A new CybersSecurity research report by MiG concludes that the quantity of Malware variants in the wild will continue to expand rapidly, that vendors that try to hold the line behind straight signature-based products will fall behind, that the Information Security market will continue grow at a healthy rate for the foreseeable future, and that governments will be increasingly forced to stack a larger portion of their IT budgets against both CyberCrime and CyberWarfare exploits.
Titled: “The Future of Information Security – Markets & Technologies Outlook – 2012-2018”, the multi-scenario report, authored by MiG’s Lead IT Analyst, James Mathews, examines, analyses, and predicts the evolution of technologies, markets, and outlays (expenditures) for Information Security (InfoSec) infrastructure products over the next six years.
Designed to provide actionable insight, as well as specific business opportunities to C-level executives, business developers, decision and policy makers and investors and entrepreneurs, this report presents a global and regional overview of the markets for ten product categories in three regions across the entire span of the Information Security infrastructure market:
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Source: ASDReports - Market Research
Date: Jan 10, 2012