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Traditional antivirus (AV) solutions no longer stop advanced attacks. Modern attackers can easily get their hands on the static and highly predictable prevention models used by legacy AV vendors, which means they can reliably find ways to bypass them. Unfortunately, many emerging "next-gen" vendors are using approaches that fall victim to the same fundamental flaw.
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This report by Forrester outlines 11 factors that will accelerate cloud adoption in 2016.
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Replacing traditional antivirus (AV) with advanced endpoint protection (AEP) products may not be the best decision for every organization. If you do decide to switch, determining which AEP product is the best fit can be challenging. This guide provides analysis on product category definitions and preliminary decision criteria.
Advanced endpoint protection (AEP) products are still relatively immature, which makes it difficult to decide whether to replace or augment existing endpoint protection (EPP). Adding to the difficulty in assessing AEP products is the fact that measuring some of their features can be complicated. This guide provides details on product selection criteria: which features are important, and why.
As data volumes continue to increase, business users want trusted data in real time to support business decisions, and technology leaders want to simplify administration and lower costs. Closing the gap is the goal of the emerging collection of technologies that Forrester calls "big data."
Breach detection systems (BDS) are security products that offer timely detection of threats. When evaluating these products, customers must take into account traditional factors, such as security effectiveness, deployment options, performance, and administrative capabilities, as well as other metrics, such as time to detect threats and system visibility.
Global adoption of the cloud is accelerating at a dizzying rate each year with businesses of all sizes realizing the cost-saving, flexibility, and scalability benefits of migrating and running applications in the cloud. In a 2016 survey*, F5 found that 67 percent of the respondents identified themselves as "Cloud First," and three cloud models - private, public, and SaaS - dominated the top five IT strategic trends.