Bizety is publishing the 11th edition of the CDN Ecosystem Diagram. In this edition, we present the collapsing markets of CDNs and traditional security. New Gen Pure-play Security: The traditional security market, especially the endpoint segment is giving way to the New Gen Security players like Bromium, Bit9, Proofpoint, and so on. New Gen CyberSecurity CDNs: The exact same thing is happening in the CDN Ecosystem, where New Gen CyberSecurity companies like Distil Networks, Sitelock, Fireblade and Zenedge are leaping traditional CyberSecurity CDNs such as Akamai and CloudFlare. Going forward, we are going to cover Palo Alto Networks, FireEye, Bromium, Proofpoint, Imperva, and Bit9 more in depth, in order to provide a deeper perspective on the overall security landscape from endpoint to CDN edge.
Evolution of CDN and Security
- Few Traditional CDNs become CyberSecurity CDNs offering DDoS Mitigation and WAF
- New Gen CyberSecurity companies sprung up leaping all other CDNs and offering features like bot detection/mitigation, digital fingerprinting, click fraud detection/mitigation, ATP behavioral-based malware detection/mitigation & so on
- Traditional Security companies like McAfee, Symantec & Checkpoint are losing ground to a new generation of ATP companies like Bromium, Proofpoint and others
CDN Ecosystem Diagram 11 – Collapse of CDN & Security Markets