Hot New Security Products Debuting at RSA Conference 2016

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Guidance Software

Guidance Software, maker of EnCase®, has announced the availability of Certified Forensic Security Responder (CFSR) training. This highly anticipated certification fills the skills gap with industry-accepted tools and methodologies for users in forensic analysis, or root cause analysis, which supports the incident response cycle.

Knowledgeable security professionals are in high demand with projected openings outpacing the number of available applicants. In 2014, there were 82,900 information security analysts with that number expected to rise to 97,700 by 2024. More than 209,000 cybersecurity-related jobs are currently unfilled. Certifications like CFSR may help new and experienced IT professionals acquire the skills they need to transition into the security industry.

Every year, the RSA Conference provides a great opportunity for IT security pros to come together to discuss current and future concerns and to get access to the people, content and ideas that enable them to step up their security game and better protect high-value assets. It's also one of the best opportunities all year to preview the latest security products and innovations, and 2016 is no exception.

In this slideshow, we've pulled together a variety of the new security products that vendors are debuting at the RSA Conference 2016. From machine-learning threat intelligence to secure key management and incident response portals, organizations are sure to find something that will fit their needs.


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