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Network-based advanced malware analysis (NAMA) solutions market in APAC to grow to USD 3.3B in 2025

The market size of the APAC network-based advanced malware analysis market is estimated to be USD 586.9 Million in 2018 and is expected to record CAGR growth rate of 27% and is expected to reach a market size of USD 3.3 Billion in 2025.

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Definition / Scope

NAMA solutions have the ability to detect the presence or entry of an advanced malware attack. Suspicious files delivered through web or email are sent into a detonation chamber / virtual operating system environment for execution and analysis. This is also known commonly as sandboxing technology, which will help reveal if there have been any attempts to exploit the application and inject a malware.

NAMA is an integral part of businesses’ holistic security strategies, which drives many of them to invest in the solution, expertise, and professionals’ skill sets to enhance prevention, detection, and remediation capabilities. Businesses are also focusing more on threat hunting, which prompts them to integrate NAMA solutions with other advanced technologies, such as advanced endpoint detection and response (AEDR), security analytics, and forensics tools. The strong integration enables security teams to detect, respond to, and investigate threat incidents more efficiently.

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Market Overview

  • The network-based advanced malware analysis (network-based sandboxing) solution market in Asia Pacific continued to maintain its strong growth momentum in 2018 as many large organizations and businesses across verticals decided to spend big on sandboxing solutions to defend against sophisticated and targeted attacks, such as ransomware, zero-day and other advanced malware attacks.
  • The market recorded total vendor revenue of $586.9 million in 2018, representing a tremendous CAGR growth of 27% and is expected to reach a market size of USD 3.3 Billion in 2025.
  • Both on-premise and cloud-based solution segments recorded rapid growth rates by 52.4% and 54.7%, respectively in the year 2018.
  • The cloud-based sandboxing services were gaining greater preference among businesses, mainly from ecommerce, healthcare, high-tech, service provider verticals.
  • The cloud-based solution segment is estimated to hold a market size of USD 176.07 Million in 2018 and is expected to grow at a CAGR of 28% to reach a market size of USD 991.19 Million in 2025
  • The on-premise solution segment is estimated to have reached a market size of USD 410.83 Million in 2018 and is expected to clock a CAGR of 26% to reach a market size of USD 2.07 Billion in 2025
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Key Metrics

Metrics Value Explanation
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Market Risks

Stable Customer Price Sensitivity

Price sensitivity is the degree to which the price of a product affects consumers' purchasing behaviors. Summed up, it's how demand changes with the change in cost of products. The stable Customer Price Sensitivity indicates that there are no significant shift in the demand of the Asia-Pacific Network-based Advanced Malware Analysis market.

Decreasing Gross Margin Range

The gross margin represents the amount of sales revenue that the company retains after incurring the direct costs associated with producing the goods and services it sells. The higher the amount, the more the company retains on each dollar of sales to service its other costs and debt obligations. A decreasing trend in the Gross Margin Range indicates risk of poor financial outcome for the APAC Network-based Advanced Malware Analysis Service Providers.

Top Market Opportunities

Development of Ransomware Defense Framework

Ransomware is one of the main threats to digital business, according to a Cisco 2017 Mid-Year Cyber Security Report.Globally, around 49% of businesses experienced at least one cyber ransom attack in 2018, and of those, 39% were ransomware attacks. In the Asia Pacific region alone, the number of attacks rose 100% from 2015 to 2018. But security controls alone are not sufficient to address a ransomware threat, and organisations need to adopt a multi-layered approach to stop the cyber kill chain.

This means identifying emerging threats before an attack, quick detection, a swift response to an attack, all the way through to the backup and recovery process. Deep threat Intelligence and research are key to outsmarting cybercriminals, and a critical success factor is to disrupt the attack before it becomes the business disruptor.

Advanced Threat Detection Service for Critical Infrastructure Sectors

Organizations should configure system logs to detect incidents and to identify the type and scope of malicious activity. Properly configured logs enable rapid containment and appropriate response. An organization’s ability to rapidly respond to and recover from an incident begins with the development of an incident response capability. An organization’s response capability should focus on being prepared to handle the most common attack vectors (e.g., spearphishing, malicious web content, credential theft).

Threat Intelligence and Remediation Services

Security Orchestration, Automation and Response (SOAR) is a term used to describe the convergence of three distinct technology markets: security orchestration and automation, security incident response platforms (SIRP), and threat intelligence platforms (TIP). SOAR technologies enable organisations to collect and aggregate vast amounts of security data and alerts from a wide range of sources. This assists human and machine-led analysis, as well as the standardisation and automation of threat detection and remediation.

