NGIPS: Market drivers, Architecture, and NSS Test Results
Attend this Webinar to learn what differentiates Next Generation IPS from traditional IPS products, how they are deployed, how the leading products in this segment rank in the latest NSS Public Group test.
RecordedNov 12 201543 mins
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Data center intrusion prevention systems (DCIPS) and data center security gateways (DCSGs) help enterprises protect their end users as well as the intellectual property and mission-critical applications that reside in their data centers. NSS Labs’ 2018 DCIPS and 2017 DCSG group tests include data center network security solutions from Cisco, Fortinet, Juniper Networks, McAfee, Palo Alto Networks, and Trend Micro and measure how effective they are at protecting against today’s exploits and evasions. In addition, performance is measured and total cost of ownership over a three-year-period calculated. Check out this webinar to find out which of these data center network security solutions offer the best protection and overall value.
Breach detection systems (BDS) and breach prevention systems (BPS) are capable of providing enhanced protection against advanced malware, zero-day attacks, and targeted attacks. NSS Labs’ 2017 BDS and BPS Group Tests measured the effectiveness of these solutions in real-world threat scenarios that included exploits, malware, offline infections, and evasions. Breach detection and breach prevention solutions from Check Point, Cisco, FireEye, Fortinet, Juniper Networks, Lastline, Palo Alto Networks, and Trend Micro are included in one or both of our breach security group tests. Sign up for our webinar to learn more about these test and to see which products received the coveted NSS Labs Recommended rating.
Next generation intrusion prevention systems (NGIPS) have been widely implemented by US enterprises to catch sophisticated attacks such as zero-day and advanced malware. In our most comprehensive test to date, nine NGIPS products were tested from eight vendors: Check Point, Cisco, Forcepoint, Fortinet, IBM McAfee, Palo Alto Networks, and Trend Micro. Only four of the nine products tested properly detected and blocked attacks when evasion techniques were applied. Tune in to our webinar to learn how these products scored in terms of security effectiveness and performance.
The threat landscape is constantly evolving—even as enterprises add new security controls, attackers are finding new ways to penetrate their defenses. Security products that blocked threats yesterday (or even a few hours ago) could today be bypassed by new threats, thereby putting organizations and their critical assets at risk. Now, more than ever, you need a way to continuously validate the security controls you have in place.
Thomas Skybakmoen, Bhaarath Venkateswaran, Michael Lynge
The Next Generation Firewall (NGFW) market is one of the largest and most mature security markets. You might expect that the seventh iteration of an NSS Labs NGFW Group Test would prove that leading vendors were catching all attack traffic. However, the test results tell a different story. Most vendors missed evasions which contributed to four products receiving a Caution rating. This webinar will step through the test methodology and group test results. Make sure to watch and find out how your NGFW did.
When selecting a security product, organizations must consider the functional, security, and business requirements of multiple stakeholders within the organization. This webinar provides guidance during each critical stage of the buyer’s journey for selecting an Advanced Endpoint Protection (AEP) product.
As an industry first, thirteen leading Advanced Endpoint Products (AEP) were lab tested and evaluated in the categories of security and total cost of ownership (TCO). Only eight of the thirteen tested products achieving a rating greater than 95%. This webinar will help you in your decision if AEP is worth the ‘rip and replace’, or if you should ‘augment’ your existing defenses.
There is a lot of confusion in the crowded market of Advanced Endpoint Protection (AEP). This webinar will provide an overview of the NSS Labs AEP market assessment, including origins, drivers, inhibitors and major players. Included is results of a survey of buyer’s requirements, priorities and expectations.
Jerry Daugherty, Bhaarath Venkateswaran, Michael Lynge
Encrypted communication using SSL/TLS is becoming ubiquitous. But many organizations are still experiencing security breaches from a lack of visibility. This webinar covers SSL/TLS information on performance, criteria for evaluating and a methodology on validation.
Cybercriminals have increasingly focused their effort on Social Engineering attacks, and the use of malicious macros and phishing sites have been on the rise to exploit human weakness.
Join us as we share the latest Web Browser Security Group Test results specifically covering Socially Engineered Malware and Phishing. This test provides unique insight on how browsers performed over time, the speed at which they add protection against new attacks and overall consistency of protection.
Next Generation Intrusion Prevention Systems are designed to protect against a new generation of threats that move faster and are more evasive than ever. Join NSS Labs as we explain NGIPS market trends, group test results, and the critical features to consider when purchasing a NGIPS.
Are you evaluating DDoS prevention solutions? Do you want to understand what they are, and how they can help keep your organization secure?
NSS Labs' security experts for this live webcast to:
• Review the NSS Labs 2016 DDoS prevention solution Group Test results
• Examine the DDoS prevention solutions market and growth factors
• Learn what’s driving deployments in enterprise organizations
• See an effectiveness comparison of the leading solutions
NSS Labs announces that it is integrating the Cyber Advanced Warning SystemTM (CAWS) into all live stack testing in security product group tests. CAWS is the world’s first and only security as a service (SaaS) solution that pinpoints active exploits, identifies targeted asset types, and measures security product effectiveness against exploits continuously. Given the highly dynamic nature of threats, continuous threat handling insight is a significant improvement in providing purchase and risk mitigation guidance to enterprise security teams. Sign up for the webinar to learn more.