Last updated on November 18, 2019
Research firm Gartner defines the Endpoint Protection Platform (EPP) market as one with offerings that “provide a collection of security capabilities to protect PCs, smartphones and tablets,” which it said could include anti-malware, personal firewall, port and device control, and more.
The endpoint protection platform provides a collection of security capabilities to protect PCs, smartphones and tablets. Buyers of endpoint protection should investigate the quality of protection capabilities, the depth and breadth of features, and the ease of administration. The enterprise endpoint protection platform (EPP) is an integrated solution that has the following capabilities: anti-malware, personal firewall, port and device control. EPP solutions will also often include: vulnerability assessment, application control and application sandboxing, enterprise mobility management (EMM), typically in a parallel nonintegrated product, memory protection, behavioral monitoring of application code, endpoint detection and remediation technology full-disk and file encryption, also known as mobile data protection, endpoint data loss prevention (DLP).
Microsoft and CrowdStrike are in Leaders quadrant with Symantec, Trend Micro and Sophos. ESET is still remaining in the challengers quadrant. Some other vendors including McAfee, Kaspersky, Carbon Black and SentineOne are in Visionaries.
Symantec , Sophos and Trend Micro are in leaders quadrant. ESET is in Challengers.
Trend Micro, Kaspersky Lab, Sophos and Symantec were in leader quadrant . Intel Security (McAfee) and Microsoft were in Challengers.
Trend Micro, Intel Security (McAfee), Kasperskey Lab, Symantec and Sophos were in Leaders Quadrant. Only Microsoft was in Challengers Quadrant.
Intel Security (McAfee), Kaspersky Lab, Trend Micro, Symantec and Sophos were in Leaders Quadrant. Microsoft was in challengers.