IDPS continues to be absorbed by firewall placements at the perimeter, yet still offers the best detection efficacy and a central prevention, detection, and response solution on a network. Security and risk management leaders should seek innovation in advanced analytics and public cloud support.
By year-end 2020, 70% of new stand-alone intrusion detection and
prevention system (IDPS) placements will be cloud-based (public or
private) or deployed for internal use cases, rather than the traditional
placement behind a firewall.
By year-end 2020, 60% of IDPS deployments will be augmented with the use of analytics methods, like machine learning and user and entity behavior analytics, up from less than 10% today.
The Gartner Magic Quadrant for IDPS is an excellent research tool for enterprise security buyers to review and assess which vendors best meet their solution needs and also learn about recent industry developments.
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