Security market evolution

Tuesday, 17 June 2003, 9:48 AM EST

Information technology security is no longer a small niche component of the network infrastructure market and an afterthought to IT projects. It is now a top concern for enterprise systems managers and has been elevated to the number-one issue among CEOs, CFOs and CIOs.

With security’s march toward maturity, the next step in its evolution requires an entirely new way to evaluate it. The Yankee Group has devised new taxonomy, which describes this evolution from present to future. We call it the “three Ps of security” — shorthand for the Product, Pervasive, and Persistence phases.

The three Ps framework enables businesses to analyze security technology, services, legislation, talent and training. It can also guide businesses in assessing, evaluating, investing and implementing security solutions over the next 5 years.

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