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Global Market Study on Managed Security Services: North America Market Expected to Expand 7X in Terms of Value by 2026 End

LONDON, March 20, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Persistence Market Research analyzes the global managed security services market over a ten year period from 2016 to 2026 in a newly published report. The study demonstrates market dynamics and trends across regions that are expected to influence the current status and future prospects of the global managed security services market over the forecast period (2016 - 2026). The primary objective of the report is to offer information on market drivers, restraints, trends, opportunities, and value chain analysis; and updates on developments in the global managed security services market.

The report is categorically divided into five sections namely, by deployment type, by service type, by organization, by application type and by region, to understand and offer insights on the global managed security services market. The report provides analysis of the global managed security services market in terms of market value (US$ Mn).

The report starts with an overview of the global managed security services market which includes market description and taxonomy. Moreover, the value chain of managed security services and pricing models followed by managed security service providers for outsourcing the managed security services in the organization are also included in this section. Thereafter, analyses of key trends, opportunities, drivers and restraints from the supply and demand perspectives are included.

The section that follows analyses the overall market by providing the overall market size, absolute dollar opportunity and growth rate comparison of the overall market.

The next section describes the market on the basis of deployment type and presents the forecast in terms of value for the next 10 years. On the basis of deployment type, the global managed security services market has been segmented into:

Cloud-based deployment
Web-based deployment

Another section included in the report is on the basis of service type that analyses the market and presents the forecast in terms of value for the next 10 years. On the basis of service type, the global managed security services market has been segmented into:

IDS/IPS
DDoS
Threat Management
Firewall Management
Endpoint Security
Security Information and Event Management

The section that follows analyses the market on the basis of organization and presents the forecast in terms of value over the next 10 years. On the basis of organization, the global managed security services market has been segmented into:

Small & Medium Enterprise
Large Enterprises
Another section included in the report is on the basis of application type that analyses the market and presents the forecast in terms of value over the next 10 years. On the basis of application type, the global managed security services market has been segmented into:

BFSI
Healthcare
Retail
Telecommunication
Others

The following section of the report includes analysis of the global managed security services market on the basis of region. The global managed security services market is segmented into seven key regions:

North America
Latin America
Eastern Europe
Western Europe
Asia Pacific Excluding Japan
Japan
Middle East and Africa

In the final section of the report, the managed security services market competitive landscape is included to provide report audiences with a dashboard view of the market players, based on categories of providers across the value chain, their presence in the managed security services portfolio and key differentiators. Some of the major market players featured in this section are IBM Corporation, Symantec Corporation, Fortinet, Inc., Computer Science Corporation, Accenture PLC, AT&T Inc., Intel Corporation, Cisco Systems, Inc., Checkpoint Software Technologies Limited, Trustwave Holdings, Inc.



Research methodology

To deduce market size, the report considered the average IT spending in managed security services across geographies. Furthermore, data points such as regional split and market split by deployment type, organization, service type and application type are analyzed and qualitative inputs from primary respondents have been incorporated to arrive at suitable market estimates. The forecast presented in the report evaluates the total revenue that is expected to be generated across the managed security services market over forecast period (2016–2026). When developing the market forecast, the starting point involved sizing up the current market, which forms the basis for forecasting how the market is anticipated to take shape during the forecast period. Given the characteristics of the market, PMR triangulated the data on the basis of various analysis based on both supply side and demand side.

It is imperative to note that in an ever-fluctuating global economy, we not only conduct forecasts in terms of CAGR, but also analyze the market on the basis of key parameters, such as Year-on-Year (Y-o-Y) growth, to understand the predictability of the market and identify the right opportunities in the managed security services market.

As previously highlighted, the market for managed security services is split into various segments, on the basis of deployment type, service type, organization, application type and region. All these segments have been analyzed in terms of Basis Point Share (BPS) to understand the individual segments' relative contribution to market growth. This detailed level of information is important for identification of many key trends in the global managed security services market

Another key feature of this report is the analysis of the managed security services market by deployment type, service type, organization, application type and region and its revenue forecast in terms of absolute dollar opportunity. This is usually overlooked while forecasting the market. However, absolute dollar opportunity is critical in assessing the level of opportunity that a provider can look to achieve, as well as to identify potential resources from a sales perspective in the global managed security services market.

In order to understand key growth segments in terms of growth and performance of the managed security services market, PMR developed a market attractiveness index. The resulting index should help providers identify real market opportunities.
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