Global Internet Security Market
Today?s modern society has immensely benefited from the application of internet into our day-to-day life. It is convenient to share information, data, messages, applications, etc. over the internet. In this process, t
Today?s modern society has immensely benefited from the application of internet into our day-to-day life. It is convenient to share information, data, messages, applications, etc. over the internet. In this process, the user is exposed to internet attacks and becomes vulnerable without proper internet security solution. Such internet security attacks disrupt the privacy of an organization or individual. These security problems are bound to increase as the internet continues to penetrate deep into various daily applications of communication, entertainment, automobile connectivity, banking, bill payment, online shopping and others Internet is an insecure channel for sharing information, as it is subjective to fraud or intrusion such as phishing.
Various methods such as data encryption, firewalls, antivirus, etc. are used for protecting and transferring data over internet. The threat of internet security seems to be rising every day as more and more people and organizations around the globe are connecting to internet through World Wide Web, email, VoIP and other services. These attacks carried out are more sophisticated and keep on evolving as the technology advances. The report highlights the adoption of Internet Security market, globally. Based on the Product & Services, the Internet Security Market is segmented into Hardware, Software and Services segment.
Based on the Technologies, the market is bifurcated into Authentication, Access Control Technology, Content Filtering and Cryptography segments. According to the Application, the Internet Security Market is segmented into BFSI, Retail, IT & Telecommunications, Government, Manufacturing, Education, Aerospace & Defense and Others segments. The geographies included in the report are North America, Europe, Asia Pacific and LAMEA (Latin America, Middle East and Africa).
Key players profiled in the report include IBM Corporation, Google Inc., HP Enterprise, Cisco Systems, Intel Corporation, Microsoft, Dell and Symantec Corporation.