This report identifies the key players in the endpoint security space not previously seen for this area of security to help decision makers identify contenders for protecting their environments.
Boulder, Colo. (PRWEB) March 15, 2016
Enterprise Management Associates (EMA), a leading IT and data management research and consulting firm, has released a new research report titled "Next-Generation Endpoint Security Market Sizing and Forecast 2016–2020," based on criteria defined by David Monahan, research director of security and risk management at EMA.
This vendor-related research focuses on solution providers that are delivering proactive next-generation endpoint security services covering prevention, detection and response. Seventy-seven percent of the vendors competing in this space have emerged in the last five or fewer years, making this a highly volatile, dynamic and competitive market with explosive growth.
The next-generation endpoint security (NGES) market has evolved from legacy endpoint security. It is most similar to the endpoint threat detection and response (EDR) market identified by Gartner, but also overlaps the specialized threat analysis and protection (STAP) market identified by IDC. NGES is contained within the broader endpoint software security market, which includes traditional antivirus—also identified by IDC—and the even larger endpoint security market identified by MarketsandMarkets, which includes all of the aforementioned markets plus firewall, endpoint device control and more.
The fast-growing NGES segment is important and warrants a separate, discreet definition from broader, legacy endpoint security market definitions. Protection services offered by these solutions are far beyond those of traditional antivirus and look to overtake antivirus as an enterprise staple, creating a multi-billion dollar opportunity for these providers.
“Endpoint security is a paramount concern for most organizations today. Determining the business requirements for choosing a solution to provide protection and detection services is also a weighing concern. The wrong choice could be disastrous and a career limiting move." said Monahan. "This report identifies the key players in the endpoint security space not previously seen for this area of security to help decision makers identify contenders for protecting their environments.”
This new EMA report on endpoint security:
-Discusses the current market maturity
-Profiles each vendor
-Identifies each vendor’s placement in the market by:
- Largest single deployment
- Market share by licenses sold
- Market share by revenue
- Provides market analysis and insights, including growth estimates for the next 5 years
Get the "Next-Generation Endpoint Security Market Sizing and Forecast 2016–2020 research report": http://research.enterprisemanagement.com/next-gen-endpoint-security-market-sizing-2016-report.html
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