Frost & Sullivan Analysis on Cyber Best Practices, Technology to Prevent Security Breach

March 15, 2019

Hikvision Blog on Preventing Security Breach, Four Tips to Reduce Risk of Cyberattack

Hikvision Blog on Preventing Security Breach, Four Tips to Reduce Risk of Cyberattack


The SDM Magazine article, “Use of Big Data Technology in Cybersecurity Solutions to Help Enterprises Proactively Prevent Breaches,” highlights a recent report from consulting firm Frost & Sullivan, “Envisioning the Next-Generation Cybersecurity Practices.” The research covers security best practices, including drivers and challenges for adoption, and insights for the decision-making process.

"Startups need to make their products integrable with existing products and solutions as well as bundle their solutions with market-leading solutions from well-established companies. Such collaborations will lead to mergers and acquisitions, ultimately enabling companies to provide more advanced solutions," said Hiten Shah, research analyst at TechVision, in the article.

Technologies such as big data, machine learning, and blockchain are supporting enterprise cybersecurity efforts, according to the article.

“With increased funding around cybersecurity, more startups have emerged in the space and have leveraged advanced technologies to develop products that have helped enterprises manage their security function better,” from the Frost & Sullivan website.

For more insights on preventing security breach, click here to read the Hikvision blog, “ on Cybersecurity Tasks to Deter Cyber Threats, Prevent Security Breach.” It also includes four tips to reduce the risk of cyberattack.

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