Jeff Wilson

Jeff Wilson

Jeff has more than 25 years of experience analyzing the cybersecurity technology market and providing guidance to vendors. He possesses one of the longest-running and most accurate forecast track records in cybersecurity technology, with forecast models dating back to 1997.    

Jeff covers the complex interactions between products, traditional managed services, SaaS, and cloud security. He is an expert in cybersecurity hardware, software, and services for firewalls/NGFW/UTM, IDS/IPS, secure access, cloud security, web and mail security, DDoS mitigation, data center and carrier security, security operations platforms, SCADA/ICS and IoT security.   

A thought leader in the cybersecurity technology space, Jeff is frequently quoted in the press, leads webinars, speaks at industry and customer events, and is a highly sought-after strategy consultant to startups, service providers, security technology companies, and the investment community. 


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Next-Gen Threat Prevention Strategies & Vendor Leadership NA Ent. Survey - 2019

The Next-Gen Threat Prevention Strategies & Vendor Leadership North American Enterprise Survey analyzes the trends and assesses the needs of enterprises wrestling with serious security architecture issues.

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Enterprise & IT Security Technology
Cloud & CPE Managed Security Services Market Report - Regional - 2020

This annual market report provides accurate data and analysis - including market size, forecasts, and market trends - to help clients make better business decisions in the cloud and CPE managed security services market.

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Enterprise & IT Security Technology
Early insight: Impact of coronavirus on the cybersecurity technology industry

Coronavirus (COVID-19) is a global issue that is already having a widespread impact on nearly everyone on the planet. The situation is very fluid; anyone who thinks they know exactly what is going to happen is kidding themselves. However, as we have been tracking several fundamental security markets going back to 1997, I was able to go back to two disruptive events during that time—the dot-com bubble burst of 2001 and the global financial crisis of 2008—to provide some guidance on how the cybersecurity technology market will respond to the current crisis. I reviewed the pre-crash forecasts and the actual results for key security technologies like firewalls, IDS/IPS, and web and mail security to help guide my initial adjustments to my current forecasts. Clients, please log in to read the full content.

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Enterprise & IT Security Technology
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