Last year, I published a quick rundown of the searches on Gartner.com for Distributed Deception Platform providers using the provider name as a search term. I decided to take a look at the changes from year over year. Below is the results of my quick analysis and a table of Distributed Deception Platform providers and how client searches on Gartner.com have shifted from last year to this year (trailing 12 months). Essentially – client interest in Deception against attackers has grown by 6.6% over the past 12 months. For more information on this market, see my research titled “Competitive Landscape: Distributed Deception Platforms, 2016“.
|Gartner Search Analytics Statistics for (Gartner.com):|
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