Cybersecurity has become an extremely relevant and pressing issue with the passing of time, and is only about to increase in importance. All organizations have sensitive data that needs to be protected to maintain the organization’s edge in technology, IP, business innovation and most importantly, their customers. Virtually every industry, from banking/financial services, telecommunications, healthcare, technology, retail, manufacturing services, and public sector either have or critically need to have network security solutions in place to protect their networks and systems from internal or external harm.
Frost & Sullivan’s Information Technology research and consulting programs look at conventional and unconventional technologies, with specific focus on top-level potential disruptors such as cybersecurity, artificial intelligence, machine learning, and IOT or the Internet of Things. In the Network Security market, we look at, among other segments:
- Infrastructure Security
- Endpoint Security
- Managed Security Services
- Access Control
- Vulnerability Research
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13 Dec 2018  |  Asia Pacific
Greater Proliferation of Targeted Cyber-attacks and Data Breaches Remains the Key Driver of Cyber Security Spending
The Asia-Pacific network security market recorded a YoY growth of 11.8% in Q2 2018, slightly slower as compared to Q1 2018 which grew at 15.7% YoY. Industries that hold highly valuable data such as Banking, Financial services and Insurance (BFSI), the government, service providers and healthcare sector are being targeted more frequently. These attr...
26 Oct 2018  |  Global
Emerging Business Practices Demands New Technologies
The enterprise network is evolving rapidly with new technologies and business practices such as cloud computing, Software Defined Wide Area Network (SD-WAN), Internet of Things (IoT), and remote and mobile employees. These technologies and practices are eroding the traditional concept of a network security perimeter and generating a plethora of new...
03 Aug 2018  |  Asia Pacific
An Analysis of the Solution Landscape and Best Practices in Asia-Pacific
Technology is increasingly advancing, so does threat landscape. Cyber attackers are attempting to breach companies' defenses every second, using increasingly sophisticated methods. Security teams are constantly challenged by the lack of skilled manpower and the right visibility of threats to their organizations’ assets. Despite current security ...
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30 Jul 2018  |  Global
Protecting Network Scan, Cloud, and Software Integrity
The increased volume and sophistication of cyber threats is matched only by the increase in risk as more business, personal and network information assets are targeted. Vulnerability to these threats must be known with confidence and a clear plan of action. Vulnerability Management is a foundational tool for identifying, prioritizing and reporting ...
27 Jul 2018  |  North America
NAC Evolving As Enterprise Networks Expand Beyond Secure Walls
The Frost & Sullivan report analyzes the global market for Network Access Control. The “traditional” focus of NAC has been Authentication, Authorization, and Accounting (AAA). At its core, NAC is all about enabling mobility and dynamic security. However, the enterprise network no longer sits within four secure walls. It extends to wherever empl...
26 Jul 2018  |  Asia Pacific
Regulatory Compliance Requirements and Emerging Risks Continue to Drive Market Growth in the Region
The Asia-Pacific network security market maintained a healthy growth momentum, recorded a YoY growth of 15.9% in Q1 2018. The YoY growth of first quarter was slightly slower as compared to the previous fourth quarter which was 19.1% YoY. The implementation and enforcement of regulatory requirements be it Cyber Security Law in China, Cyber Security ...
05 Jul 2018  |  Global
Bringing Advanced Security Technology into the Mainstream
The Advanced Malware Sandbox (AMS) is an important component of a network security architecture that delivers the ability to detect and block advanced threats. AMS solutions utilize virtualized computing environments to identify malicious behaviors and other indicators of malware. This model is unique and yields high fidelity threat information wit...
13 Jun 2018  |  Asia Pacific
Top 8 Asia-Pacific Cyber Security Trends
This research service covers the highlights of top 8 Asia-Pacific Cyber Security Trends, delivered by Frost & Sullivan Asia-Pacific Cyber Security Research Team. This deliverable also includes the strategic imperatives for growth opportunities. The top 8 Asia-Pacific Cyber Security Trends include: • IoT botnets exploitation to intensify with 2 o...
29 May 2018  |  Asia Pacific
Regulatory Compliance and Evolving Cyber Threats Drive Network Security Market Growth
As organizations begin to adopt new network architectures, such as private, public, and hybrid clouds for improved agility and business outcomes, securing these highly dynamic environments becomes more complex. Seamless integrated network security technologies to defense against evolving threats in the entire attack continuum are necessary to fill ...
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17 May 2018  |  Europe
Enterprise-Grade Encrypted Voice and Instant Messaging
The use of encrypted voice and instant messaging technology has been increasing amongst enterprise and private individuals alike for several years. Unfortunately, much of the discourse about secure communications in the mainstream media has involved government arguments against the use of encryption in the private sector instead of focusing on why ...