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Green Polyol & Bio Polyol Market by Type (Polyester & Polyether), Application (Rigid/flexible PU Foam, Coating, Adhesive & Sealant), End-user (Construction, Transportation, Packaging, Furniture & Carpet) & Geography - Global Trends & Forecasts 2018

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Green Polyol & Bio Polyol Market by Type (Polyester & Polyether), Application (Rigid/flexible PU Foam, Coating, Adhesive & Sealant), End-user (Construction, Transportation, Packaging, Furniture & Carpet) & Geography - Global Trends & Forecasts 2018
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The report on green & bio polyols captures its global market by volume and revenue. The global market for green & bio polyols is growing at a rapid pace with most of the major markets in a phase of active growth. The demand for green & bio polyols is driven by end-user industries such as construction, transportation, furniture/bedding, carpet, packaging, etc. Currently, the content of green & bio polyols in polyurethanes and CASE products ranges from 5.0% to 15.0%. This percentage is increasing owing to the following factors:
• Strict environmental norms and favorable regulations encourage manufacturers to increase green & bio polyol content in their products
• Increasing prices of conventional polyols due to increasing crude oil prices
• Abundant supply of raw materials (natural oils and polyurethanes/PET waste)
• Higher sustainability due to lower carbon footprint

About the market
The global market for green & bio polyol has grown significantly during the last few years and it is expected to grow at a rapid pace in the next five years, mainly driven by a growing consumption in the Asia-Pacific region.

Currently, North America is the largest market for green & bio polyols followed by Europe, Asia-Pacific, and ROW. In addition, Europe is currently the largest importer of green & bio polyols. The consumption trend is expected to change by 2018. Asia-Pacific with a forecasted consumption of 363.9 kilotons by 2018 will be the second largest consumer of green & bio polyols with Europe relegated behind Asia-Pacific. It was observed that manufacturers prefer to establish manufacturing facilities in proximity of raw material source; thus, securing an uninterrupted supply of raw materials.

This report aims to estimate the global market for green & bio polyols for 2013 and to project the expected demand of the same by 2018. This market research study provides a detailed qualitative and quantitative analysis of the global green & bio polyol market. It provides a comprehensive review of major market drivers, restraints, opportunities, winning imperatives, challenges, and key issues in the market. Opportunities for new entrants in light of market forces such as consumers' bargaining strength, raw material sourcing, and market penetration threshold are analyzed using Porter's model. The global green & bio polyol market is segmented into four major geographies. These are North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and ROW. The major markets in these geographies such as the U.S., France, Germany, U.K., China, Japan, Malaysia, India, and Brazil are estimated and forecasted. The market is also segmented by various applications of green & bio polyols. Various secondary sources, such as encyclopedia, directories, and databases to identify & collect information useful for this extensive commercial study of green & bio polyol market, have been used. The primary sources–experts from related industries and suppliers have been interviewed to obtain & verify critical information as well as to assess the future prospects of green & bio polyols.

The competitive scenarios of the top players in the green & bio polyol market are discussed in detail. We have also profiled leading players of this industry with their recent developments and other strategic industry activities. These include: BASF SE (Germany), The DOW Chemical Company (U.S.), Cargill Inc. (U.S.), Mitsui Chemicals (Japan), Petopur GmBH (Germany), Rampf Ecosystems (Germany), Emery Oleochemicals (H) SDN BHD (Malaysia), etc.

Scope of the report: This research report categorizes the global market for green & bio polyols based on types, applications end-user and geography; forecasting volumes and revenues in each of the submarkets.

On the basis of applications: The green & bio polyol market is segmented on the basis of industry application as polyurethane foams (flexible & rigid), coatings, adhesives, sealants, and others. Each application is further described in detail in the report with volume and revenue forecast for each application.

On the basis of end-user industry: The green & bio polyol market is segmented on the basis of end-user industry consumers such as construction, transportation, packaging, furniture/bedding, carpet, etc. The report describes each of the aforementioned applications in detail with their respective volumes and revenues estimated and forecasted till 2018.

On the basis of geography: The global green & bio polyol market is segmented into four geographies; North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and ROW. Key countries include the U.S., Germany, France, U.K., China, Japan, South Korea, and Brazil.

