Real security is different from compliance

Couldn’t resist doing a post on this table, which makes some excellent points:

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However, the axis that’s missing here is customer demand. After all, how “real” can security be if nobody’s buying? Not that customers aren’t buying from both columns – they are. But why should there be this dichotomy, perceived or otherwise, between Compliance versus Real Security? Customers as well as technology vendors (not to mention government) share responsibility for that perception. The industry is better served by products that blur those lines.

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