Cybersecurity Market Research Reports

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  1. 18 Mar 2020  |  Global  |  Megatrends

    The Future of Privacy and Cybersecurity, Forecast to 2030

    Exploring New Frontiers and Challenges for Network Security in a Connected Era

    This study explores the rapidly-evolving landscape of privacy and cybersecurity triggered by a rise in the number of connected devices. By 2030, a complex mesh of 200 billion devices around the world will exist, with over 20 connected devices per human. Every connected device in a smart home or city will be a potential access point to our most sens...

  2. 02 Feb 2018  |  North America  |  Strategic Forecasting

    Microsoft: A Cybersecurity Company - Really?

    Demand for cybersecurity solutions continues to grow, but actual solutions that lead to resilient risk reduction have been elusive. Consequently, Stratecast maintains that buyers of cybersecurity solutions will be casting a wider net on how they address cybersecurity risk and who they choose as trusted partners. In this insight Stratecast examines ...

  3. 22 Dec 2017  |  North America  |  Strategic Forecasting

    In the Cybersecurity Battleground, Location Matters (But Not Exclusively)

    Cybersecurity technologies strategically reside in three primary locations: --In devices – endpoints --Surrounding networks of endpoints and systems – perimeters --Between devices and users, and their destinations – gateways (or proxies) How the collection of locations improves cybersecurity efficacy (i.e., “better together”) is ultima...

  4. 10 Mar 2017  |  North America  |  Strategic Forecasting

    Detection-less Cybersecurity: Adding Certainty to Uncertain Cybersecurity

    Accepting the limitations of detection-based cybersecurity does not need to be status quo. There are alternative detection-less approaches that purge malicious code from the inbound web and email channels. One of the detection-less approaches is remote browser isolation (RBI), which we analyzed a few months ago. Another, which we introduce in this ...

  5. 29 Jul 2016  |  North America  |  Strategic Forecasting

    Deception as a Security Discipline: Going on the Offensive in the Cybersecurity Battlefield

    Might there be a means to consistently produce high-fidelity alerts that are unmistakably associated with attackers and malicious insiders, which include a comprehensive catalog of the attacker’s system moments, and are triggered in real-time? That, in a nutshell, is the objective of deception, and the focus of this week’s insight. Also include...

  6. 17 Mar 2014  |  North America  |  Strategic Forecasting

    Cybersecurity Threats Require Dynamic Response Capabilities


    This report looks at the similarities and differences between the approach to address enterprise IT cybersecurity needs and communications service provider (CSP) fraud management. The report explains the common thread of business challenge shared between all industries and the CSP global marketplace. It also analyzes some of the drivers for fraud, ...