1 INTRODUCTION 16

1.1 KEY TAKE-AWAYS 16
1.2 REPORT DESCRIPTION 17
1.3 STAKEHOLDERS 18
1.4 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY 18
1.4.1 MARKET SIZE 18
1.4.2 MAJOR SECONDARY SOURCES USED 20
1.4.3 KEY DATA POINTS TAKEN FROM SECONDARY SOURCES 20
1.4.4 KEY DATA POINTS TAKEN FROM PRIMARY SOURCES 21
1.4.5 ASSUMPTIONS MADE FOR THIS REPORT 21

2 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 22

3 PREMIUM INSIGHTS 26

3.1 G&B POLYOL MARKET SEGMENTS 26
3.2 G&B POLYOL MARKET DYNAMICS 27
3.3 G&B POLYOL MARKET OUTLOOK 30

4 MARKET OVERVIEW 35

4.1 INTRODUCTION 36
4.2 VALUE CHAIN ANALYSIS 37
4.2.1 RAW MATERIALS 38
4.2.2 G&B POLYOL MANUFACTURERS 38
4.2.3 INDUSTRY APPLICATIONS 38
4.2.4 END-USER INDUSTRY 39
4.3 MARKET DYNAMICS 40
4.3.1 DRIVERS 40
4.3.1.1 Increasing Crude Oil Prices 41
4.3.1.2 Consistent & Adequate Supply of Feedstock 41
4.3.1.3 Lower Environmental Impact & Higher Sustainability 42
4.3.2 RESTRAINTS 43
4.3.2.1 Costs more than conventional polyols 43
4.3.2.2 Increasing crop productivity has an additional environmental impact 44
4.3.3 OPPORTUNITIES 45
4.3.3.1 Favorable Regulations & Raw Material Availability Promoting Expansion in Asia-Pacific 45
4.3.3.2 Growing Penetration of Bio-based Polyols in the Automotive Industry 46
4.3.3.3 Recycled Polyols From Foam-based Waste 46

4.3.4 WINNING IMPERATIVES 47
4.3.4.1 Developing Feedstock that won't Compete with Food Crops 47
4.3.4.2 Capacity Expansion in Countries with Abundant Feedstock 47
4.3.5 BURNING ISSUES 48
4.3.5.1 Increasing Raw Material Demand to Offset the Balance Between Commercial Crops & Food Crops 48
4.4 PORTER'S FIVE FORCES ANALYSIS 49
4.4.1 SUPPLIERS' POWER 50
4.4.2 THREAT OF SUBSTITUTES 50
4.4.3 THREAT OF NEW ENTRANTS 51
4.4.4 BUYERS' POWER 51
4.4.5 DEGREE OF COMPETITION 52

5 GREEN & BIO POLYOL MARKET, BY TYPE 53

5.1 INTRODUCTION 54
5.2 POLYETHER POLYOL 56
5.3 POLYESTER POLYOL 57

6 GREEN & BIO POLYOL MARKET, BY APPLICATION 58

6.1 INTRODUCTION 59
6.2 POLYURETHANE RIGID FOAM 61
6.3 POLYURETHANE FLEXIBLE FOAM 65
6.4 COATING 69
6.5 ADHESIVE 71
6.6 SEALANT 73
6.7 OTHERS 75

7 GREEN & BIO POLYOL MARKET, BY END-USER INDUSTRY 77

7.1 INTRODUCTION 78
7.2 CONSTRUCTION 79
7.3 TRANSPORTATION 80
7.4 FURNITURE 81
7.5 PACKAGING 82
7.6 CARPET BACKING 83
7.7 OTHERS 85

8 GREEN & BIO POLYOL MARKET, BY GEOGRAPHY 87

8.1 INTRODUCTION 88
8.2 NORTH AMERICA 90
8.2.1 U.S. 91
8.3 EUROPE 98
8.3.1 GERMANY 100
8.3.2 FRANCE 106
8.3.3 U.K. 112
8.4 ASIA-PACIFIC 118
8.4.1 CHINA 120
8.4.2 JAPAN 126
8.4.3 MALAYSIA 132
8.4.4 INDIA 138
8.5 REST OF THE WORLD 144
8.5.1 BRAZIL 146

