We define secure web gateway, including how web gateways compare to other security tools such as firewalls and CASBs, and where this important IT security market is headed.
Organizations are most confident in network-level security tools, while newer technologies have been met with mixed acceptance.
Data breaches and new privacy regulations are prompting increased spending on IT security products and staff.
With a need for 3 million IT security pros, cybersecurity remains a hot market. Here are the skills most in demand and the best places to find a job.
Our 2019 IT security predictions: Encryption will lose its luster, cloudjacking and containers will be growing risks, and more.
User and entity behavior analytics (UEBA) can help organizations spot compromised applications and accounts, malicious insiders, and even APTs.
An in-depth look at SolarWinds Log & Event Manager, an easy to use, lower-cost SIEM option that offers automated incident response.
An in-depth look at RSA NetWitness Suite, which can process 30,000 events per second, ingest up to 10Gbps and support up to 100,000 endpoints per scalable system.
We review IBM Security QRadar SIEM, which boasts more than 500 support modules for ingesting data and can process millions of security events per second.
An in-depth look at Trustwave SIEM Enterprise and Log Management Enterprise, hybrid SIEM solutions for the mid-market and enterprise.
We take an in-depth look at McAfee Enterprise Security Manager (ESM), which processes tens of thousands of events per second and can store billions of events and flows.
We take an in-depth look at Micro Focus Sentinel Enterprise, a SIEM aimed at managed security services providers (MSSPs) and enterprises with distributed IT environments.
We review Micro Focus ArcSight, an enterprise-class SIEM system that can ingest data from more than 300 sources and process up to 100,000 security events per second.
We review AlienVault Unified Security Management (USM), a lower-cost SIEM option thanks to its open source Open Threat Exchange (OTX).
Find out how the CISO of an infamously breached website uses an Offensive Risk Management approach to improve the security of his organization.