World Security Testing Market to Witness Tremendous Growth, Projects KBV Research in Its New Report Published at MarketPublishers.com
25 Nov 2016 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – In the forthcoming years, the security testing market is anticipated to see colossal growth owing to the urgent need for compliance with safety standards across a host of industry verticals. The need for security testing services has ridden on the back of the influx of a vast range of applications and an unheard-of upsurge in cyber threats. The burning need for a robust system to guarantee that the applications and systems are free from loopholes and therefore prevent information leaks and data loss acts as an essential factor fueling the market growth. The uptake of security testing is also helpful in detecting potential weak spots within the system which may contribute to data loss for organisations.
North America continued to dominate the global security testing market as of 2015. The Latin America, Middle East and Africa (LAMEA) region is expected to see the fastest CAGR through to 2022.
New research report “Global Security Testing Market (2016 - 2022)” developed by KBV Research is devoted to providing an in-depth analysis of the market. This study comprises a detailed market segmentation based on types, tools, deployment models, organisation size, industry verticals. The study canvasses the performance of the leading reginal and country markets. It reviews the major drivers of the market, pinpoints and analyses the key restraints to the sector growth, as well as identifies lucrative opportunities. It includes a granular analysis of leading stake holders of the security testing market and profiles the top companies such as HP Enterprise Company, IBM Corporation, Alien Vault, Inc., Arbor Networks Inc., FireEye, Inc., Blue Coat Systems, Inc., and Logrhythm, Inc. Furthermore, the research report presents an all-round future outlook and forecasts for the worldwide security testing market through 2022.
Other insightful reports by this publisher can be found at the KBV Research page.