9 COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE 152

9.1 INTRODUCTION 153
9.2 NEW PRODUCT LAUNCH: THE MOST POPULAR GROWTH STRATEGY 154
9.3 MAXIMUM DEVELOPMENTS IN 2013 155
9.4 NORTH AMERICA: REGION WITH MAXIMUM DEVELOPMENTS 156
9.5 BIOBASED TECHNOLOGIES LLC, CARGILL INC., EMERY OLEOCHEMICALS (M) SDN BHD: THE MOST ACTIVE PARTICIPANTS 158

10 COMPANY PROFILES 160 (Overview, Financial*, Products & Services, Strategy, and Developments)

10.1 ARKEMA S.A. 160
10.2 BASF SE 162
10.3 BAYER MATERIALSCIENCE 165
10.4 BIOBASED TECHNOLOGIES LLC 168
10.5 CARGILL INC. 170
10.6 E.I. DU PONT DE NEMOURS & CO. 172
10.7 EMERY OLEOCHEMICALS (M) SDN BHD 174
10.8 GLOBAL BIO-CHEM TECHNOLOGY GROUP CO. LTD. 176
10.9 INVISTA S.A.R.L 178
10.10 JAYANT AGRO ORGANICS LIMITED 179
10.11 JOHNSON CONTROLS INC. 181
10.12 MITSUI CHEMICALS INC. 183
10.13 STEPAN COMPANY 186
10.14 THE DOW CHEMICAL COMPANY 188
*Details might not be captured in case of unlisted companies.

LIST OF TABLES

TABLE 1 POLYOL PRICE COMPARISON, 2011–2018 ($/TON) 44
TABLE 2 POLYETHER POLYOL MARKET, BY CONSUMPTION (KILOTONS)
& VALUE ($MILLION), 2011–2018 56
TABLE 3 POLYESTER POLYOL MARKET, BY CONSUMPTION (KILOTONS)
& VALUE ($MILLION), 2011–2018 57
TABLE 4 PU RIGID FOAM: G&B POLYOL MARKET CONSUMPTION,
BY APPLICATION, 2011–2018 (KILOTONS) 64
TABLE 5 PU RIGID FOAM: G&B POLYOL MARKET VALUE, BY APPLICATION,
2011–2018 ($MILLION) 65
TABLE 6 PU FLEXIBLE FOAM: G&B POLYOL MARKET CONSUMPTION,
BY APPLICATION, 2011–2018 (KILOTONS) 67
TABLE 7 PU FLEXIBLE FOAM: G&B POLYOL MARKET VALUE,
BY APPLICATION, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 68
TABLE 8 COATING: G&B POLYOL MARKET CONSUMPTION, BY APPLICATION, 2011–2018 (KILOTON) 69
TABLE 9 COATING: G&B POLYOL MARKET VALUE, BY APPLICATION,
2011–2018 ($MILLION) 70
TABLE 10 ADHESIVE: G&B POLYOL MARKET CONSUMPTION, BY APPLICATION, 2011–2018 (KILOTONS) 71
TABLE 11 ADHESIVE: G&B POLYOL MARKET VALUE, BY APPLICATION,
2011–2018 ($MILLION) 72

TABLE 12 SEALANT: G&B POLYOL MARKET CONSUMPTION, BY APPLICATION, 2011–2018 (KILOTONS) 73
TABLE 13 SEALANT: G&B POLYOL MARKET VALUE, BY APPLICATION,
2011–2018 ($MILLION) 74
TABLE 14 OTHERS: G&B POLYOL MARKET, BY CONSUMPTION (KILOTONS) & VALUE ($MILLION), 2011-2018 76
TABLE 15 CONSTRUCTION: G&B POLYOL MARKET, BY CONSUMPTION (KILOTONS) & VALUE ($MILLION), 2011–2018 79
TABLE 16 TRANSPORTATION: G&B POLYOL MARKET, BY CONSUMPTION (KILOTONS), & VALUE ($MILLION), 2011–2018 81
TABLE 17 FURNITURE: G&B POLYOL MARKET, BY CONSUMPTION (KILOTONS),
& VALUE ($MILLION), 2011–2018 82

