Global Big Data Security Market to Touch USD 30.9 Bn in 2023, Expects KBV Research in Its In-Demand Report Published at MarketPublishers.com
02 Nov 2017 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Through 2023, the global market for big data security is predicted to reach USD 30.9 billion, registering an exponential CAGR of 17% from 2017 till 2023.
The market growth is set to be significantly encouraged by such factors as rising number of cyber-attacks that demand highly scalable security solutions, severe regulatory guidelines, constantly changing diversity and amount of business data from manifold sources, amidst others. Still, the market growth could be restrained by limited budgets on data security, poor awareness about the existing data security solutions and high installation costs, lack of trained professionals, to name only a few challenges.
Symantec Corporation, IBM Corporation, Amazon Web Services, Mcafee, LLC, Microsoft Corporation, Check Point Software Technologies, Oracle Corporation, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Imperva and Dell Technologies (Pivotal Software), among others, are the most prominent participants in the big data security market.
In-demand research study “New Global Big Data Security Market Analysis (2017-2023)” issued by KBV Research provides an unbiased assessment of the market at the regional and global scales. It delves into the market segmentation in terms of type, development type, technology, vertical and geography; offers detailed data on the market size and shape, sheds light on the market dynamics, examining the market major growth driving and limiting factors, observes the top ongoing and future possible trends, threats and opportunities. Moreover, the report includes a granular analysis of the competitive landscape and a number of holistic profiles of the leading companies. Future forecasts for the world’s big data security market development up till 2023 are provided here, as well.
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