These products measure, analyse and report risk, as well as enforce and update configuration policies within the enterprise, including but not limited to network, encryption, software and hardware devices. They also help organisations comply with specific regulatory requirements demanded of companies in the healthcare, retail, educational, financial services and government markets. Contenders’ products should offer a reporting format that covers the frameworks of multiple regulatory requirements and help customers meet mandates noted in such legislation as the EU GDPR, the DPA, Sarbanes– Oxley, or in guidelines noted by the likes of the ICO or the PCI Security Standards Council. As well, this feature should be network-centric, providing reporting to a central administrator and allowing for companies to centrally manage the product. Entrants’ products should be enterprise-centric; collect data across the network; report associated risk, endpoint configuration, enforcement, auditing and reporting; provide remediation options (but are not exclusively patch management systems); and, finally, offer centralised reports based on regulatory requirements and local policies.