End-point security: Have the noisy neighbours gone?

Tom Wright
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End-point security: Have the noisy neighbours gone?

Tom Wright asks if the emerging security vendors that crashed into the UK market in 2016 have quietened down

The next-generation end-point security vendors made quite a racket when they arrived in the UK in 2016, preaching about how the market was broken and how we could not trust the incumbent vendors, or "dinosaurs"...

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