We all know that technology alone will not stop the dynamically changing actors seeking to steal information. Proven best practices and a respect for the history of cyber conflict dictate a comprehensive approach. That said, cyberspace is a technological domain and choosing the right technology to enhance your defense is absolutely key.
One of the big problems in selecting the right technology is the overwhelming amount of innovation and capability creation occurring in the field. Consider, for example, the yearly RSA Conference. Every year an expo floor is set up with over 500 companies demonstrating their technologies. If you wanted to spend an hour with each of them it would take over 500 hours! Impossible. But even if you could, by the time you finished you would need to start over because they evolve so fast.
CTOvision provides a resource designed to help you more rapidly assess the overwhelming cybersecurity marketplace. Our guide to the Cybersecurity Technology Marketplace provides insights on firms with proven capability. For each firm we report on we include succinct insights into their capability, a short video demo (when available), lists of the firm’s competitors, and links to allow a deeper examination when warranted. Since our reference is categorized, if you have a general feel for the type of solution you are looking for you can navigate by functionality and see lists of key firms in that part of the market. Or you can search to see if we are reporting on a firm you have an interest in.
If you have direct experience with a high quality provider of security technology that has made a difference to you and your organization we would love to hear about it. Let us know via our contact form or reply to any of our newsletters with your input.
We also provide insights into the rest of the enterprise technology stack. For more see the CTOvision Disruptive IT Finder.
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