From The Core To The Edge
Vendors attending RSA Conference 2020 have made significant advancements around network and endpoint security, adding managed detection and response capabilities to their portfolio, decoy endpoints to derail attackers, and the ability to check documents against known risk and threat profiles.
On the network security side of the equation, cybersecurity companies have made efforts to replace the legacy VPN, automatically define network access policies at scale, illuminate network blind spots, and better detect and response to network-based threats.
As far as firewalls are concerned, suppliers are debuting devices with robust capabilities around internal segmentation, encrypted traffic analysis, detecting cloaked malware, blocking connections to known malicious IPs, and filtering out age inappropriate search results in child-heavy settings.
Here's a look at what 13 RSA Conference 2020 endpoint and network security vendors are doing to block lateral movement by intruders, remediate sophisticated malware attacks, and provide fast and secure access to services hosted in public clouds or enterprise data centers.