World Anomaly Detection Market to Grow to USD 4.45 Bn in Value by 2022, Forecasts M&M in Its New Report Recently Added at MarketPublishers.com
23 Aug 2017 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Nowadays, the high performance data analytics (HPDA) is used by data scientists to detect abnormal behaviors (so called anomalies) in real-time data; HPDA helps to monitor device performance and prevent data from unauthorised access. On the back of the rising penetration of connected devices worldwide, the risk of data safeguarding on these devices is also rising, thus, giving a boost to significant growth in the anomaly detection market.
In the current year, the value of the world’s anomaly detection market is estimated at appr. USD 2.08 billion. During the next 5 years, in the wake of an uptake in internal threat amid enterprises and increasing fraudulent and espionage activities, growth in the anomaly detection market is poised to gain traction at a considerable 16.4% CAGR to reach the value of USD 4.45 billion by late 2022.
The North American region is projected to capture the biggest share of the worldwide anomaly detection market during 2017-2022. Meantime, the highest growth rates are likely to be registered in the APAC market.
New research study “Anomaly Detection Market by Solution, Technology, Deployment, Service, Vertical - Global forecast to 2022” elaborated by MarketsandMarkets (M&M) gives a clear picture of the present scenario in the anomaly detection market at the world, regional and country scales. It sheds light on the market dynamics with vital details on the key growth influencing factors, examines the key market segments and estimates their shares, identifies and discusses the prevailing and emerging market development trends as well as points out the major growth threats and opportunities for the next 5 years. Besides, this in-demand study features the competitive environment, profiles the prominent market players and offers an all-round future outlook for the anomaly detection market up to 2022.
Companies profiled in this new report: International Business Machines (IBM) Corporation, Cisco Systems, Wipro Limited, Dell Technologies, SAS Institute, Symantec Corporation, Happiest Minds, Splunk, Trustwave Holdings, Gurucul, Varonis Systems, Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) Company, Flowmon Networks, GreyCortex s.r.o., and Guardian Analytics.
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