TABLE 18 PACKAGING: G&B POLYOL MARKET, BY CONSUMPTION (KILOTONS),
& VALUE ($MILLION), 2011–2018 83
TABLE 19 CARPET BACKING: G&B POLYOL MARKET, BY CONSUMPTION (KILOTONS), & VALUE ($MILLION), 2011–2018 84
TABLE 20 OTHERS: G&B POLYOL MARKET, BY CONSUMPTION (KILOTONS) & VALUE ($MILLION), 2011–2018 85
TABLE 21 U.S.: G&B POLYOL MARKET CONSUMPTION, BY TYPE,
2011–2018 (KILOTONS) 92
TABLE 22 U.S.: G&B POLYOL MARKET VALUE, BY TYPE, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 93
TABLE 23 U.S.: G&B POLYOL MARKET CONSUMPTION, BY APPLICATION,
2011–2018 (KILOTONS) 94
TABLE 24 U.S.: G&B POLYOL MARKET VALUE, BY APPLICATION,
2011–2018 ($MILLION) 95
TABLE 25 U.S.: G&B POLYOL MARKET CONSUMPTION, BY END-USER,
2011–2018 (KILOTONS) 96
TABLE 26 U.S.: G&B POLYOL MARKET VALUE, BY END-USER,
2011–2018 ($MILLION) 97
TABLE 27 GERMANY: G&B POLYOL MARKET CONSUMPTION, BY TYPE,
2011–2018 (KILOTONS) 100

TABLE 28 GERMANY: G&B POLYOL MARKET VALUE, BY TYPE,
2011–2018 ($MILLION) 101
TABLE 29 GERMANY: G&B POLYOL MARKET CONSUMPTION, BY APPLICATION, 2011–2018 (KILOTONS) 102
TABLE 30 GERMANY: G&B POLYOL MARKET VALUE, BY APPLICATION,
2011–2018 ($MILLION) 103
TABLE 31 GERMANY: G&B POLYOL MARKET CONSUMPTION, BY END-USER,
2011–2018 (KILOTONS) 104
TABLE 32 GERMANY: G&B POLYOL MARKET VALUE, BY END-USER,
2011–2018 ($MILLION) 105
TABLE 33 France: G&B POLYOL MARKET CONSUMPTION, BY TYPE,
2011–2018 (KILOTONS) 106
TABLE 34 France: G&B POLYOL MARKET VALUE, BY TYPE,
2011–2018 ($MILLION) 107
TABLE 35 France: G&B POLYOL MARKET CONSUMPTION, BY APPLICATION, 2011–2018 (KILOTONS) 108
TABLE 36 France: G&B POLYOL MARKET VALUE, BY APPLICATION,
2011–2018 ($MILLION) 109

TABLE 37 France: G&B POLYOL MARKET CONSUMPTION, BY END-USER,
2011–2018 (KILOTONS) 110
TABLE 38 France: G&B POLYOL MARKET VALUE, BY END-USER,
2011–2018 ($MILLION) 111
TABLE 39 U.K.: G&B POLYOL MARKET CONSUMPTION, BY TYPE,
2011–2018 (KILOTONS) 112
TABLE 40 U.K.: G&B POLYOL MARKET VALUE, BY TYPE, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 113
TABLE 41 U.K.: G&B POLYOL MARKET CONSUMPTION, BY APPLICATION,
2011–2018 (KILOTONS) 114
TABLE 42 U.K.: G&B POLYOL MARKET VALUE, BY APPLICATION,
2011–2018 ($MILLION) 115
TABLE 43 U.K.: G&B POLYOL MARKET CONSUMPTION, BY END-USER,
2011–2018 (KILOTONS) 116
TABLE 44 U.K.: G&B POLYOL MARKET VALUE, BY END-USER,
2011–2018 ($MILLION) 117
TABLE 45 CHINA: G&B POLYOL MARKET CONSUMPTION, BY TYPE,
2011–2018 (KILOTONS) 120
TABLE 46 CHINA: G&B POLYOL MARKET VALUE, BY TYPE, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 121
TABLE 47 CHINA: G&B POLYOL MARKET CONSUMPTION, BY APPLICATION,
2011–2018 (KILOTONS) 122
TABLE 48 CHINA: G&B POLYOL MARKET VALUE, BY APPLICATION,
2011–2018 ($MILLION) 123
TABLE 49 CHINA: G&B POLYOL MARKET CONSUMPTION, BY END-USER,
2011–2018 (KILOTONS) 124
TABLE 50 CHINA: G&B POLYOL MARKET VALUE, BY END-USER,
2011–2018 ($MILLION) 125
TABLE 51 JAPAN: G&B POLYOL MARKET CONSUMPTION, BY TYPE,
2011–2018 (KILOTONS) 126

