate with forensics and proactive hunting tools, provide immediate response and remediation. Endpoint devices include computing devices: laptops, desktops, tablets, servers, and smartphones. IoT devices are included as endpoints. There is an increasing number and diversity of endpoint devices. Email and web-borne threats are the first and second major threat vectors, respectively. These threat vectors are avenues of attack on endpoints. In the last few years the complexity and volume of threats have increased significantly. Threats to endpoints have become big business targeting specific verticals as well as individuals within organizations. In particular, there has been an increase in sophisticated and highly targeted cyber attacks. Many attacks use social engineering techniques. The threat landscape is constantly changing. There is the continued prevalence of advanced and targeted threats along with the growth of malware. Attacks have become more sophisticated, aimed at high profile targets. The most significant trend in the endpoint security market is the acceleration of organizations migrating to the cloud. The cloud is driving new endpoint security strategies. Enterprises are interested in transitioning to cloud-delivered security to reduce cost/complexity, simplify security for mobile users, and adopt new capabilities. Migration to cloud-based services moves the service outside of an organization’s security perimeter and potentially opens the organization up to more frequent and easier cyber-attacks. IoT introduces new entry points for hackers. The number of connected devices is increasing every year. These devices have different operating systems, networking protocols, and vulnerabilities. IoT devices which form part of business processes driven by cloud apps, or gather data that might be sensitive to the organization need to be secured from external threats. Continued growth of mobile devices, BYOD and IoT will drive increasing web traffic. A major development in the last two years is that EDR has quickly become integrated into EPP. Endpoint security vendors have integrated various EDR functions across a spectrum of EPP offerings. The lines between EPP with EDR and stand alone EDR have blurred. Data privacy has introduced more stringent and punitive government regulations which drives demand for endpoint security. Organizations are looking for integrated solutions that enable them to consolidate vendors and increase operational efficiencies while gaining stronger, comprehensive security. Automated tools are required in order to address the shortage of skilled security personnel. In such a competitive environment, web security vendors need to differentiate. The report analyzes the endpoint security market geographically, by size of business segment and vertical markets. Vendor market shares and competitive analysis are presented. The endpoint security market is growing faster than was foreseen just a couple of years ago. In 2018, the market grew 10.4% to $11.9 billion. Forst &
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