Fortifying The Base
Vendors attending RSA San Francisco have made significant advancements around network and endpoint security, adding detection and response capabilities to their portfolio, protection against emerging threats like DDoS attacks, and embracing software-defined infrastructures.
Cybersecurity companies have doubled down on everything from protecting against memory-based attacks to carrying out secure access management using a single pane of glass to leveraging machine-learning and behavioral analytics to monitor and isolate endpoint attacks.
SD-WAN has been coming into its own in the network security space, with a handful of security-focused companies rolling out their own offerings to deliver network performance optimization and help branch employees connect to applications in the cloud with greater security and reliability.
Here's a look at what 16 RSA San Francisco network and endpoint security vendors are doing to modernize enterprise networks for cloud adoption, autonomously respond to threat actors, and gain more visibility and insight into advanced threats.