TABLE 52 JAPAN: G&B POLYOL MARKET VALUE, BY TYPE, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 127
TABLE 53 JAPAN: G&B POLYOL MARKET CONSUMPTION, BY APPLICATION,
2011–2018 (KILOTONS) 128
TABLE 54 JAPAN: G&B POLYOL MARKET VALUE, BY APPLICATION,
2011–2018 ($MILLION) 129
TABLE 55 JAPAN: G&B POLYOL MARKET CONSUMPTION, BY END-USER,
2011–2018 (KILOTONS) 130
TABLE 56 JAPAN: G&B POLYOL MARKET VALUE, BY END-USER,
2011–2018 ($MILLION) 131
TABLE 57 MALAYSIA: G&B POLYOL MARKET CONSUMPTION, BY TYPE,
2011–2018 (KILOTONS) 132
TABLE 58 MALAYSIA: G&B POLYOL MARKET VALUE, BY TYPE, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 133
TABLE 59 MALAYSIA: G&B POLYOL MARKET CONSUMPTION, BY APPLICATION, 2011–2018 (KILOTONS) 134
TABLE 60 MALAYSIA: G&B POLYOL MARKET VALUE, BY APPLICATION,
2011–2018 ($MILLION) 135
TABLE 61 MALAYSIA: G&B POLYOL MARKET CONSUMPTION, BY END-USER,
2011–2018 (KILOTONS) 136
TABLE 62 MALAYSIA: G&B POLYOL MARKET VALUE, BY END-USER,
2011–2018 ($MILLION) 137
TABLE 63 INDIA: G&B POLYOL MARKET CONSUMPTION, BY TYPE,
2011–2018 (KILOTONS) 138
TABLE 64 INDIA: G&B POLYOL MARKET VALUE, BY TYPE, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 139
TABLE 65 INDIA: G&B POLYOL MARKET CONSUMPTION, BY APPLICATION,
2011–2018 (KILOTONS) 140
TABLE 66 INDIA: G&B POLYOL MARKET VALUE, BY APPLICATION,
2011–2018 ($MILLION) 141

TABLE 67 INDIA: G&B POLYOL MARKET CONSUMPTION, BY END-USER,
2011–2018 (KILOTONS) 142
TABLE 68 INDIA: G&B POLYOL MARKET VALUE, BY END-USER,
2011–2018 ($MILLION) 143
TABLE 69 BRAZIL: G&B POLYOL MARKET CONSUMPTION, BY TYPE,
2011–2018 (KILOTONS) 146
TABLE 70 BRAZIL: G&B POLYOL MARKET VALUE, BY TYPE, 2011–2018 ($MILLION) 147
TABLE 71 BRAZIL: G&B POLYOL MARKET CONSUMPTION, BY APPLICATION,
2011–2018 (KILOTONS) 148
TABLE 72 BRAZIL: G&B POLYOL MARKET VALUE, BY APPLICATION,
2011–2018 ($MILLION) 149
TABLE 73 BRAZIL: G&B POLYOL MARKET CONSUMPTION, BY END-USER,
2011–2018 (KILOTONS) 150
TABLE 74 BRAZIL: G&B POLYOL MARKET VALUE, BY END-USER,
2011–2018 ($MILLION) 151

