Introducing Gartner Security
Technology has taken up everything today, right from research to shopping, banking to business. On one hand, it has made life simpler, going about your jobs on the move or from the comfort of your home. All your jobs are done and notified in a few clicks and swipes. This, on the other hand, increases the risk of being traced. It gives rise to new security issues and threats.
The world of cyber security is expanding its horizon every hour, with new risks, threats, and solutions being created. Firewalls being broken into and built stronger is an ongoing chain event like a cycle that keeps repeating.
Gartner Cyber Security is breaking stereotypes with its 7.8 percent growth in the year 2016, to reach a business of $ 17.8 billion. Gartner redesigned the Magic Quadrant for AST and analytical platforms in 2016, to determine it’s more than ten-year shift. Reduced feature differentiation among a crowded market of players, buyer requirements for larger enterprise deployments, and the emerging pricing pressure is evidence of the maturity of the current market.
Gartner Security is in the limelight, and that too for all the right reasons. They have been working on a cutting-edge research on trending topics like Artificial Intelligence (AI), machine learning, etc. They relate their research to a stethoscope which can store heart information today. What if it could store a database and predict the treatment and results tomorrow? That is the kind of work they are talking about.
Another feather in their cap is the development and improvement of intelligent apps or those apps which have features like Virtual Personal Assistants (VPAs). They make tasks easier for the users. Using the positive aspects of Artificial Intelligence, Technology providers will have three areas of scope – advanced analytics, AI-powered immersive, and AI-powered autonomous features. These areas when infused in an app, give tremendous results and will have more market.
This is the world where we have “intelligent things”. They can be broadly classified as autonomous vehicles, drones, and robots. Some have the capability of evolving and improvising, given the time and situation. They can be used as collaborative models and interfaces. With these arise certain non-technical issues such as privacy which can be fixed duly.
Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR) is taking most spheres of life, be it shopping, banking or conferencing! Using a series of interactions, they create an immersive environment which is very close to the existing reality.
The world is a small place, thanks to communication and networking. Conversational systems have come a long way from posts to telephonic calls to texts to video calls and so on! Thanks to the Mesh, or the dynamic collection of people, processes and things and services of people.
Keeping all these latest developments in mind, Gartner has come up with summits and discussions to discuss the problems and solutions that keep arising, as well as to discuss all the latest developments to put together team work of various people from across the globe.
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