The Forrester Wave™: Static Application Security Testing, Q4 2017

Static application security testing (SAST) is an important part of prerelease application testing that can identify tricky dataflow issues. It can also catch issues such as cross-site request forgery (CSRF) that other tools, including dynamic application security testing (DAST), have trouble finding.

According to The Forrester Wave™: Static Application Security Testing, Q4 2017, SAST remains critical to eliminate proprietary software vulnerabilities so attackers can’t exploit them in production. Download this report to see what’s new and why Forrester has named Synopsys a Wave Leader.

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Forrester Wave for SIEM

In our 36-criteria evaluation of security analytics (SA) providers, we identified the 11 most significant ones — BAE Systems, E8 Security, Fortinet, Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE), Huntsman Security, IBM, Intel Security, LogRhythm, RSA, Securonix, and Splunk — and researched, analyzed, and scored them.

This report shows how each provider measures up and helps security and risk (S&R) professionals make the right choice.

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Gartner & IBM Webcast: The Future of Threat Detection

The Future of Threat Detection: UEBA and SIEM Together?

An IBM Security webinar featuring Gartner analyst Anton Chuvakin

Gone are the days of a clearly defined network perimeter, in which you can confidently rely on static rules to detect intruders. As the cyber threat landscape has evolved, so has the vendor landscape. With all the options available, do you know which threat detection solutions to invest in – much less which ones will still exist in five years?

Listen to this IBM Security webinar featuring Gartner analyst Anton Chuvakin to learn:

  • Similarities and differences between SIEM and UEBA solutions
  • Predictions on the future of these two markets
  • How QRadar’s single-platform approach to SIEM and UEBA can help you not only detect more threats, but also more accurately determine if a threat is real versus benign

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Forrester Report: The Eight Business And Security Benefits Of Zero Trust

In response to increasingly complex cyberattacks, security pros devote resources to granular aspects of their networks. This is understandable and necessary to a degree, but it's also a great way to lose sight of your ultimate goal: protecting customers and empowering the business. Zero Trust networks accomplish the dual tasks of deep, continuous data inspection across the network and lean operation and oversight — tasks that seem mutually exclusive in traditional networks. This report highlights the eight most significant ways Zero Trust boosts security and your business. This is an update of a previously published report; Forrester reviews and updates it periodically for continued relevance and accuracy.

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Demanding More From Your Enterprise CDN

The future of the web needs to be faster and safer.

In 2018, there will be increasing pressure for IT departments, marketing, and business operations to prioritize website security and performance. The rise of website cryptominers, DDoS attacks, data breaches, and ransomware shows no signs of slowing down, and the impacts can be devastating for your brand. Organizations who use a CDN can cut costs, improve security, and redefine availability by leveraging a cloud-based proxy WAF and CDN. Stop paying by the gigabyte for obsolete tech and old datacenters. Many services have ambiguous pricing, add-ons, hidden costs, and bandwidth charges, but it doesn't have to be this way. Optimize the performance of your web properties and gain peace of mind with a professional security team, easy configuration, rapid response, and services such as threat protection, monitoring, incident response, and white-glove support.

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Modernizing with All-Flash

All enterprise applications can now benefit from the performance and latency advantages offered by All Flash. Higher SSD densities, lower costs, and improved data reduction technologies have made it possible for All Flash to cost-effectively support general workloads. Explore the changing economics of All Flash in this executive summary.

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How Broad All-Flash Vendor Portfolios Help IT Customers

In the current 3rd Platform computing era, enterprises of all sizes are being asked to continue to support legacy applications while providing support for next-generation applications (NGAs) in mobile computing, social media, big data/analytics, and cloud environments. At the same time, most information technology (IT) organizations are consolidating around virtual infrastructure for both legacy and new applications. This has significantly changed the I/O profiles that storage infrastructure has to deal with, and it has become clear that for most primary storage workloads, and even now for some secondary workloads, hard disk drives (HDDs) no longer adequately meet requirements. As a result, we are seeing overall enterprise storage revenue shift away from HDD-based designs toward newer flash-based designs. Download this IDC-authored white paper from Dell EMC and Intel® to learn more.

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Dell EMC Unity 400F Database Comparison

Handle transaction workloads and data mart loads with better performance. The Dell EMC Unity 400F All-Flash storage array powered by Intel® Xeon® processors offered solid performance compared to the HPE 3PAR 8400. When your company’s work demands a new storage array, you have the opportunity to invest in a solution that can support demanding workloads simultaneously—such as online transaction processing (OLTP) and data mart loading.

Download this Principled Technologies white paper from Dell EMC and Intel® to learn more.

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