Gartner Magic Quadrant Positioning technology players within a specific market Which are the competing players in the major technology markets? How are they positioned to help you over the long haul? Use a Gartner Magic Quadrant as a first step to understanding the technology providers you might consider for a specific investment opportunity. There are good reasons to consider market challengers. And a niche player may support your needs better than a market leader. It all depends on how the provider aligns with your business goals.
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However, network traffic is also a double-edged sword. Your firewall and secure web gateways may be the first line of defense, but what if malicious network traffic manages to pass through them? What then? Often deployed as an additional security measure behind firewalls and load balancers, IDPS can also be utilized as part of internal monitoring and compliance efforts or to add clarity and control in separately managed systems.
In this latest edition of the Intrusion Detection and Prevention Systems Magic Quadrant, Gartner has once again evaluated and organized this competitive and innovative market into four categories: leaders, niche players, challengers, and visionaries. One of the key benefits is the ability to recognize and block attacks based on high confidence, and the most sophisticated solutions prevent both attacks and false positives which can plague some IDPS solutions.
However, Gartner contends that IDPS as a stand-alone solution will persist for organizational reasons or as part of niche security designs. Gartner takes these criteria seriously: Huawei and AhnLab were both dropped due to failing to meet the revenue requirement, and IBM was dropped for exiting the market. Trend Micro is considered one of the easiest IDPS solutions to deploy and manage and allows for machine-readable threat intelligence but lacks some integration capabilities.
Cisco was favored by larger enterprises and international clients; they offer a comprehensive research organization for continuous innovations in signature-recognition capabilities. However, their support options can be overly-complicated and their innovation may have slowed as product integration takes greater priority for the vendor. This is the first year Vectra has appeared on the IDPS Magic Quadrant, and they were praised for their minimal management requirements and deployment capabilities.
They were noted for using machine learning as a new method to detect malicious network traffic, even though they lack preventative capabilities. Outside of the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Intrusion Detection and Prevention Systems, it is rarely spoken of by cybersecurity experts or solution providers.
That it will die out much sooner than expected? The Gartner Magic Quadrant might tell all. You can register to read the full report here.
Magic Quadrant for Intrusion Detection and Prevention Systems
A Look at Gartner’s 2018 Magic Quadrant for Intrusion Detection and Prevention Systems (IDPS)
Magic Quadrant for Intrusion Prevention Systems
Gartner Magic Quadrant
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