MarketsandMarkets cyber security deal tracker now covers more than 200 deals, with various industries and technologies.
The company tracks the behavior of the market by identifying the type of significant deals signed in 2014 and 2015.
The key vendors in the cyber security market include IBM, Symantec, McAfee, Dell, Hewlett-Packard, BMC Software, and CA Technologies.
This report is instrumental in helping the stakeholders, such as cyber security software vendors, network operators, infrastructure providers, IT developers, channel partners, managed cyber security service providers, third-party system integrators, value-added resellers, government, regulatory and compliance agencies, investors, and venture capitalists, to plan their cyber security strategies and investments.
Deals done by cyber security vendors are analyzed by industry, technology, region, deal type, and vendor.
The deals are tracked by the deal tracker for various industries in technological markets globally. Hence, the deal tracker provides an updated view on the deals to its clients.
Cyber security is instrumental in providing authentication to the information exchange between multiple communication systems.
They provide endpoint protection to systems, storage, and virtual machineries to provide multi-layered defense.
Endpoint security solutions provide high-end protection to multiple applications not only against single-layer attacks but also against various other online threats.
The cyber threat landscape is very complex and involves a significant number of cyber security deals, which provide a comprehensive knowledge base on the threat management landscape.
The deals in the cyber security market also help in identifying and procuring contract information of cyber security vendors and their distinct competencies in cyber security. The deals are further classified into the following categories:
Network security is a set of technological tools which consist of policies, security concepts, guidelines, risk management approaches, and professional services.
Network security products are defined by their capability to provide access management, authentication procedures, detection and responses to threats, and security updates or patch management.
Endpoint security is a policy-based client/server security approach to protect enterprise network at the very first level of breach, when accessed.
A centrally managed server hosts the security program and the client program is installed on each endpoint device.
The endpoint security solution monitors the activities on connected devices to identify intrusions or threats and mitigate the potential risks or report unwanted activates for zero-day detection.
Cloud security software provides security to cloud-based services or cloud computing architectures. The various services provided by the cloud security vendors include cloud data loss prevention, cloud database security, and virtualization security.