LIST OF FIGURES

FIGURE 1 G&B POLYOL MARKET VALUE, BY GEOGRAPHY,
2012 VS 2018 ($MILLION) 22
FIGURE 2 G&B POLYOL MARKET VOLUME, BY TYPE, 2012 VS 2018 (KILOTONS) 23
FIGURE 3 G&B POLYOL APPLICATION MARKET, BY VOLUME (KILOTONS) & VALUE ($MILLION), 2012 24
FIGURE 4 G&B POLYOL MARKET VALUE, BY END-USER INDUSTRY,
2012 VS 2018 ($MILLION) 25
FIGURE 5 G&B POLYOL: GLOBAL MARKET SEGMENTS 26
FIGURE 6 G&B POLYOL: MARKET DYNAMICS 27
FIGURE 7 G&B POLYOL: DRIVERS VS RESTRAINTS 28
FIGURE 8 G&B POLYOL: PORTER'S FIVE FORCES ANALYSIS 29
FIGURE 9 G&B POLYOL: REGIONAL MARKET LIFE CYCLE 30
FIGURE 10 G&B POLYOL MARKET, BY APPLICATION, 2011–2018 31
FIGURE 11 G&B POLYOL: GLOBAL & REGIONAL OVERVIEW, 2011–2018 32
FIGURE 12 G&B POLYOL MARKET, BY END-USER INDUSTRY, 2011–2018 33
FIGURE 13 G&B POLYOL: COMPETITIVE ANALYSIS, BY STRATEGY, 2011-2013 34
FIGURE 14 G&B POLYOL VALUE CHAIN ANALYSIS 37
FIGURE 15 IMPACT OF MAJOR DRIVERS ON G&B POLYOL MARKET, 2013-2018 40
FIGURE 16 IMPACT OF MAJOR RESTRAINTS ON G&B POLYOL MARKET, 2013-2018 43
FIGURE 17 IMPACT OF MAJOR OPPORTUNITIES ON G&B POLYOL MARKET,
2013-2018 45
FIGURE 18 PORTER'S FIVE FORCES ANALYSIS 49
FIGURE 19 G&B POLYOL MARKET CONSUMPTION, BY APPLICATION, 2012 59
FIGURE 20 G&B POLYOL MARKET VALUE, BY APPLICATION,
2012 VS 2018 ($MILLION) 60
FIGURE 21 G&B POLYOL: MARKET SHARE, BY END-USER INDUSTRY, 2012 78
FIGURE 22 G&B POLYOL: MARKET SHARE, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2012 89
FIGURE 23 NORTH AMERICA: G&B POLYOL MARKET SHARE, BY COUNTRY, 2012 90
FIGURE 24 NORTH AMERICA: G&B POLYOL MAKKET CONSUMPTION,
BY APPLICATION, 2012 VS 2018 (KILOTONS) 91
FIGURE 25 EUROPE: G&B POLYOL MARKET SHARE, BY COUNTRY, 2012 98
FIGURE 26 EUROPE: G&B POLYOL MARKET CONSUMPTION, BY APPLICATION,
2012 VS 2018 (KILOTONS) 99
FIGURE 27 ASIA-PACIFIC: G&B POLYOL MARKET SHARE, BY COUNTRY, 2012 118
FIGURE 28 ASIA-PACIFIC: G&B POLYOL MARKET CONSUMPTION, BY APPLICATION, 2012 VS 2018 (KILOTONS) 119
FIGURE 29 ROW: G&B MARKET SHARE, BY COUNTRY, 2012 144
FIGURE 30 ROW: G&B POLYOL MARKET CONSUMPTION, BY APPLICATION,
2012 VS 2018 (KILOTONS) 145
FIGURE 31 G&B POLYOL: MARKET SHARE, BY GROWTH STRATEGY, 2010–2013 154
FIGURE 32 G&B POLYOL: MARKET DEVELOPMENTS, 2010–2013 155
FIGURE 33 G&B POLYOL: MARKET ACTIVITY SHARE, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2010-2013 156
FIGURE 34 G&B POLYOL: MARKET ACTIVITY SHARE, BY COMPANIES, 2010-2013 158
FIGURE 35 BASF SE: SWOT ANALYSIS 164
FIGURE 36 BAYER AG: SWOT ANALYSIS 167
FIGURE 37 MITSUI CHEMICALS: SWOT ANALYSIS 185
FIGURE 38 DOW: SWOT ANALYSIS 190

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The demand for organizations to expand their infrastructure to multiple IT environments like the cloud, on-premise, mobile, bring your own device (BYOD) and the Internet of Things (IoT) continues to grow. As this hybrid infrastructure increases, the challenge to monitor the security of these systems increases in volume and complexity. In his session at 18th Cloud Expo, Stephen Coty, Chief Security Evangelist at Alert Logic, will show how properly configured and managed security architecture can...