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Top 15 Trends S&R Pros Should Watch: Q2 2013

April 9, 2013


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From frantic security operations problems to the changing threat landscape, CISOs, senior security leaders, and other IT risk management leaders consistently have trouble keeping up with key trends that are shaping the industry. They ask such questions as: 1) "What security initiatives will my peers prioritize during the next 12 months?" 2) "What innovations in security products and services are on the horizon?" and 3) "Are there any disruptive security vendors and technologies that I should pilot in my environment?" Analysts from across Forrester's security and risk research team drew insight from our hundreds of inquiries, briefings, and consultations; the 20-plus research projects that we complete as a team each quarter; and perspective from the 2013 RSA Conference in San Francisco for this report, which summarizes those insights to help you cut through the industry hype and determine the most important developments in the industry that deserve your attention.

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Table of Contents

  • S&R Pros Should Focus On Five Macro Trends
  • The Data Economy Will Ensure The Dominance Of Data-Centric Security
  • Analytics Will Help You Better Predict Threats And Protect Your Data
  • Human Elements Will Drive Security Reorgs, Training, And Outsourcing
  • S&R Leaders Will Play A Bigger Role In Customer Experience
  • Business Resilience Is Taking On Broader Corporate Implications

  • Security Is Less About Technology, More About Strategy
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