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As both IT vendors and buyers explore the advantages of cloud-based solutions, they must also evaluate and manage cloud security risks. Read more to get the expert guidance required.

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Return Of The Sovereign Cloud

Sam Higgins July 29, 2020
A decade ago, I completed the first ever assessment of Australia’s emerging “trusted” or private infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) market. I followed this up with a 2010 opinion-editorial calling for improved “cloud computing regulation” in Australia as a model for global oversight of a hugely important market segment. How important? The cloud computing market has become as […]
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Build Advocacy, Support, And Budget For Your Zero Trust Vision

Jinan Budge June 23, 2020

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Security & Risk Global 2020

As attackers get more advanced, your security efforts must keep up. Get the latest at our Security & Risk virtual event September 22–23.

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The Security Snapshot: Embracing The New Norm

Merritt Maxim May 14, 2020
Our security analysts provide guidance for managing security and risk during the coronavirus pandemic.
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Red Hat’s Marketplace Seeks To Simplify Kubernetes (K8s) Management

Tracy Woo May 11, 2020
The biggest announcement from Red Hat’s Summit virtual event was Red Hat Marketplace, operated by IBM. Building on its existing container orchestration software, OpenShift, Red Hat has created a central software purchasing location for automated deployment to any cloud. Red Hat is positioning its Marketplace as the solution to critical pain points from development, security, […]
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FW4: The Fourth Generation Of Firewalls

David Holmes April 23, 2020
The rapid work-from-home shift caused by the COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the need for a new approach to firewalls. Senior Analyst David Holmes reviews the latest approach and provides insight into FW4.
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Combat In The Cloud: Securing The $10 Billion JEDI Contract

Tracy Woo March 12, 2020
Last October, Microsoft won the $10 billion U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure (JEDI) contract. The 10-year agreement is part of a larger Pentagon initiative to modernize and unify its IT infrastructure, most of which still exists on technology from the 1980s and 1990s. The Microsoft decision came as a massive shock […]
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A CISO’s Guide To Leading Change

Jinan Budge January 21, 2020
5 ways security chiefs can use internal politics to their advantage.
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Decade Retrospective: Cybersecurity From 2010 To 2019

Jeff Pollard December 17, 2019
From the Intel-McAfee deal to the Sony Pictures breach, VP and Principal Analyst Jeff Pollard reviews the past decade’s cybersecurity highlights and lowlights.
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Enterprise Security Vendors Need An Infusion Of Open Source Culture

Stephanie Balaouras November 21, 2019
Forrester VP and Group Director Stephanie Balaouras reviews the infusion of an open source development mentality in IBM Security and the impact on the broader security ecosystem.
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Predictions 2020: Cloud Computing Sees New Alliances And New Security Concerns

Dave Bartoletti November 4, 2019
In 2020, the cloud computing market will sees interesting new alliances and face new security concerns. Read Forrester's 2020 cloud predictions to find out more.
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Predictions 2020: This Time, Cyberattacks Get Personal

Jeff Pollard October 30, 2019
Read the top three cybersecurity predictions for 2020 from Forrester Research analyst Jeff Pollard.
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Enterprise Meets Consumer Security: Exploring Approaches To Protect Employees At Home

Heidi Shey July 8, 2019
Does your organization have a strategy for protecting employees at home as a part of your overall cybersecurity program? Something that could include, but really goes to a place that is beyond, awareness training? If You Answered “No,” You’re Not Alone Employee privacy is a big reason why not. And yet, as the connected smart […]
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AWS re:Inforce Recap: The Cloud Isn’t Going Away, But Scare Tactics Should

Joseph Blankenship June 28, 2019
Boston’s bustling Seaport District played host to the first-ever AWS re:Inforce 2019 cloud security conference, with over 5,000 reported attendees. Amazon Web Services set the tone of the event to be a “learning conference,” with hopes that those who attended would come away better at their jobs. In his keynote, AWS CISO Stephen Schmidt advised […]
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Our Security Recommendations Will Help You Handle The Worst Of What 2019 Throws At You

Jeff Pollard March 25, 2019
Today we released our 2019 security & risk recommendations report. We collected contributions from our colleagues across the Forrester security & risk team to identify the most important actions security leaders should take in 2019. Turns out, things are getting better for S&R pros, but challenges still remain. Security leaders have earned board-level visibility, privacy […]
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What To Expect At RSA Conference 2019: Cloud As Security Improvement And The Possible End Of The Infosec Gilded Age

Laura Koetzle March 4, 2019
I recently did a webinar with a few of my colleagues from the RSA Conference Advisory Board on precisely this topic, which you can find here. We tried to expose as much as we could of the fantastic variety that you’ll find at RSA Conference 2019. Here’s a further elaboration of one of my favorite […]
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Join Us At Forrester’s Privacy & Security 2018 Forum

Chris McClean August 8, 2018
Those of us who care about cybersecurity and privacy are a special breed. As long as these disciplines have been around, technologies have gotten more complex, threats have gotten more dangerous, and expectations have skyrocketed. Yet we have not simply persevered; we are now guiding top executives and policymakers to think differently about business models […]
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The Buyer’s Guide To Cybersecurity Services

Jeff Pollard March 13, 2018
During every Forrester Wave™ evaluation I conduct, I spend time sifting through vendor responses, data, client surveys, and reference interviews and develop an outline of recurring themes — the good, the bad, the new, the old, etc. After the Wave goes live, I collect all of that information, bundle it together, and produce a “Lessons” […]
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McAfee acquires CSG / CASB vendor SkyHigh Networks – two years too late?

Andras Cser November 27, 2017
In the light of large network security vendors (Cisco, Palo Alto, Symantec, Zscaler, etc.) acquiring or building Cloud Security Gateway (CSG, also known CASB) vendors, it comes as little to no surprise that McAfee also invested in this area. In Forrester’s estimates, SkyHigh annual revenues were around USD $40-45 million/year. Looking at similar deals, Forrester […]
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We Don’t Need Jedis

Chase Cunningham July 7, 2017
Like every other movie buff, geek, or nerd on the planet I am a Star Wars fan.  I think it’s a stellar series (minus the whole Jar Jar Binks thing, anything with that guy in it could be used as an alternative to waterboarding) that has spun a tale for the ages across the better […]
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Cloud Security Spending Will Grow To $3.5 Billion By 2021

Jennifer Adams June 8, 2017
Cloud is big business today. Forrester estimates that global cloud services revenues totaled $114 billion in 2016, up from $68 billion just two years ago — that’s annual growth of 30%. And we see the public cloud services market reaching $236 billion by 2020. What does this mean for cloud security? ·         This rapid shift […]
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