Endpoint security is the process of protecting devices that are connected to a network. This includes PCs, laptops, smartphones, and other devices that can be used to access data or applications. The benefits of endpoint security include increased protection against cyber threats, improved compliance with regulatory requirements, and enhanced user privacy. In addition, endpoint security can help to prevent data breaches by providing an additional layer of security for sensitive data. As more and more devices are connected to networks, endpoint security will become increasingly important in the fight against cybercrime. With the growing popularity of BYOD (bring your own device) and IoT (Internet of Things), the number of individual connected devices can reach thousands.