NSS Labs Releases New Security Value Map™ and Comparative Analysis Reports for 2013 Intrusion Prevention Systems Group Test

5 of 10 Intrusion Prevention Systems Tested Received NSS Labs Coveted “Recommended” Status


AUSTIN, Texas – WEBWIRE – Wednesday, January 15, 2014

NSS Labs today released its 2013 Network Intrusion Prevention Systems (IPS) Security Value Map™ and Comparative Analysis Reports, which evaluated 10 of the leading IPS products on the market for security effectiveness, performance, enterprise management capabilities and total cost of ownership.

Read the Reports:

NSS 2013 Intrusion Prevention Systems Security Value Map™ and Comparative Analysis Reports™ – Performance, Management, Security and Total Cost of Ownership:
https://www.nsslabs.com/reports/2013-network-ips-comparative-analysis

NSS’s research yielded several key conclusions:

Commentary: Mike Spanbauer, Managing Director of Research, NSS Labs

“In 2013, IPS vendors made significant strides in lowering total cost of ownership and improving performance, but management capabilities remain a crucial, uneven area organizations must evaluate carefully,” said Mike Spanbauer, Managing Director of Research, NSS Labs. “It remains customers’ urgent responsibility to consult reliable, real-world testing data and assess their management requirements carefully in order to prevent incomplete administration, reporting and other management requirements from offsetting otherwise effective IPS deployments.”

The 2013 IPS Security Value Map™, Comparative Analysis Reports™, and Product Analysis Reports™ for each vendor are currently available to NSS Labs’ subscribers at www.nsslabs.com.

The products covered in the 2013 IPS Group Test are:



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