Analysts, vendors and IT security experts are forever talking up the shift the industry is seeing from blocking out the bad guys to accepting they'll get in and instead detecting and defending against attacks.
But how real is this trend? To what extent is it vendor- and analyst-driven hype? Are traditional preventative controls such as anti-virus really old hat and is there genuine customer demand for compromise detection, investigation and response solutions? Or is it all just bunkum?
As the suppliers at the coal face, IT resellers and SIs are in a unique position to either endorse or debunk this supposed industry shift. Fill out our quick survey - which comes ahead of a panel debate we are holding on the topic as part of our Online Security Summit - for a shot at landing £150 in Amazon vouchers.
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