The worldwide cybersecurity industry is expected to reach

    Dublin, September 22, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – “Cybersecurity Market by Component (Software, Hardware and Services), Software (IAM, Encryption and Encryption and Other Software), Type), Type Security, Deployment, Organization Size, Vertical and Regional Reports – Global Forecast to 2027” added’s offer for sale.

    The size of the global cybersecurity market is expected to grow from an estimated value of USD 173.5 billion in 2022 to USD 266.2 billion in 2027, at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) ) is 8.9% from 2022 to 2027.

    The increasing number of data breaches globally, the ability of malicious actors from anywhere in the world, the nexus between cyberspace and physical systems, and the difficulty of mitigating vulnerabilities and consequences in complex networks are some of the factors that are driving the growth of the cybersecurity market. However, the lack of cybersecurity professionals and the lack of budget constraints among SMEs and startups in developing economies is expected to hinder the growth of the market.

    By organization size, SMEs will grow at the highest CAGR during the forecast period

    Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) from a variety of industries are undergoing digital transformation and are using the cloud to streamline operations, increase mobility, eliminate on-premises technology and Cost savings. To protect online applications and Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) against unwanted access, vulnerabilities and attacks, SMEs are using solutions and services network security. Cybercriminals use automated techniques to attack the networks of small and medium-sized businesses to take advantage of their weak security infrastructure.

    So to save money, time and resources, SMEs are looking for cybersecurity solutions. In addition, governments are taking action to protect SMEs in their countries. But significant problems including operating budget constraints, lack of funding and lack of qualified labor are predicted to hinder market expansion for SMEs in developing countries. develop.

    SMEs are vulnerable to new security issues as they go digital at an increasing rate. As a result, the IT departments of SMEs invest in implementing cybersecurity solutions. As a result, SMEs will grow at the highest CAGR during the forecast period.

    By vertical, the aerospace and defense industry accounts for the larger market size during the forecast period

    Civil and military aerospace and defense procurement is included in the aerospace and defense sectors. The rate of increase in security risks in the aerospace and defense sectors is alarming. This vertical is intended to collect extremely sensitive and confidential data from important industries, such as government, prime contractors, and suppliers. Big data and the rise of digitization in most components of the armed forces increase the likelihood of being attacked by cybercriminals.

    The use of IT and telecommunications tools such as RADAR and encryption-based wireless technologies for secure communication is a key driver and they will aid in market expansion. In addition, the sector is undergoing a significant digital shift, which has increased the demand for cybersecurity solutions and services. Hence, the aerospace and defense industries hold a larger market share during the forecast period.

    By organization size, large enterprises grow at the highest market size during the forecast period

    Large businesses and SMEs can protect themselves with the help of cybersecurity solutions from cyberattacks that compromise and destroy their IT infrastructure. With the aim of protecting their critical assets, large organizations around the world continue to deploy cybersecurity solutions at a rapid pace.

    To include security solutions and services to protect critical assets from cyberattacks, large organizations are redesigning their security architecture and policies. To protect networks, endpoints, data centers, devices, users, and applications against unauthorized use and harmful ransomware attacks, they primarily rely on cybersecurity.

    Large enterprises are increasingly using access management tools to enable privileged access to servers and online applications, which drives market expansion. Large enterprises are more likely to use cybersecurity solutions due to the huge budgets of deploying top-of-the-line security solutions and the strong need for real-time auditing and monitoring of day-to-day IoT traffic increasing. Therefore, large enterprises will have the highest market growth during the forecast period.

    Main topics covered:

    1. Introduction

    2 Research Methods

    3 Executive Summary

    4 Premium Insights
    4.1 Attractive opportunities in the market
    4.2 Market, by Composition, 2022
    4.3 Market, by software, 2022-2027
    4.4 Market, by Security Type, 2022-2027
    4.5 Cybersecurity market, by vertical, 2022-2027
    4.6 Market, by region, 2022-2027
    4.7 Market investment scenario

    5 Market overview and industry trends
    5.1 Introduction
    5.2 Market dynamics
    5.2.1 Drivers Increased target-based cyberattacks to cause operational disruption Cybersecurity Grid Architecture (Csma) to Simplify Security Infrastructure Growing demand for network-savvy boards
    5.2.2 Limitations Lack of network security experts Lack of funding among topics and startups in developing economies
    5.2.3 Opportunity IoT security to play an important role in the cybersecurity market Apply cloud-based cybersecurity solutions among Smes Evolution of Endpoint Security Segment due to Rising Byod Trend
    5.2.4 Challenges Challenges in implementing and implementing cybersecurity design solutions The diverse nature of sophisticated threats Difficulty in addressing the complexity of advanced threats
    5.3 Ecosystem
    5.4 Technology analysis
    5.4.1 Ai/Ml and Cybersecurity
    5.4.2 Deep learning and network security
    5.4.3 Analysis of user behavior and legal entities and network security
    5.4.4 Encryption and network security
    5.4.5 Internet of Things and Cybersecurity
    5.5 Regulatory implications
    5.5.1 General provisions on data protection
    5.5.2 Federal Information Security Administration Act
    5.5.3 Payment card industry data security standards
    5.5.4 Sarbanes-Oxley Act
    5.5.5 Soc2
    5.5.6 Health Insurance Provision and Accountability Act (Hipaa)
    5.5.7 Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act
    5.5.8 Regulatory bodies, Government agencies and other organizations
    5.6 Patent analysis
    5.7 Value Chain
    5.8 Analysis of Porter .’s five forces model
    5.9 Use cases
    5.9.1 Use Case 1: F5 has helped Asian paints enhance customer experience and increase scalability
    5.9.2 Use Case 2: Bandhan Bank helped Trend Micro close the security gap
    5.9.3 Use Case 3: Algosec helped Ncr Corporation achieve Zero Trust security
    5.9.4 Use Case 4: Imperva Helped Tower Get real-time web page visibility
    5.10 Valuation Analysis
    5.11 Trends and disruptions affecting customers
    5.12 Key stakeholders and purchasing criteria
    5.13 Key conferences and events in 2022-2023

