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Worldwide IT Security Products Forecast, 2018-2022: Do You Make Friends or Acquire Technology to Round Out a Portfolio?

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Worldwide IT Security Products Forecast, 2018-2022: Do You Make Friends or Acquire Technology to Round Out a Portfolio?
Published: August 9, 2018 Content info: 13 Pages
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This IDC study discusses the forecast for the worldwide IT security products market for 2018-2022."In 2017, the IT security products market officially pivoted, as the industry finally paused in the post-Target breach era and recognized that new tools and technologies are not a panacea for all ills; integrating and automating security architectures to relieve the strain on the most precious asset, our security professional, now becomes a primary goal," said Chris Kissel, research director, Security Products, IDC. "Analytics, intelligence, automation, and orchestration tools will take on an increasing importance to create visibility over multiple surfaces, bridge the transition between incident detection and incident response, and hasten the interval between mean time to detect (MTTD) and mean time to respond (MTTR) to network anomalies."

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Product Code: US44182918

IDC Market Forecast Figure

Executive Summary

Advice for Technology Suppliers

Market Forecast

Market Context

  • Drivers and Inhibitors
    • Drivers
      • Automation and Orchestration Greatly Reduce Mean Time to Detection and Mean Time to Response
      • Heterogeneous Networking Creates New Opportunities for IT Security Products Suppliers
      • Network Security Is the Sum of Many Things Done Well
    • Inhibitors
      • No One Knows What the Adversary Will Do; We Are Not Even Sure What the Motivations of the Adversary Are
      • Keep Your Friends Close, and Your Enemies Closer
  • Significant Market Developments
  • Changes from Prior Forecast

Market Definition

Methodology

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