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Top 10 Endpoint Security Solution Providers 2023

RevBits Next-Gen Endpoint Security Covers the Entire Threat Landscape

Security teams have been scrambling to contend with the astronomical rise in the number and types of network endpoints, largely due to accelerated digital transformation and the massive increase in remote workers since the beginning of 2020. There’s a staggering new range of potential vulnerabilities emanating from ever-increasing endpoints that require monitoring, protection, and maintenance.


While IoT has revolutionized business advancements and consumer convenience, it has indeed opened a Pandora’s Box of endpoint security issues. Trying to safeguard against malicious infiltration has become a high stakes game requiring ever more powerful and adaptable defense solutions. According to research by the Ponemon Institute, many IT professionals, an alarming 67% interviewed, believe the use of bring-your-own devices during the pandemic decreased their organization’s security posture, and fear that remote workers are putting their organization at risk of a data breach. One in three U.S. employees use their personal computer and smart phone to work remotely, while only 17% use a corporate-issued computer.


Often seen as the first line of defense, endpoint security has greatly evolved from the traditional antivirus software to more comprehensive endpoint detection and response (EDR) solutions. Today’s EDR provides more robust protection against sophisticated malware and zero-day threats with continuous monitoring that enables better visibility and response options.

Next-generation endpoint security uses artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning, and a tighter integration of network and device security to provide more comprehensive and adaptive protection than traditional endpoint security solutions. Security must extend beyond desktops and laptops to prevent exploits from infiltrating networks. Between the plethora of mobile devices and connected wearables, there is an explosion of vulnerable endpoints, with user behaviors and negligence adding to the risk matrix.

Extended detection and response (XDR) platforms are next-level exploit prevention offering the contextual and intuitive forensics, visibility and reliability that should be a part of a multilayered approach.

Alacrinet is a Palo Alto headquartered enterprise that extends next-gen endpoint security solutions to safeguard endpoints from advanced threats.

GoSecure endpoint security solutions go beyond traditional security measures to empower advanced solutions in accordance with the highly complex threat landscape.

Endpoint Management becomes easy with Ivanti Endpoint Security. The following are the associated features: app control and automated patch management, media protection, isolated device remote control, security diagnostics, customizable dashboards and reporting, and more.

Endpoint security and response options from NetWitness include NetWitness EDR and XDR. The enterprise is based in Massachusetts.

Behavioral analysis, machine learning, and contextual threat intelligence are used by Webroot’s EPP Solution, SecureAnywhere Business Endpoint Protection.

RevBits Endpoint Security is a robust next-gen solution with detection and blocking capabilities.

Trend Micro provides a broad range of EDR and EPP solutions, focusing on multi-layered security, exploitation protection, and machine learning.

By bringing to the market a wide range of key Data Security advancements and a unique viewpoint, GTB Technologies seeks to protect a company’s mission-critical data against data leakage.

A single point of control for managing scattered data across endpoints and cloud apps is provided by Druva’s inSync, a unified data protection and information governance solution.

Since 2016, RSA has offered RSA NetWitness Endpoint as their threat detection and response offering. RSA is a part of Dell Technologies.