NSS Labs has recently released its Data Center Intrusion Prevention System (DCIPS) Security Value Map (SVM) test.
Also released is the company's Comparative Report series, evaluating the six leading DCIPS solutions for security effectiveness, performance, and total cost of ownership.
According to NSS Labs, the test highlights include:
Test highlights include:
The company adds that it is the first year it has conducted research into street prices, capturing vendor discounts in competitive bid situations.
NSS says that for any device in the data center, performance, security and stability are extremely important.
According to the company, a DCIPS is designed to be highly tunable to ensure high security, performance and availability are achieved. Furthermore, a DCIPS failure can severely impact the performance and security of a datacenter.
DCIPS testing began on March 1, 2016, and Trend Micro finalized the acquisition of TippingPoint from HPE on March 8, 2016.
Trend Micro was notified of the failures and quickly took action to resolve the issues.
Vikram Phatak, CEO of NSS Labs, says Trend Micro were quick to resolve.
“While the new version of the product missed the deadline to be in our Security Value Map, we are calling out their new product to inform enterprises of this security fix.”