Market Research Report
Managed Security Services Market in India, Forecast to 2022
|Published by||Frost & Sullivan||Product code||731217|
|Published||Content info||116 Pages
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|Managed Security Services Market in India, Forecast to 2022|
|Published: October 10, 2018||Content info: 116 Pages||
As Businesses Become Global, Enterprises Seek Help from Managed Security Service Providers Offering Advanced Security Services Through Security Operations Centers in India
Enterprises are moving through a phase of digital transformation. Customers are looking to leverage the advantage of technology and bring in agility, flexibility, and reliability within the processes. Volumes of customer data are stored within corporate data centers and the need to protect such assets has increased by several folds. However, enterprises are challenged with limited skilled resources, lack of technological expertise, and affordability, and protection of sensitive data becomes difficult. Hence, enterprises need experts in security, to help them through the digital transformation journey, protect customer data, monitor IT infrastructure 24x7, and be able to remediate or counter a cyber threat. Partnering with managed security service providers is the best possible choice for enterprises to monitor, detect, and respond to threats and offer a secured enterprise ecosystem.
The concept of managed security has been around for decades. Initially, managed security services was about providing traditional security features of managed firewall, IDS, IPS, and log management; however, over time, enterprises have shown interest in having intelligence-based security services. Several large and niche security providers showcase next-generation security capabilities such as Managed Threat Intelligence (MDR), Compromise Assessment, Incident Response Retainer (IRR), ICS health check, managed DLP, and managed mobile endpoint security. These security providers invest in advanced technologies such as Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning (ML), behavioral analytics, and cognitive learning to enhance their capability to detect non-signature-based attacks.
This research service analyzes the state of the managed security services market in the country in 2017. With an aim to provide a comprehensive understanding of the market (current and future), a well-tested step-by-step research methodology has been followed, which is an ideal mix of primary and secondary research.
The study starts with defining the market, the various segments of services, the research objective, and key assumptions for the research. It provides a look into the overall cyber security ecosystem in India, the Mega Trends affecting growth, technological impact, cyber security regulations, and drivers and restraints of growth. Market sizing and forecasting for the overall market, sub-segments (SAMM, DRIDR, RCM, and AEM), vertical spilt, and horizontal assessment are included, along with the market engineering measurements. The study also deep dives into the competitive landscape to evaluate participants' market shares. Finally, growth opportunities are discussed, along with recommendation for vendors.