Analysis of the Asia-Pacific Managed Security Services Market

Moving beyond Traditional Services to Advanced Detection and Remediation Capabilities

  • Research Code : P8B3-01-00-00-00
  • SKU : IT00808-AP-MR_02149
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  • Release Date : 17-Dec-2015
  • Region : Asia Pacific
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An increasingly sophisticated security landscape is challenging the validity of many enterprises’ IT setups, forcing them to seek providers of complementary and advanced services. This study explores Asia-Pacific’s managed security services (MSS) market through 2019 including forecasts and trends; drivers and restraints; and market share and competitive analysis of each region (Greater China, ANZ, ASEAN, India, Japan, and South Korea). For a closer look, the total market is segmented into hosted/cloud-based services, management/monitoring services, assessment services, and forensic and incident response services offered to customers across industry verticals. The research concludes with a vendor analysis and market predictions.
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