Where Endpoint Management and Security Meet
Corporate IT must explore modern management approaches that can potentially help consolidate investments, improve the overall security, and perhaps achieve a seamless end-user experience. ESG explains why.
Software-defined Perimeter (SDP): Important Initiative, Ineffective Name
No one has a software-defined perimeter (SDP) budget, but everyone has an SDP requirement. It’s time to abandon the techno-speak and reframe SDP as ubiquitous secure access services (USAS).
Modern Device Management: Resist Or Embrace?
How does IT wrap their arms around users who leverage multiple devices, applications, and identities — not to mention securing the now expanded perimeter? ESG offers guidance.
Meet the Proactive CISO
CISOs (chief information security officers) are becoming more proactive in their jobs in such areas as threat intelligence, privacy and business initiatives. ESG explains more.
Endpoint Security Suites Must Detect, Prevent Threats AND Ease Operations
Threat detection and prevention are critical. But the best next-generation endpoint security suites must help organizations automate and streamline endpoint security operations, ESG says.
Cloud Computing Chaos Drives Identity Management Changes
Cloud computing, mobility and cyber-threats makes identity and access management (IAM) more difficult than two years ago, ESG research suggests.
Enterprise Plans for Security Automation and Orchestration
Enterprises are rolling out security automation and orchestration technologies. How quickly? ESG research provides the answers.
Artificial Intelligence and Cybersecurity: The Real Deal
If you want to understand what’s happening with artificial intelligence (AI) and cybersecurity, check out this ESG research.
Managed Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) Market: Key Trends
The endpoint detection and response (EDR) cybersecurity market will segment into three categories — Enterprise EDR, EDR Light and Managed EDR, according to ESG’s research.
Cybersecurity Skills Shortage Worsens, ESG Research Suggests
Cybersecurity talent once again represents the biggest area where organizations face a shortage of skills, ESG research reveals.