Analysis of the Global Web and Email Content Security Market

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Organizations face the complexity of mitigating quickly evolving malware, maintaining productivity, and meeting compliance. Web and e-mail content security are security software platforms that address this need by serving serve the primary functions: (1) protect against Web-based malware and targeted cyber-attack, (2) prevent access to inappropriate or unproductive content, and (3) track and monitor communications for compliance, regulatory issues or theft. This report provides an analysis of the market for Web and E-mail Content Security including market sizing, forecasts, market shares and detailed market segmentation.

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Executive SummaryExecutive SummaryExecutive Summary—Market Engineering MeasurementsExecutive Summary—CEO’s PerspectiveIntroduction to the ResearchMarket OverviewMarket Overview—Web Content SecurityMarket Overview—Web Content Security (continued)Market Overview—Email Content SecurityMarket Overview—Why is Web and Email Content Security Important?Market Overview—Why is Web and Email Content Security Important? (continued)Market Overview—Why is Web and Email Content Security Important? (continued)Market Overview—Why is Web and Email Content Security Important? (continued)Market Overview—Why is Web and Email Content Security Important? (continued)Market Overview—Why is Web and Email Content Security Important? (continued)Market Overview—Why is Web and Email Content Security Important? (continued)Market Overview—Web Content Security Segment PricingMarket Overview—Email Content SecurityMarket Overview—Not All Protection is the SameFour Levels of SPAM and Malware DetectionMarket Overview—Key Questions This Study Will AnswerMarket Overview—Distribution ChannelsDistribution Channel DiscussionExternal Challenges: Drivers and Restraints—Total Web and Email Content Security MarketDrivers and RestraintsDrivers ExplainedDrivers Explained (continued)Drivers Explained (continued)Drivers Explained (continued)Drivers Explained (continued)Drivers Explained (continued)Restraints ExplainedRestraints Explained (continued)Restraints Explained (continued)Restraints Explained (continued)Trends and Predictions for the MarketMacro Trends Impact for Web and Email Content SecurityMacro Trend Discussion—Industry ConsolidationMacro Trend Discussion—Industry Consolidation (continued)Macro Trend Discussion—New and Improved Features and Functionality RequirementMacro Trend Discussion—New and Additional Functionality Requirement (continued)Macro Trend Discussion—Multiple Internet-based Communication Channel Product OfferingsForecasts and Trends—Total Web and Email Content Security MarketForecast AssumptionsTotal Web and Email Content Security Market—Revenue ForecastRevenue Forecast DiscussionTotal Web and Email Content Security Market—Percent Revenue Forecast by RegionRegional Revenue Forecast DiscussionTotal Web and Email Content Security Market—Percent Revenue Forecast by Customer TypePercent Revenue Forecast by Customer Type DiscussionGeographic Distribution of Revenue of the Major Market ParticipantsTotal Web and Email Content Security Market—Revenue Forecast by Vertical MarketVertical Market Revenue Forecast DiscussionMarket Share and Competitive Analysis— Total Web and Email Content Security MarketCompetitive Analysis—Market ShareCompetitive Analysis—Market Share (continued)Geographic Distribution of Revenue of the Major Market ParticipantsCompetitive EnvironmentCompetitive Factors and AssessmentCompetitive Factors and Assessment (continued)Competitive Factors and Assessment (continued)Web Content Security Segment BreakdownWeb Content Security Segment—Market Engineering MeasurementsWeb Content Security Segment—Revenue ForecastWeb Content Security Segment—Revenue Forecast DiscussionWeb Content Security Segment—Market ShareWeb Content Security Segment—Market Share (continued)Web Content Security Segment—Competitive EnvironmentEmail Content Security Segment BreakdownEmail Content Security Segment—Market Engineering MeasurementsEmail Content Security Segment—Revenue ForecastEmail Content Security Segment—Revenue Forecast DiscussionMarket Preferences: Most Common SaaS SubscriptionsEmail Content Security Segment—Market ShareEmail Content Security Segment—Market Share (continued)Email Content Security Segment—Competitive EnvironmentSMB Segment BreakdownSMB Segment—Market Engineering MeasurementsSMB Segment—Revenue ForecastSMB Segment—Revenue Forecast DiscussionSMB Segment—Market ShareSMB Segment—Competitive EnvironmentEnterprise Segment BreakdownEnterprise Segment—Market Engineering MeasurementsEnterprise Segment—Revenue ForecastEnterprise Segment—Revenue Forecast DiscussionEnterprise Segment—Market ShareEnterprise Segment—Competitive EnvironmentAmericas BreakdownAmericas BreakdownAmericas Market—Revenue ForecastAmericas Market—Revenue Forecast DiscussionAmericas—Market ShareEurope, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) BreakdownEMEA BreakdownEMEA Market—Revenue ForecastEMEA Market—Revenue Forecast DiscussionEMEA—Market ShareAsia-Pacific BreakdownAsia-Pacific BreakdownAsia-Pacific Market—Revenue ForecastAsia-Pacific Market—Revenue Forecast DiscussionAsia-Pacific—Market ShareThe Last WordThe Last Word—Predictions The Last Word—Recommendations Legal DisclaimerCompany ProfilesProfile: ActianceProfile: AdaptiveMobile Profile: AVGProfile: Barracuda NetworksProfile: Blue CoatProfile: Check Point SoftwareProfile: CiscoProfile: ClearswiftProfile: CloudmarkProfile: CommtouchProfile: ContentKeeperProfile: ContentWatchProfile: EdgeWaveProfile: F-SecureProfile: FireEyeProfile: FortinetProfile: iboss SecurityProfile: Intel (McAfee)Profile: ProofpointProfile: SangforProfile: SophosProfile: SymantecProfile: Trend MicroProfile: WatchGuardProfile: WebrootProfile: WebsenseAppendixMarket Engineering MethodologyMarket Engineering MeasurementsPartial List of Companies InterviewedSMB Segment—Companies included in “Other” CategoryEnterprise Segment—Companies included in “Other” CategoryAmericas—Companies included in “Other” CategoryEMEA—Companies included in “Other” CategoryAsia-Pacific—Companies included in “Other” CategoryThe 2013 (ISC)2 Global Information Security Workforce StudyThe 2013 (ISC)2 Global Information Security Workforce Study (continued)The 2013 (ISC)2 Global Information Security Workforce Study (continued)Acronyms and Terms DefinedAcronyms and Terms Defined (continued)Learn More—Next Steps




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