Print Issue: December 21, 2015
Our selection in this category is living proof that one doesn’t need a big organization to turn out a first-rate product with a lot of innovation behind it.
Privacy is not a new concept but it’s one that gathered steam in 2015 as it faced threats and found renewed support. Teri Robinson reports.
Collecting data needs to be diverse allowing data collection directly off of network devices and from questionnaires and other “soft” sources.
A number of criminal cyber operations were taken down this year owing to international cooperation between law enforcement agents. Ashley Carman reports.
The evaporation of the perimeter has made the idea of an infrastructure a bit fuzzy and, certainly, the notion of a surety infrastructure is an equally gray area.
Encryption will impact everyone from security personnel to consumers in the post-quantum computing world, reports Doug Olenick.
The approaches that each of these Innovators takes is focused on a specific way of viewing the security monitoring and analytics problem.
This is an entirely new category and it has become one of the most important areas of next-generation network and data protection.
There would be no need for security on our networks if we didn’t care about protecting the data that sit on them and travel on them.
Every December, we take a look back to gather up some of the year’s biggest trends and some of the whackiest happenings in the cybersecurity space.
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