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Early insight: Impact of coronavirus on the cybersecurity technology industryMarch 25, 2020Coronavirus (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.Subscribers Only
Key Trends at RSA Conference 2020March 10, 2020RSA Conference 2020 took place in San Francisco at the end of February. This is the first event that analysts have attended as Omdia, the newly launched research brand of Informa Tech, combining market-leading analyst houses Ovum, IHS Markit TMT research, Tractica, and Heavy Reading.
IHS Markit publishes vulnerability database tracking twelve vendors and 2,000+ vulnerabilities for CY 2018October 22, 2019IHS Markit conducted a comprehensive and independent study, commissioned by Trend Micro, focused on a dozen organizations that disclose information security vulnerabilities and cross-referenced the data published from these vendors against information security vulnerabilities made publicly available through various government agencies.
IoT Vertical Case Study: AWS IoT Defender - 2019October 10, 2019Devices and networks with subpar security make it easy for bad actors to gain unauthorized access. AWS targets fast-growing IoT cybersecurity market with AWS IoT Defender.Subscribers Only
Security Gaining Momentum at IoT WorldJune 08, 2019The conference focused on a wide range of prominent topics, from continued advancement and adoption of artificial intelligence and machine learning, to discussions surrounding information technology and operational technology management challenges. As the industrial and critical infrastructure markets move at a much slower pace than the traditional IT ecosystem, effective security solutions will continue to be sought after for years to come.
IoT Security Gaining Visibility at RSAMarch 15, 2019As with last year’s conference, Internet of Things (IoT) security remained a smaller part of the overall discussions surrounding cybersecurity at RSA 2019. However, despite this position of limited coverage, IoT security continues to gain traction and visibility as a topic that demands greater recognition within the context of comprehensive security solutions.
Data Security Market Revenues to Grow 30% by 2024February 07, 2019Despite best efforts, effective data management and security practices remain an ominous hurdle for many organizations. As the sheer volume with which data is generated on a daily basis continues to grow exponentially, ensuring proper protection and handling of that information becomes a proportionally difficult challenge. Demand for comprehensive and secure information management solutions are driving growth in the global market.
Arm adopts Intel’s Secure Device Onboarding (SDO) technologyOctober 25, 2018On 15 October 2018, Arm and Intel announced that Arm would adopt Intel’s Secure Device Onboarding (SDO) technology as part of Arm’s Pelion IoT platform. This collaboration should facilitate IoT market growth by reducing complexity and risk in the device supply chain. Both Arm and Intel benefit from partnering, though Intel gains a more important strategic win by shoring up the relevance of the Intel x86 chip architecture for IoT applications in the face of the increasing traction of Arm’s Cortex-M and Cortex-A architectures in the IoT market.Subscribers Only
Growing Cybersecurity Concerns Within the Industrial IoT (IIoT)October 07, 2018Unfortunately, no vertical market has remained immune from the harmful aftermath of a successful cyber attack or data breach. The situation is only exacerbated with regards to the Internet of Things (IoT), as the sheer volume of these devices continues to grow with each passing year. The IoT device explosion has seen a proportionate growth of the cyber threat landscape due to the new attack vectors that many insecure IoT devices can introduce into the ecosystem. Furthermore, the industrial markets that comprise our critical infrastructure have routinely found themselves in the crosshairs of potential cyber-criminals and data thieves.
Defending the data, securing the IoT comes into focus at IoT World 2018July 06, 2018When it comes to the IoT, many organizations have a "connect first, secure second" mentality. The IoT World 2018 conference showcased many solutions to address this fundamentally flawed practice.
The IoT grabs a foothold at RSA 2018July 06, 2018Although seemingly overshadowed by discussions and focus surrounding AI and machine learning, cybersecurity for the IoT had established a substantive presence at the conference.
The United States continues to dominate the North American smart city marketJune 28, 2018As of June 2019, the United States has the overwhelming majority of Smart City Projects in the Americas, with 312 of the 418 recorded projects in the Smart Cities Project Database. (Available to subscribers only)Subscribers Only
How the new GDPR helps smart cities adoption in the EUMay 23, 2018Data gleaned from individuals serves as the foundation of smart cities, but privacy is a major concern. The new GDPR is going into effect in the EU on May 25, 2018. It will unify regulations, bringing power and confidence back to EU citizens and residents, giving them greater control over how their personal data is used and protected.
Mobility and payment in smart cities: Visa Global Transit SolutionsNovember 14, 2017• Visa introduces the Visa Global Transit Solutions, a worldwide programme to foster seamless commuting thorough contactless payments. • The new Visa Ready for Transit program incorporates new standards to simplify the certification of payment solutions for operators and transit solution providers easing consumers’ doubts. • Visa looks at the future with an Innovation Center based in London researching the future of transportation and new technologies.Subscribers Only
RESEARCH NOTE - Microsegmentation to Play Bigger Role in Data Center SecurityDecember 28, 2016Following is information and insight from IHS Markit about our 2016 Cloud and Data Center Security Strategies and Vendor Leadership Global Service Provider Survey.
RESEARCH NOTE - Network Security a $10.8 Billion Market in 2020October 06, 2016Following is information and insight from IHS Markit about our Q3 2016 Network Security Appliances and Software Quarterly Market Tracker.
RESEARCH NOTE - Escalating Threats, Data Theft and Leakage Fueling Enterprise Security SpendingOctober 03, 2016Following is information and insight from IHS Markit about our 2016 Next Generation Threat Prevention Strategies and Vendor Leadership North American Enterprise Survey.
RESEARCH NOTE - DDoS Prevention Appliance Revenue Finally Crosses Half-billion MarkJuly 27, 2016IHS Markit analysis and commentary on the H1 2016 DDoS Prevention Appliances Biannual Market Tracker, which includes data for the half-year ended March 2016, follows.
Symantec Picks up Blue Coat for $4.65BJune 15, 2016As I was sitting down Sunday afternoon, getting ready to root the San Jose Sharks to victory (sadly, no luck), I grabbed my phone to do a final peek at e-mail for the day, and wouldn’t you know, there was big news. Blue Coat has been travelling heavily down the IPO path for the last few quarters but ended up taking a U-turn—they were acquired by the struggling Symantec Corporation for $4.65B, nearly double what Bain Capital paid for them only a year ago. I’ll be sitting down with executives from Blue Coat later this week to discuss the acquisition, but here are my quick thoughts.Subscribers Only