Zeus Kerravala is the founder and principal analyst with ZK Research. He provides a mix of tactical advice to help his clients in the current business climate and with long term strategic advice. Kerravala provides research and advice to the following constituents: End user IT and network managers, vendors of IT hardware, software and services and the financial community looking to invest in the companies that he covers.
The XDR market is hot, with vendors large and small jumping on the bandwagon. Here are 5 key capabilities to look for when evaluating XDR solutions.
More than ever, a strong organizational identity is essential for building trust with users.
The IoT era and the expectation that everything will be connected, accelerates the need to move away from point products and toward the concept of a security fabric.
2020 will be remembered as the year the human element finally came to security.
Phishing has become the top cause of data breaches. But with employee education and the right tools, such breaches can be prevented.
By consolidating vulnerability management tools and adding AI, risk-based vulnerability management protects the entire attack surface.
Bro may have a new name -- Zeek -- but the platform has the same rich functionality for security professionals to help them analyze network data and detect threats.
All Symantec-issued digital certificates will be deprecated on Google Chrome by mid-October. Former Symantec customers must ensure their websites are compliant.
Fortinet’s network access control solution, FortiNAC, automatically discovers, controls, and enforces Internet of Things (IoT) endpoints.
After establishing itself as an innovative network vendor, Arista has moved into the security market, addressing the challenges of 'places in cloud.'
Companies must prepare for when a breach occurs – because chances are, it will happen. Ixia’s Keith Bromley says network security resilience can help.
Cato Threat Hunting System includes algorithms and procedures to alert on threats -- without adding endpoint or network monitoring tools to the customer network.
To make it easier to use security tools from multiple vendors, as well as bake security into the development process, Fortinet introduces Fabric Connectors and DevOps integration.
Here are five companies that security professionals should consider in their quest to keep their organizations secure.
DigiCert CEO John Merrill discusses the implications of Google's plan's to distrust Symantec certificates and what his company has done to help with the impending deadlines.
Illumio integrates Qualys data into its security platform to provide real-time vulnerability maps, enabling organizations to implement microsegmentation as a compensating control.
With the Evident Security Platform, Palo Alto Networks customers get a single dashboard to quickly find cloud security vulnerabilities and then see how to correct them.
Palo Alto Networks Next-Generation Security Platform expands security to all major public cloud services: Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud Platform and Microsoft Azure.
Cyber risk is real but hard to protect against. To help organizations, Apple, Cisco, Aon, and Allianz have partnered to create a joint solution.
Performing continual security tool evaluations and proofs of concept can be taxing on security teams. Security delivery platforms can greatly simplify the process.