Market Research Report
Telcos' Managed Security Services Market Opportunity in Africa & Middle East
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|Telcos' Managed Security Services Market Opportunity in Africa & Middle East|
|Published: October 31, 2018||Content info: 20 Pages||
Telcos in the Africa & Middle East (AME) have fairly recently launched their Managed Security Services (MSS) services with application security often a prominently featured type of service usually alongside a portfolio of infrastructure security services. Infrastructure security services tend to be closer to a telco's traditional enterprise offerings. As a result, Africa & Middle East (AME) telcos are more likely to offer this type of services.
Cyber security services tends to be less commonly offered by Africa & Middle East (AME) telcos as they are more sophisticated offerings that tend to be launched as a linear progression in a telco's Managed Security Services (MSS) service portfolio evolution to augment its existing portfolio of application and infrastructure services.
A key strategic advantage Africa & Middle East (AME) telcos have is their in-country presence which can be important for some verticals that might regulatory restrictions to keep data domestically. Telcos also have an opportunity to bundle Managed Security Services (MSS) with existing enterprise connectivity services to position themselves as enterprise ICT service providers.
There is potential for telcos to capitalize on the opportunity in applications security by leveraging their in-country sales channels and staff, customer relationships and knowledge of local market dynamics. To offer cyber security services effectively, telcos require an investment in a dedicated SOCs, which might not be financially feasible for smaller telcos in the region.
The Managed Security Services (MSS) market size in the Africa & Middle East (AME) region is expected to grow from US$2.3 billion in 2017 to US$3.7 billion by 2022. From a global perspective the Africa & Middle East (AME) region will remain the smallest, yet one of the fastest growing regions over the forecast period. The energy vertical will be the largest vertical in the Africa & Middle East (AME) region throughout the forecast period, growing to US$652 million by 2022.
"Telcos' Managed Security Services Market Opportunity in Africa & Middle East", a new Telecom Insider report provides an executive-level overview of the Managed Security Services (MSS) opportunity in Africa & Middle East (AME). It analyses key trends and delivers insights into the MSS market opportunity for telcos.
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