Perennial leaders Fortinet and VMware and a surging Cisco set themselves apart from the pack in SD-WAN, according to the latest Gartner Magic Quadrant. Fortinet and VMware again took the gold and silver in ability to execute, with Cisco leapfrogging both Versa and Palo Alto to capture the bronze.
Sumo Logic has sharpened its ability to help customers improve their security posture since going public two years ago, says President and CEO Ramin Sayar. Enterprises want to drive more SOC automation, while smaller firms seek more visibility into the infrastructure, he says.
Existing security operations tools focus too much on detecting threats and creating alerts rather than stopping attacks before they happen, says Check Point CEO Gil Shwed, who claims the firm's new MPR and XPR tools will reduce the number of events security analysts handle by at least 90%.
Beleaguered vendor IronNet will execute another round of layoffs, axing nearly 90 employees and removing co-CEO William Welch and CFO James Gerber from their posts. IronNet revealed plans to reduce its 250-person staff by approximately 35% less than three months after laying off 55 people.
Organizations must think differently about how to detect adversaries in the cloud rather than merely shifting their on-premises controls. Combining Carbon Black's insights into the endpoint with NSX's ability to see network connections has allowed VMware to more effectively spot lateral movement.
In this episode of "Cybersecurity Unplugged," Mark Cristiano of Rockwell Automation discusses Rockwell's cybersecurity journey, the particular challenges of deploying cybersecurity in an OT environment, and the minimum and proper industrial protections that organizations need to have in place.
The sale of Tufin to Turn/River Capital will accelerate the network management firm's move from a perpetual to subscription-based licensing model, says CEO Ruvi Kitov. The deal will give Tufin access to Turn/River Capital's knowledge, best practices and playbooks around subscription licensing.
It's been over one year since the release of President Biden's cybersecurity executive order, and federal agencies are making measurable progress in adopting zero trust architecture. Dennis Reilly of Gigamon discusses specific progress around visibility and observability in the network pillar.
An open architecture, a single pane of glass and robust endpoint security are vital to fueling Trellix's growth in XDR, says Chief Product Officer Aparna Rayasam. Trellix has given customers a unified view into their security posture for configuration, reporting and forensic purposes.
Fortinet has taken advantage of its ASIC chip and network security expertise to drive massive growth in both its SD-WAN and OT security businesses, CEO Ken Xie says. OT devices are difficult to secure on their own, so Fortinet uses its ability to block bad network traffic to keep them secure.
James Foster has been swimming against the current for months, taking ZeroFox public by merging with a special-purpose acquisition company despite the worsening economic conditions. The Nasdaq Stock Exchange listing makes ZeroFox the first cybersecurity company to go public in all of 2022.
In this episode of "Cybersecurity Unplugged," Yonatan Khanashvili describes in detail how Golden Security Assertion Markup Language attacks occur and how SOC platforms with much greater capacity to cross-correlate data than legacy SIEMs can help defenders detect and hunt for them.
With its acquisition of Infiot, Netskope now carries both the networking and security technology needed to build a Secure Access Service Edge architecture following. The acquisition of Infiot's platform will allow Netskope customers to address both traditional and emerging SD-WAN use cases.
IronNet is laying off 17% of its employees in a cost-cutting effort just 10 months after going public by merging with a special purpose acquisition company. The 55 layoffs will occur by the end of June and the company will spend the $1 million allocated for severance and other termination benefits.
Most publicly traded security vendors specialize in one technology category, but Palo Alto Networks has built out industry-leading practices around network security, cloud security and security operations. CEO Nikesh Arora discusses this unique path.