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Today Websense revealed newly announced independent testing that confirms Websense® Web Security Gateway Anywhere™ provides the most comprehensive content security protection, besting all other security vendors in real-time detection of advanced modern malware, effectiveness and data loss prevention. Additionally, Websense was positioned as the leader in the Radicati Group Inc., “Corporate Web Security Market Quadrant 2010” above vendors including Blue Coat and Cisco.
For the seventh year in a row, independent research firm IDC has named Websense the leader in the overall Web security market, which comprises software, appliance and software-as-a-service (SaaS) Web security to protect against inbound threats and prevent outbound data leaks. Websense captured 26.2 percent of the 2008 worldwide market revenue for Web security software and experienced 96.3 percent revenue growth in the SaaS Web security segment.
Websense ranks 131st among the world’s largest software makers, according to Software Magazine’s annual Software 500 ranking.
Infonetics Research, Inc. ranked Websense first in the content security gateway market for 2008. According to the report "Content Security Appliances and Software," growth in the space continues to be driven by the increase in blended threats, a growing demand for "cloud-based," software as a service (Saas) offerings and tougher compliance regulations.
"One of the most significant security problems affecting companies today is the blended threat," said Jeff Wilson, principal analyst, network security at Infonetics Research. "Targeted malicious code may take advantage of third-party applications to install a back door, which then downloads and installs bot software that can then be used to distribute spam, host phishing sites or launch other attacks. This trend is driving many companies to look for a unified solution that can handle multiple kinds of threats."
Click here to view a complimentary copy of highlights from the report "Content Security Appliances and Software" by Infonetics Research, Inc.