The trend is clear—companies continue to invest more in cybersecurity products and solutions. And chances are good that your organization has begun taking steps toward a path to SASE. But how do you know your SASE investments are paying off?
This isn’t the first time the federal government has been mandated to strengthen cybersecurity programs. Back in 2002 and later amended in 2014 Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA) required federal agencies to implement a
In the recent report entitled “The Quest for Zero Trust,” presented by Fedscoop and sponsored by Forcepoint, researchers examined where agencies believe they stand today and what challenges still exist for agencies adopting Zero
Security Automation, Lessons Learned from Top Gun: Maverick Marc Solomon The cybersecurity industry has talked about security automation for years. We’ve grappled with what, when and how to automate. We’ve debated the human vs
One of the stand outs across the eight predictions: Late last month, Gartner released its top eight cybersecurity predictions for 2022-23, encouraging cybersecurity leaders to use their eight predictions as a guide to build a security strategy
Hear from our CEO and our Global CTO On June 8, 11:10am PT, come watch a keynote session with our CEO, Manny Rivelo, on Security’s Dirty Little Secret: The Conservation of Complexity. Manny will share a personal perspective on a fresh new
Forcepoint Secure SD-WAN In fact, Gartner analysts believe that by 2025, four out of every five companies will have a strategy in place to unify web, cloud services, and private application access from a single cybersecurity vendor. Product Page
Take, for example, the Cloud Access Security Broker (CASB) capabilities within Forcepoint ONE. Drawing on technology that was a 3-time leader in Gartner’s CASB Magic Quadrant, it plays a crucial role in our SSE platform. As part of the