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Next Generation Intrusion Prevention Systems (NGIPS) – 2017 Group Test Results

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.
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