ESG Research Report: The Endpoint Security Paradox
ESG Research Report
In order to accurately assess organizations’ endpoint security technologies, policies, and processes, ESG surveyed 340 IT and information security professionals representing large midmarket (500 to 999 employees) and enterprise-class (1,000 employees or more) organizations in North America. All respondents were responsible for evaluating, purchasing, and managing endpoint security technology products and services.
Report Info
Table of Contents
  • Executive Summary
    • Report Conclusions
  • Introduction
    • Research Objectives
  • Research Findings
    • The Endpoint Security Landscape
      • Endpoint Device Usage Trends
      • Organizational Perceptions about Endpoint Security
      • Endpoint Security Staffing
    • Endpoint Security Technology
      • Tracking Endpoint Security
      • Antivirus Software Trends
      • Data Security on Endpoint Devices
      • New Types of Endpoint Security Technologies
    • Endpoint Security Services
    • Future Endpoint Security Strategy Decisions
  • Conclusion
    • Research Implications for Information Security Vendors
    • Research Implications for IT and Information Security Professionals
  • Research Methodology
  • Respondent Demographics
    • Respondents by Current Job Function
    • Respondents by Number of Employees
    • Respondents by Industry
    • Respondents by Annual Revenue