Endpoint security solutions protect the network and the entry-points that bridge internal data with externally connected devices such as laptops and smartphones. The global endpoint security market is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate of 8.3 percent over the next several years, going from $13.99 billion in 2021 to $24.58 billion in 2028, according to Fortune Business Insights.
Four endpoint and managed security companies on our list secured six-figure funding rounds, including: Cybereason, which raised $275 million on a reported valuation of between $3.1 billion and $3.3 billion; Deep Instinct, which raised $100 million on an undisclosed valuation; Expel, which raised $140 million on a $1 billion valuation; and Opswat, which raised $125 million on an undisclosed valuation.
Three endpoint and managed security companies on our list tapped someone new for key leadership roles, with Trellix naming former Cisco SVP Bryan Palma as its CEO and promoting Britt Norwood to global channel chief. BlackBerry brought on ex-McAfee President John Giamatteo to lead the company’s security practice, while ESET hired former Ingram Micro executive Ryan Grant to drive channel business.
As part of CRN’s 2022 Security 100, here’s a look at 20 endpoint and managed security companies that are identifying and neutralizing evasive threats and preventing attacks on servers.