An unclassified endpoint is a type of network endpoint that is not connected to any other network and is not part of a defined security perimeter. These stand-alone computers, mobile devices, and other network devices store and process their data without the threat of intrusion or unauthorized access. Unclassified endpoints are often used in scenarios where a need exists to store sensitive or confidential information without the risk of a potential breach. Examples of unclassified endpoints in the workplace include desktops, laptops, tablets, and smartphones not connected to a company’s internal network. Unclassified endpoints can also exist in home networks and for internet of things (IoT) devices.