This report outlines the findings from extensive primary research analyzing more than six million enterprise devices over a one year period. Our analysis led to a stunning discovery: much of endpoint security spend is voided because tools and agents fail, reliably and predictably. The clear conclusion is that increasing security spending does not increase safety. In fact, every additional security tool only increases the probability of failure and decay. The data in this report provides evidence that merely investing in more endpoint security tools is ineffective, and a new approach is needed. To secure the endpoint, the security tools already in place must be made resilient.