Network Re-architechture

Network Re-architechture aims at exploring novel ways of organizing and using networks beyond legacy Internet technology. The ultimate goal is to design and develop a novel autonomic networking architecture that enables flexible, dynamic, and fully autonomous formation of network nodes as well as whole networks.

The resulting autonomic network architecture will allow dynamic adaptation and re-organisation of the network according to the working, economical and social needs of the users. This is expected to be especially challenging in a mobile context where new resources become available dynamically, administrative domains change frequently, and the economic models may vary.

Market Drivers

The increasing sophistication of advanced malware attacks

The dynamics of cyber warfare have changed so dramatically that cyber attacks are now a problem everyone needs to face up to. Every year brings new security breaches, but this year has seen some of the most egregious and disturbing since the dawn of the Internet age. Cyber-attacks are on the rise and IT .security has become more highly prioritised by organisations, due in some cases to increased threats and in other cases, tougher legislation.

Cyber threats have evolved to become more sophisticated, often originating from well-organised groups – state-sponsored or criminal networks – who target businesses or individuals connected to businesses for valuable information. It is emphasised that the importance of being able to rapidly detect and contain an attack. New technologies are emerging that focus on detecting malware before it can do any damage.

Particularly the Network-based Advanced Malware Analysis technologies such as sandboxing is designed to detect and alleviate potential risks. The sophistication of advanced malware attacks drives the need for advanced malware analysis tools to perform threat detection and IP Protection capabilities.

The increasing need for proactive defense solutions

Active cyber defense constitutes a process of responding to, learning from, and applying knowledge to threats within the network. Experts specializing in an active cyber defense cycle tend to focus on incident monitoring and response, penetration testing, malware analysis, threat intelligence, governance, risk and compliance. In an evolving landscape where the perimeter is just about non-existent, adopting a proactive approach could be key to regaining control, and stopping attacks dead in their attack path tracks.

Implementing a strategy built on proactive network security will not only possibly provide the best defense but could also the most cost-effective way to implement cyber security. Proactive defense could be a far better way to manage operations and make cyber-attacks more costly for attackers. Hence Organisations are investing on Holistic security strategies for better threat management.

Strong Requirements for critical infrastructure protection

Cyberattacks on critical infrastructure have grown increasingly sophisticated—with greater potential impact. Cybersecurity specialists and teams responsible for critical infrastructure will need to consult with each other and expand their skillsets to develop a complete, accurate picture of vulnerabilities, issue severity, and possible impacts. For example, to accurately reflect risk exposure and protect the power grid from cyberattack, states will need combined expertise in cyber and the cascading impacts of destabilizing the physical power stations.

It is also important to consider that preventive measures are not always foolproof. Improving awareness of how new threats present themselves and being able to detect abnormal conditions and expedite responses are essential to reducing harm to the public when attackers are successful. The strong requirement for critical infrastructure protection prompts organizations to spend on advanced threat detection tools to prevent severe damage to infrastructure.

Market Restraints

Limited security budget among SMEs

According to a survey by Ernst & Young, It is found that only 19% of APAC organisations have sufficient budgets to provide the level of cybersecurity and resilience they would want to come by, while 69% spend a very small quantum of their overall IT budget on cybersecurity with low levels of awareness on the know-hows of their most critical information and assets. The situation is even more bleak in the SME space.

25%-50% of additional funding is required over existing security budget to better protect against emerging threats by 100% of telecom organizations, 92% of technology organisations, and 58% of power and utilities organisations. It is also found that SMEs must increase their spending on security activities and also witnessed was the absence of adequate or formal programmes for threat intelligence, vulnerability identification, breach detection and incident response. This affects the adaption of the NAMA technology in the APAC market and deters the growth of the market.

Use of pirated and open source cybersecurity solutions

In many low- and middle-income countries, purchasing and installing pirated software to conduct everyday business is common. Reasons for this vary and include high cost, lack of repercussions due to limited regulation, and lack of awareness. Regardless of the explanation, the threats of using pirated software, whether to help run a business or the daily operations of a government, should sound alarms for anyone concerned about cyber security. Pirated software is often infected with malware.

Malware can slow computers or infect computers with instructions to share information with other parties, essentially creating vulnerabilities that can be exploited by a variety of actors. Although most malware is created by criminal organizations with the goal of stealing data or gaining access to money, it can also be used by foreign governments to conduct espionage or damage a country’s critical infrastructure. In other words, installing pirated software can have massive repercussions on an economy, because it can create vulnerabilities across the country’s network, which can then be exploited to conduct a cyber-attack.

