Securing The Future
Vendors spent 2018 advancing protection everywhere from the cloud and web to email and endpoint, debuting consoles that help centralized management and leveraging artificial intelligence and machine learning to automate processes and provide protection that's more customized to a particular user.
Enhancements to managing users and identities also were a major area of focus in the year, with advancements around continuous risk assessment as well as helping businesses identify instances where a password might not be necessary for logging in.
Seven of the top 10 cybersecurity products of 2018 came from companies based in the Bay Area, one came from a vendor based in Texas, and the remaining two stemmed from suppliers based abroad. Read on to learn how suppliers have gone about making their cybersecurity portfolio even more relevant to the channel.
(For more on the biggest news of 2018, check out "CRN's Tech Midyear In Review.").