    6 Cybersecurity Market, By Component
    6.1 Introduction
    6.2 Hardware
    6.2.1 Hardware: Market Driver
    6.3 Software
    6.3.1 Software: Market Driver
    6.4 Services
    6.4.1 Services: Market Dynamics

    7 Cybersecurity market, by software
    7.1 Introduction
    7.2 Iam
    7.2.1 Iam: Market Drivers
    7.3 Antivirus / Antimalware
    7.3.1 Antivirus / Antimalware: Market Drivers
    7.4 Log Management and Siem
    7.4.1 Diary Management and Siem: Market Drivers
    7.5 Firewall
    7.5.1 Firewalls: Cybersecurity Market Drivers
    7.6 Encryption and Encryption
    7.6.1 Coding and Coding: Market Drivers
    7.7 Compliance and policy management
    7.7.1 Compliance and Policy Management: Market Drivers
    7.8 Patch Management
    7.8.1 Patch management: Market dynamics
    7.9 Other Software

    8 Cybersecurity market, by service
    8.1 Introduction
    8.2 Professional Service
    8.2.1 Professional services: Market leader
    8.2.2 Design, Consulting and Implementation
    8.2.3 Risk and threat management
    8.2.4 Training and Education
    8.2.5 Support and Maintenance
    8.3 Managed Services
    8.3.1 Managed Services: Market Drivers

    9 Cybersecurity Market, By Security Type
    9.1 Introduction
    9.2 Cybersecurity
    9.2.1 Cybersecurity: Market Drivers
    9.3 Cloud Security
    9.3.1 Cloud Security: Market Drivers
    9.4 Application Security
    9.4.1 Application Security: Cybersecurity Market Driver
    9.5 Endpoint Security and IoT
    9.5.1 Endpoint Security and IoT: Market Drive

    10 Cybersecurity Market, By Deployment Mode
    10.1 Introduction
    10.2 Clouds
    10.2.1 Cloud: Market Driver
    10.3 Site plan
    10.3.1 Basis: Market Drivers

    11 Cybersecurity Market, By Organization Size
    11.1 Introduction
    11.2 Small and Medium Enterprises
    11.2.1 Small and medium enterprises: Market dynamics
    11.3 Large enterprises
    11.3.1 Large enterprises: Market dynamics

    12 Cybersecurity market, by vertical
    12.1 Introduction
    12.2 Aerospace and defense
    12.2.1 Aerospace and Defense: Drivers of Cybersecurity Market
    12.3 Bfsi
    12.3.1 Bfsi: Market Drivers
    12.4 It and It
    12.4.1 It and It: Market Dynamics
    12.5 Health Care
    12.5.1 Healthcare: Drivers of Cybersecurity Market
    12.6 Retail and E-Commerce
    12.6.1 Retail and E-Commerce: Market Drivers
    12.7 Production
    12.7.1 Production: Market Dynamics
    12.8 Energy and Utility
    12.8.1 Energy and Utilities: Factors Driving the Cybersecurity Market
    12.9 Telecommunications
    12.9.1 Telecommunications: Market dynamics
    12.10 Transport and Logistics
    12.10.1 Transport and Logistics: Factors Driving the Cybersecurity Market
    12.11 Media and Entertainment
    12.11.1 Media and Entertainment: Market Drivers
    12.12 Other verticals

    13 Cybersecurity market, by region

    14 Competitive landscape

    15 company profiles
    15.1 Main Player
    15.1.1 Ibm
    15.1.2 Cisco
    15.1.3 Microsoft
    15.1.4 Palo Alto . Network
    15.1.5 Fortinet
    15.1.6 Checkpoints
    15.1.7 Trellix
    15.1.8 Trend Micro
    15.1.9 Nortonlifelock
    15.1.10 Rapid7
    15.1.11 Micro Focus
    15.1.12 Amazon Web Services
    15.1.13 Oracle
    15.1.14 Accenture
    15.1.15 Cyberark
    15.1.16 Sentinone
    15.1.17 Points
    15.1.18 F-Secure
    15.1.19 F5
    15.2 Other Major Players
    15.2.1 Security Rsa
    15.2.2 Sophos
    15.2.3 Forcepoint
    15.2.4 Imperva
    15.2.5 Proving Points
    15.2.6 Juniper Network
    15.2.7 Splunk
    15.2.8 Sonicwall
    15,2,9 Zscaler
    15.3 Smes / Launch Player
    15.3.1 Algosec
    15.3.2 Quick
    15.3.3 Nozomi . Network
    15.3.4 Datavisor
    15.3.5 Rotation
    15.3.6 Wijungle
    15.3.7 Bluvector
    15.3.8 Aristi Labs
    15.3.9 Securden

    16 Adjacent Markets

    17 Appendix

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