TECH SUPPLIER Oct 2020 - Market Perspective - Doc # US46871820
Security and COVID-19: Better Optics Enabled by Data
By: Frank DicksonProgram Vice President, Cybersecurity Products, Christopher RodriguezResearch Manager, Cybersecurity Products, Ryan O’LearyResearch Manager, Privacy and Legal Technology, Mike JudeResearch Director, Video Surveillance & Vision Applications, Christopher KisselResearch Director, Security & Trust Products, Pete FinalleSenior Research Analyst, Jay BretzmannProgram Director, Security Products, Michael SubyResearch Vice President, Security & Trust
This IDC Market Perspective aims to update our security prognostications, assess the short-term impacts, and provide additional insights on the future. The dramatic force of change, driven by COVID-19, and the resulting mass migration of workers, students, and others to a home-based existence is unprecedented. The COVID-19 pandemic has prompted enterprises to mobilize around work from home (WFH) to slow the virus' spread, care for employee well-being, and ensure business continuity. The passage of time has given us the benefit of data and information.
"The COVID-19 pandemic is not just another crisis; it has fundamentally changed the manner in which work is done, the IT systems that enable that work, and security measures that support both. The importance of time to value, the advantage of incumbent vendors, and the acceleration of the movement to the cloud are among the key security themes of note," according to Frank Dickson, program vice president, Security and Trust.
Cloud Security , Cybersecurity Analytics, Intelligence, Response and Orchestration , Data Security , Endpoint Security , Identity and Digital Trust Software , Internet of Things and OT Security Products , Legal, Risk and Compliance Solutions , Network Security Products and Strategies , Video Surveillance and Vision Applications
FireEye, Inc., Identity Technologies, Inc., Checkpoint Systems, Inc., Splunk Inc., FLIR Systems, Inc., Motorola Solutions, Inc., Ping Identity Corporation, Palo Alto Networks, Inc., CrowdStrike, Inc., Fortinet, Inc., Cisco Systems, Inc., Okta, Inc., Trend Micro Incorporated, Wolters Kluwer N.V., Qualys Inc., OpenText Corporation
COVID-19, Endpoint security, Governance, risk and compliance infrastructure, Identity and access management, Information protection and control, Internet of things, Network security, Remote worker, Security management, Video surveillance