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Research and Markets: Global Cyber Security Market: Trends & Opportunities Report 2014-19 Featuring Booz Allen Hamilton, Computer Science Corporation, BAE and Boeing and Fire Eye

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/qpv7pq/global_cyber) has announced the addition of the "Global Cyber Security Market: Trends & Opportunities (2014-19)" report to their offering.

The report provides an insight into the market dynamics and various trends and opportunities associated with the global cyber security market. It gives a detailed analysis of the cyber security market in terms of various verticals it serves, and also focuses on the regional market sizing of North America, Western Europe and APAC. It also discusses the factors fuelling the cyber security market. The growth of the global cyber security market as well as regional market has been forecasted for the period 2014-2019, taking into account the previous growth patterns, drivers and current and future trends. The report concludes with the profiling of major players in the global cyber players like Booz Allen Hamilton (BAE), Computer Science Corporation (CSC), BAE and Boeing and Fire Eye.

In today's technologically driven market, a country's cyber space forms an integral part of the global cyberspace. The increasing penetration of internet, particularly in developing countries has led to an exponential growth in the cyberspace. In addition, the rapidly growing ownership of smart phones (mobile phones & tablets) with access to internet and online retailing trend has increased the expansion of cyberspace worldwide.

The rapid growth in global cyberspace has raised pertinent questions about its security. The success of the global internet and online system is primarily attributed to its relative openness and low entry barriers. However, these very same factors are also partly responsible for the serious threats to the cyber space in the form of cyber warfare, cyber espionage, cyber terrorism and cyber crime.

Key Topics Covered:

1. Executive Summary

2. Global Cyber Security Market: An Overview

3. Global Cyber Security Market: An Analysis

3.1. Global Cyber Security Market: Sizing & Growth (Actual & Forecast)

3.2. Rising Spending by Organizations

3.3. Global Cyber Security Industry: Market Share Analysis

4. Global Cyber Security Industry: Spending Trends by Verticals

4.1. Financial Services

4.2. Growing Trend in Financial Services Cyber Security Market

4.3. Manufacturing Vertical

4.4. Growing Cyber Security Trend in Manufacturing Industry

4.5. Health Services

4.6. Growing Cyber security Trend in Health Sector

4.7. Technology & Consumer Markets

4.8. Growing Cyber security Trend in Retail & Consumer Sector

4.9. Chemical, Energy & Natural Resources

4.10. Public Sector

4.11. Growing Cyber Security Trend in Public Sector

5. Cyber Security Market: Regional Analysis

5.1. North America Cyber security Market

5.2. Western Europe Cyber Security Market

5.3. APAC Cyber Security Market

6. Global Factors driving the Cyber Security Market

7. Recent Developments in the Global Cyber Security Market

8. Company Profiles

8.1. BAE Systems

8.2. Booz Allen Hamilton (BAH)

8.3. Computer Sciences Corporation (CSE)

8.4. Boeing Company

8.5. FireEye

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/qpv7pq/global_cyber

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