Military Cyber CONOPS Growth Opportunities

Military Cyber CONOPS Growth Opportunities

New Product Development Based on Big Data and Artificial Intelligence is Driving the Shift in CONOPS

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19-Nov-2021
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Digitization is transforming every aspect of the defense industry, from back-end office operations to the training of military personnel. Cyberwarfare has become common, and cyberspace has turned into a battlefield for major geopolitical and social issues, with different nations using it to gather intelligence or engage in shadow diplomacy.

Cyberthreats continue to evolve, making them harder to detect, prevent, or mitigate. Today, weapon systems are software dependent and networked. Embedded software and IT systems enable operational success; however, they create new and extensive vulnerabilities.

Cyber concepts of operations (CONOPS) are constantly evolving as global defense industries are transforming their operations and capabilities. Investments in disruptive new and existing technologies, such as artificial intelligence (AI), cloud computing, blockchain, and quantum computing, will drive further changes in cybersecurity in the coming years.

This research highlights the most important military cybersecurity market trends, evaluates the market and the competition, sums up existing and evolving global threats, identifies the main mergers and acquisitions, and explores upcoming disruptive technologies.

This study also identifies the emerging trends, opportunity areas, and technologies that can help achieve security objectives. It provides insights into the impact and evolution of technologies that will benefit participants in the defense industry, relevant verticals, and technology companies seeking new avenues to enhance their portfolios.

Technology companies that are looking to address the potential requirements of the military cybersecurity market will benefit from this study.

Key Issues Addressed

  • Which disruptive technologies will have an impact on the military cybersecurity market over
    the next 10 years?
  • Over what time frame will each technology have an impact on the market?
  • How did the COVID-19 pandemic affect the defense industry? What was its impact on the military cybermarket?
  • What are the key military cybersecurity trends?

Author: Ryan Pinto 

 

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Table of Contents

Why is it Increasingly Difficult to Grow?

The Strategic Imperative 8™

The Impact of the Top 3 Strategic Imperatives on the Military Cyberindustry

Growth Opportunities Fuel the Growth Pipeline Engine™

Market Overview

Trends Impacting the Demand for Cybersecurity

Disruptive Forces

Capability Impact—Evolving Technologies

Key Predictions

Research Scope

Research Objectives and Questions

Geopolitical Snapshot

Geopolitical Analysis

COVID-19

General Trends in the Military Cybermarket

General Trends in the Military Cybermarket (Continued)

General Trends in the Military Cybermarket (Continued)

Growth Drivers in the Military Cybermarket

Growth Drivers Analysis for the Military Cybermarket

Growth Drivers Analysis for the Military Cybermarket (continued)

Growth Drivers Analysis for the Military Cybermarket (continued)

Growth Restraints in the Military Cybermarket

Growth Restraints Analysis for the Military Cybermarket

Growth Restraints Analysis for the Military Cybermarket (continued)

Growth Restraints Analysis for the Military Cybermarket (continued)

Military Cyberconcepts Evolution

Military Cyberconcepts Evolution (Continued)

Military Cyberconcepts Evolution (Continued)

Military Cyberconcepts Evolution (Continued)

Military Cyberconcepts Evolution (Continued)

Military Cyberconcepts Evolution (Continued)

Disruptive Technology Maturity Timelines

Technology Analysis

Technology Analysis (continued)

Technology Analysis (continued)

Technology Analysis (continued)

Case Study 1: Disruption of Capabilities—Operation Olympic Games

Case Study 2: Theft of Personal Data

Case Study 3: Manipulation of eCommerce

Case Study 4: Disruption of Capabilities—Wannacry

Growth Opportunity 1: Increasing R&D Investments for the Military Cybermarket

Growth Opportunity 1: Increasing R&D Investments for the Military Cybermarket (continued)

Growth Opportunity 2: Advanced Threat Simulation for the Military Cybermarket

Growth Opportunity 2: Advanced Threat Simulation for the Military Cybermarket (continued)

Growth Opportunity 3: Training of Skilled Personnel for the Military Cybermarket

Growth Opportunity 3: Training of Skilled Personnel for the Military Cybermarket (continued)

Growth Opportunity 4: Cyber EW for the Military Cybermarket

Growth Opportunity 4: Cyber EW for the Military Cybermarket (continued)

Growth Opportunity 5: Low-Cost and Extended Support to Cater to Operators with Limited Budgets

Growth Opportunity 5: Low-Cost and Extended Support to Cater to Operators with Limited Budgets (continued)

Growth Opportunity 6: Endpoint Security for the Military Cybermarket

Growth Opportunity 6: Endpoint Security for the Military Cybermarket (continued)

Growth Opportunity 7: Mergers and Acquisitions for the Military Cybermarket

Growth Opportunity 7: Mergers and Acquisitions for the Military Cybermarket (continued)

Strategic Imperatives for Success and Growth

The Last Word—3 Big Predictions

Abbreviations

Abbreviations (continued)

List of Exhibits

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Digitization is transforming every aspect of the defense industry, from back-end office operations to the training of military personnel. Cyberwarfare has become common, and cyberspace has turned into a battlefield for major geopolitical and social issues, with different nations using it to gather intelligence or engage in shadow diplomacy. Cyberthreats continue to evolve, making them harder to detect, prevent, or mitigate. Today, weapon systems are software dependent and networked. Embedded software and IT systems enable operational success; however, they create new and extensive vulnerabilities. Cyber concepts of operations (CONOPS) are constantly evolving as global defense industries are transforming their operations and capabilities. Investments in disruptive new and existing technologies, such as artificial intelligence (AI), cloud computing, blockchain, and quantum computing, will drive further changes in cybersecurity in the coming years. This research highlights the most important military cybersecurity market trends, evaluates the market and the competition, sums up existing and evolving global threats, identifies the main mergers and acquisitions, and explores upcoming disruptive technologies. This study also identifies the emerging trends, opportunity areas, and technologies that can help achieve security objectives. It provides insights into the impact and evolution of technologies that will benefit participants in the defense industry, relevant verticals, and technology companies seeking new avenues to enhance their portfolios. Technology companies that are looking to address the potential requirements of the military cybersecurity market will benefit from this study.--BEGIN PROMO--

Key Issues Addressed

  • Which disruptive technologies will have an impact on the military cybersecurity market over
    the next 10 years
  • Over what time frame will each technology have an impact on the market
  • How did the COVID-19 pandemic affect the defense industry What was its impact on the military cybermarket
  • What are the key military cybersecurity trends

Author: Ryan Pinto 

 

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