The information security market keeps growing as customers struggle to adapt to new threats and risks while maintaining a mass of existing technologies, solutions and practices.
Companies have done fairly well protecting their networks but their ability to control the devices attaching to the network is limited. These “endpoints” must be made secure in order for an overall security strategy to be successful.
Here is a great quote from The Register's John E Dunn from 2017 that sets the stage well:
With humble viruses long gone and even the term “malware” starting to morph, security clients now behave . . .