Endpoint security is at the forefront of digital transformation due to the very nature of needing to protect devices outside the company’s network perimeter. This started with traditional devices such as laptops and desktops. Endpoint security then quickly expanded to include mobile security, for smartphones and tablets. And, as more data moved to the cloud endpoint security came to include servers and containers, both inside and outside of the network perimeter. In contrast, network security is designed to protect the corporate data that resides on-premise or between specific office branch locations. This leaves endpoint security as one of the few ways to manage and help protect that data from anywhere else. And because of this, the endpoint security technology has been forced to drastically improve over time to keep up with the evolution of the workplace to more remote work and the ever-growing threat landscape.