Arachni vs OWASP ZAP

Penetration testing (pen testing) is crucial for developing and maintaining hardened, attack-resilient systems—these can be applications, nodes, or entire networks/environments. Specialized tools are readily available for discovering ...

ForeScout vs Tanium

IT admins managing expansive infrastructures require specialized tools for discovering IT assets living in their environments—no trivial task, considering the myriad of nodes connected at any given time: guest laptops, mobile devices, ...

Tripwire vs Qualys

In a recent report by Forbes and BMC, known vulnerabilities were cited as the leading cause of data breaches, accounting for 44 percent of security incidents. These statistics underscore the importance of proper vulnerability ...

Tanium vs IBM BigFix

You may have heard that perimeter security is dead, but rest assured, IT folks aren't about to do way with their corporate firewalls just yet. The perimeter is just one—albeit critical—dimension of your organization's digital attack ...

Tripwire vs Varonis

Data analytics continue to play an integral function in cybersecurity—from SIEM to advanced network-based intrusion detection (NID), today's leading solutions are heavily reliant on data science-backed, actionable threat intelligence to ...

Carbon Black vs CrowdStrike

Network and perimeter-based security remains a crucial pillar of enterprise resilience, but with the rise of new computing models like the cloud and mobile, more emphasis is being placed on protecting endpoints than ever before. And with ...

Tanium vs SCCM

More often, catastrophic outages and security compromises can be traced back to simple misconfigurations and unpatched systems. This isn't to say that elements like pilot error and the workings of nefarious actors are not common—they ...

Tripwire vs OSSEC

Effective cybersecurity is no longer relegated to deep-pocketed enterprises—a myriad of open source solutions can offer adequate protection to the most cash-strapped of organizations. That said, there are some capabilities free just won't ...

Tripwire vs RedSeal

To survive in today's cyber threat landscape, enterprises increasingly rely on layered defenses to smooth out attack surfaces. A variety of tools are available to cover all parts of the security continuum: security information and event ...

AlienVault vs QRadar

It's not uncommon for organizations to encounter hundreds of security incidents on a daily basis—from the trivial poking and prodding of script kiddies to nefarious activities that constitute the inner workings of advanced persistent ...

FireEye vs Fortinet for Continuous Security

How does the fourth-largest network security company by revenue hold up against the first cybersecurity firm certified by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security? Fortinet's appliances and next generation firewalls (NGFW) have made it a ...

Metasploit vs Nmap for Ethical Hacking

It's been said that to defeat cyber attackers, you must think like them. For most organizations, this seldom is the case; efforts to bolster cybersecurity measures rarely go beyond implementing stronger controls, training employees to be ...

Cylance vs Tanium for Endpoint Protection and Security

Cylance and Tanium—both firms are in the billion dollar valuation club, but what does this buy in terms of cybersecurity? Tanium claims 15 seconds to visibility and control, while Cylance combines AI and machine learning with endpoint ...

Tanium vs Intel Security for Endpoint Detection and Response

15 second visibility versus three decades of infosec experience, which will ultimately prevail? Tanium claims it can provide security teams with visibility and control over every endpoint in 15 seconds or less, regardless of network size; ...

Tenable vs Symantec for Continuous Security

Effective cybersecurity these days is a complex and multifaceted affair involving a myriad of approaches: intrusion detection/prevention, vulnerability detection, malware mitigation, security configuration management (SCM), security ...

Tenable vs Qualys

Continuous security and vulnerability detection—both Tenable and Qualys have built industry-leading suites around these two cybersecurity disciplines. The latter in particular serves as a focal point for both vendors, with Tenable ...

AlienVault vs Tenable for Continuous Security

As perimeter-based cyber protection falls to the wayside, a new breed of continuous security solutions are emerging that combine traditional endpoint protection with newer technologies like security information and event management  (SIEM) ...
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