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The 10 Hottest Security Trends To Watch At RSA Conference 2020

As RSA Conference 2020 kicks off amid three high-profile coronavirus-related vendor cancellations, CRN speaks with eight prominent executives to see what security trends they expect to be the talk of this year's event.

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Automation

Too many companies exhibiting at the RSA Conference have either point products or stand-alone features that don’t even add up to a product, according to John Maddison, Fortinet’s executive vice president of product and chief marketing officer.

In order to roll out automation, Maddison said vendors must have a platform that spans across several different cybersecurity technologies. It’s simply impossible for customers to take advantage of automated workflows if they’re having to depend on 10 different vendors, according to Maddison.

A platform approach allows businesses to have a holistic view across their entire infrastructure, meaning that businesses can leverage automation to monitor what’s happening in their infrastructure, Maddison said. Having automated workflows across the entire infrastructure means that businesses can respond promptly to threats and abnormalities whether they’re in the factory or in the data center, he said.

 

 
 
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