Endpoint security refers to securing the entry points or endpoints of the end-user devices like laptops, computers, mobiles, etc. It is done to prevent any exploitation due to malicious campaigns and activities. These security tools help organizations protect the network's endpoint or add an advanced layer of security to the cloud to stop any cybersecurity threats. Over the years, endpoint security has evolved from just being the traditional antivirus software to offering comprehensive defense from sophisticated malware. So, it is the cybersecurity's frontline, as it helps enterprises secure their networks from nation-states, organized crime, hacktivists, and accidental insider threats.