John Breeden II

John Breeden II is an award-winning journalist and reviewer with over 20 years of experience covering technology. He is the CEO of the Tech Writers Bureau, a group that creates technological thought leadership content for organizations of all sizes.

Review: How Perimeter 81 provides a near plug-and-play network security service

Review: How Nyotron Paranoid puts endpoint security worries to rest

Review: How Nyotron Paranoid puts endpoint security worries to rest

Adding an extra layer of endpoint protection isn't just for the overly cautious.

Review: How Barac ETV analyzes encrypted data streams

Review: How Barac ETV analyzes encrypted data streams

Barac’s Encrypted Traffic Visibility Platform can halt encrypted attacks — without breaking the encryption. In our tests, the results seemed mostly instantaneous.

Review: XM Cyber HaXM makes automated penetration testing more accessible, reliable

Review: XM Cyber HaXM makes automated penetration testing more accessible, reliable

HaXM is the next logical evolution of automated pentesting programs. Not only does it offer continuous scanning that is easy to configure, it also provides advice to help fix problems.

Review: CrowdStrike Falcon breaks the EDR mold

Review: CrowdStrike Falcon breaks the EDR mold

The biggest differentiator with Falcon is that the brains of the platform exist completely in the cloud, which gives it unlimited scalability as well as a massive footprint of users and enterprises.

Review: LogRhythm takes SIEM to the next level

Review: LogRhythm takes SIEM to the next level

LogRhythm Enterprise offers a lot of protection and assistance for finding and remediating threats … and sometimes even pre-threat actions.

Review: FireMon clears the clutter for network security policy management

Review: FireMon clears the clutter for network security policy management

A pioneer in the field of network security policy management, FireMon provides full visibility into networks and devices, and overlays that knowledge with the rules, platforms, hardware and programs designed to protect it.

Security software reviews, 2019: Lab tests of today's top tools
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Security software reviews, 2019: Lab tests of today's top tools

We go hands-on with some of the most innovative, useful and, arguably, best security software on the market.

Review: How Awake Security uncovers malicious intent

Review: How Awake Security uncovers malicious intent

This advanced network traffic monitoring platform identifies hidden threats and those that don’t use traditional malware, making it extremely powerful and useful in today’s threat environment.

Review: Barracuda Sentinel protects email where others fail

Review: Barracuda Sentinel protects email where others fail

Email security may be the next big push in cybersecurity. Here's how Barracuda Sentinel fills the gaps left by gateway appliances.

Review: How Aqua secures containers from development to production

Review: How Aqua secures containers from development to production

The Aqua Cloud Native Security Platform uses an inherent advantage of containers, the fact that they are always highly specialized for their jobs, to create a cybersecurity structure based on whitelisting.

Review: Fidelis Deception breathes life into fake assets

Review: Fidelis Deception breathes life into fake assets

Today's skilled hackers know, or at least suspect, that deception is in place and won't blindly follow breadcrumbs to fake assets. To combat this, Fidelis Deception creates realistic, living deception assets.

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