World Cyber Weapons Market to Post 4.07% CAGR through 2025, States Inkwood Research in Its Discounted Report Published at MarketPublishers.com

23 Nov 2017 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – Worldwide, the cyber weapons market is poised to gather momentum through to 2025, recording a 4.07% CAGR. Factors like growing defensive spending, surging demand for cybersecurity in critical infrastructure and also utilities and the ever-growing traditional arms manufacturers in the cybersecurity domain are responsible for boosting the global cyber weapons market.

The North America region is predicted to capture the lion’s market share in the years to come owing to the rise in the number of cyber-attacks in the USA and Canada. Meantime, propelled by the rising threat to critical public infrastructure, the market of APAC is set to see the fastest growth in the offing.

Avast Software, EADS, General Dynamics, Symantec Corporation, Mandiant, Northrop Grumman Corporation, Boeing, Kaspersky Lab, Mcafee, AVG Technologies, Raytheon Company, amid others, are some of the entrenched companies in the world cyber weapon universe.

Discounted research publication “GLOBAL CYBER WEAPONS MARKET FORECAST 2017-2025” drawn up by Inkwood Research provides an all-round assessment and forecast of the marketplace worldwide with a focus on the leading regions.

The study sheds light on the factors stimulating and hindering the market’s growth, reveals the major opportunities and key challenges. It provides detailed market segmentation based on application and type. A granular market breakdown is also provided geography-wise. The report includes comprehensive Porter’s five forces analysis, reviews key buying criteria, discusses the vendor landscape, etc. The research study canvasses the competitive landscape, analyses the winning strategies of key players, offers profiles of the prominent market players incorporates detailed company profiles of the leading market participants covering their company overview, SCOT analysis, product portfolios, and strategic incentives.

More discounted and new research studies Prepared by Inkwood Research are available at its page. 

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