Why Device Fingerprinting Provides Better Network Security than IP Blocking
sponsored by IBM and Juniper

Maintaining network security is of the utmost importance, especially as hackers and cybercriminals become more adept and new threats arise. Unfortunately, most network security products rely on IP address blocking as their primary form of defense - and this may not be the best strategy.

In this insightful resource, explore why IP-reputation based blocking isn't as effective for preventing threats, and discover how device fingerprinting may be a better alternative.

Continue on to learn how device fingerprinting works, how it changes the economics of hacking, and what technologies you'll need to implement a successful network security plan.

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