Forrester: The Good And Bad of Security Technologies

From SC Magazine (Angela Moscaritolo)

Businesses are using a variety of technologies to help reduce the impact of threats, prevent breaches and meet compliance — but some of these products are more beneficial than others, according to a new Forrester report released Wednesday that examines the state of network threat mitigation. “Current attacks are very complex, and enterprise teams struggle to keep up,” the report states.

The report studies the benefits of many of the most popular technologies that business are using to secure their networks. Web application firewalls and intrusion prevention systems (IPS) are said to be necessary technologies for many businesses. At the same time, network access control (NAC) and unified threat management (UTM) technologies will continue to struggle to find a foothold, the report states.  Read the full story [scmagazineus.com]  Here’s a link to the Forrester report [forrester.com]

From SC Magazine (Angela Moscaritolo)

Businesses are using a variety of technologies to help reduce the impact of threats, prevent breaches and meet compliance — but some of these products are more beneficial than others, according to a new Forrester report released Wednesday that examines the state of network threat mitigation. “Current attacks are very complex, and enterprise teams struggle to keep up,” the report states.

The report studies the benefits of many of the most popular technologies that business are using to secure their networks. Web application firewalls and intrusion prevention systems (IPS) are said to be necessary technologies for many businesses. At the same time, network access control (NAC) and unified threat management (UTM) technologies will continue to struggle to find a foothold, the report states.  Read the full story [scmagazineus.com]  Here’s a link to the Forrester report [forrester.com]

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