U.K.-based Sophos came in fourth place, capturing a 7.8 percent market share in the global corporate enterprise security market. Sophos ranks sixth when factoring consumer antivirus, ranking behind ESET and Kaspersky Lab. Sophos CEO Chris Hagerman unveiled the company's vision to North American partners in May, which includes placing much of its attention in winning deals among small and midsize businesses. The company's long-term strategy is to unify its portfolio, linking its unified threat management appliances with its endpoint security suite and its cloud and mobile security components. The goal is to provide visibility of the network and endpoint on one management console and have the ability to drill down and address threats identified on endpoint devices.