2020 Endpoint and IoT Zero Trust Security Report

Endpoint and IoT Zero Trust Security Report: Explained

No device is impervious to attack. Endpoints and the interconnectedness of the internet of things (IoT) have made businesses and organizations more susceptible to cyberattacks than ever before. In a world where everything is connected, how can you be sure that your data and devices are safe? Check out our latest report to find out.

Endpoint and IoT Zero Trust Security Report

In 2020, there was a report published by the Gartner analyst firm, predicting that by 2020, enterprises would be spending more than $1-2 billion on endpoint and IoT security. This is a very big number, and this is another report that proves that the IT industry is growing rapidly.

The report says that the landscape of endpoint and IoT security is going to change a lot in the years to come. In this report, there are many predictions made, but they are all connected.

The first prediction made in the report is that by the year 2020, there will be 12 billion devices connected to the internet of things. This means that there will be many new devices coming out every day, and this will mean that there will be many new attack vectors for malicious hackers to use to attack your network.

Then, another prediction made by the Gartner analysts is that by the year 2020, there will be more and more cloud-based applications being used by enterprises as well as individuals and businesses alike. This means that if you have an internet connection, then you can use cloud-based applications like Office 365 or Google Docs. All without having any extra software installed on your computer or mobile device.

However, this also means that there will be more holes in your network’s security. Because you won’t have total control over what happens with these applications when they are being used. It might mean more work for you when securing your network against malicious hackers. But what happened in 2020?

The Trends

What, then, were the trends in 2020? Did the predictions above come true? Well, when it came to IoT security, we did see a lot of new devices coming out every day. This is mostly because many new companies were trying to get into the market and make a name for themselves.

However, when it came to cloud-based services, this prediction did not come true. It was estimated that by 2020, there would be billions of cloud-based services being used by people all over the world. However, this prediction was not true. The reasons why aren’t very clear.

However, it was quite clear what happened when it came to the endpoint and IoT security. Because many new devices are coming out every day, and a lot of people starting to use cloud-based applications like Office 365, the number of attacks on enterprises using such applications has increased dramatically.

This means that in the years to come, there will be many more attacks on endpoint and IoT devices being recorded in history books all over the world.


So, if you are a business owner, then you should think about how you are going to secure your network against malicious hackers. Because if you don’t do it now, then you might find yourself in a very big mess in the future.

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