Enterprise organizations should selectively bolster defenses based upon threat intelligence and industry trends.
Large organizations need help monitoring user behavior activity, alternative endpoints, threat intelligence, and sensitive data.
Data collection, analysis tools, and hiring staff top the list of actions.
Sourcefire, architecture, and services place Cisco in the catbird seat for emerging enterprise cybersecurity requirements if Cisco remains aggressive.
Enterprise organizations benefit by monitoring user activity and improving identity and access management (IAM) processes.
FireEye, IBM, and Symantec announcements move the cybersecurity industry in this inevitable direction.
Symantec statement must be put in context of endpoint defense-in-depth.
Many organizations lack the right skills, budgets, and security analysis tools.
New services can help enterprises assess and mitigate risk in the cyber supply chain.
Revenue growth in advanced malware detection and response and other cybersecurity services will change industry marketing and investment.
Central management and migration across a multitude of form factors is critical.
Changes in threat landscape and security technology demand creativity beyond vanilla cybersecurity.
Could mean security woes and bad news for Microsoft while opening creative opportunities for security vendors and service providers.
ESG research indicates that mobile security risk management centers on data, applications, and a strong organizational model.
Integration, architecture, and collective action are the new reality and demand behavioral changes across the industry.
Jon Oltsik is an ESG senior principal analyst and the founder of the firm’s cybersecurity service. With almost 30 years of technology industry experience, Jon is widely recognized as an expert in all aspects of cybersecurity and is often called upon to help customers understand a CISO's perspective and strategies.
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