Byline: Security Platform vs. Security Fabric

May 11, 2017

Far too often, security tools are wrapped in marketing language that doesn’t always effectively communicate—or sometimes, even intentionally obscures—what a device or tool is able to do. Visit any security trade show and you are going to be overwhelmed by devices claiming to be “cloud enabled” or that offer “advanced threat intelligence.” But what do those terms mean? The same is true for entire classes of products.

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