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Industry Challenges

Dearth of cybersecurity expertise for proactive strategic planning

As hackers ramp up attacks with increasingly sophisticated methods and tools that are readily available for purchase on the dark web, the "white hats" need all the help they can get. According to recent estimates, there will be as many as 3.5 million unfilled positions in the cybersecurity industry by 2021. This puts many organizations in a tight spot, as security engineers are hard to find and command top salary figures when available.

Cybercriminals, of course, aren’t complaining. They’re doing everything they can to take advantage of understaffed firms that have little ability to prevent, detect and responds to attacks. These companies are at high risk of suffering a data breach that may take years to recover from. The Dearth of cybersecurity expertise hampers the cybersecurity strategies of organizations and prevents proactive strategic planning for threat detection and remediation.

Lack of interoperability with the existing information systems

Interoperability has become a buzzword in Technology and on NAMA in particular, It has been identified a lack of interoperability as one of the significant obstacles to a thriving digital economy. The lack of interoperability compels the customer to be locked-in to a set of products or services. It also crops up reliability and safety issues. The Lack of Interoperability affects the performance of the system during migration from one vendor to another.

Technology Trends

Endpoint Detection and Response

Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) is a cybersecurity technology that addresses the need for continuous monitoring and response to advanced threats. It is a subset of endpoint security technology and a critical piece of an optimal security posture.

The features that most EDR solutions have include:

  • The ability to detect and prevent hidden exploit processes that are more complex than a simple signature or pattern and evade traditional AV
  • Threat intelligence
  • Visibility throughout endpoints, including applications, processes and communications, to detect malicious activities and simplify security incident response
  • Automation of alerts, as well as defensive responses such as turning off specific processes when an attack is detected
  • Forensic capabilities, because once an attacker is inside, you need the ability to take a deep dive into their activities so you can understand their movements and minimize the impact of the breach
  • Data collection to build a repository used for analytics

Endpoint Protection Platforms (EPP)

An endpoint protection platform (EPP) is a solution deployed on endpoint devices to prevent file-based malware attacks, detect malicious activity, and provide the investigation and remediation capabilities needed to respond to dynamic security incidents and alerts.

Detection capabilities will vary, but advanced solutions will use multiple detection techniques, ranging from static IOCs to behavioral analysis. The inclusion of artificial intelligence (AI) and human-driven managed services such as managed threat hunting — lowering the barrier to entry for more advanced capabilities — will increase over the next 18 months. Deception capabilities, intended to trick adversaries into revealing their presence by accessing fake services or planted files, or by using planted credentials, are emerging.

Desirable EPP solutions are primarily cloud-managed, allowing the continuous monitoring and collection of activity data, along with the ability to take remote remediation actions, whether the endpoint is on the corporate network or outside of the office. In addition, these solutions are cloud-data-assisted, meaning the endpoint agent does not have to maintain a local database of all known IOCs, but can check a cloud resource to find the latest verdicts on objects that it is unable to classify. Integration with security orchestration, automation and response (SOAR) tools will become increasingly desirable.

Other Key Market Trends

Rising Sophistication of Malware Attacks

Advanced Malware are evolving and are becoming more sophisticated with the increasing availability of custom malware, attack tools and services making it difficult to detect and respond. NAMA solutions are becoming increasingly important for security operations in both Information Technology and Operational Technology environments for better threat management. It is evident from the recent attacks on South Korea’s biggest internet shopping malls, Interpark, leaked personal information, for financial gain, of about 10.3 million users that the Threat landscape is becoming increasingly complacent.

Market Size and Forecast

Asia-Pacific

The Asia-Pacific region is the fastest growing region in the Network-based Advanced Malware Analysis market globally, growing at a robust CAGR growth rate of 27%

Greater China (China, Hong Kong and Taiwan) Network-based Advanced Malware Analysis Market Size

  • The Greater China NAMA solution market grew by 79.8% on a YoY basis, achieving revenues of USD 69.85 Million in 2018 and expected to grow at a healthy CAGR of 26% to register a market size of USD 378.17 Million in 2025. China remained the key revenue contributor with a market share of 52.3%, followed by Hong Kong at 27.0% and Taiwan at 20.7%
  • The increasing complexity of the advanced threat along with the high outbreak frequency of ransomware and targeted attacks continue to drive growth in this market. Chinese enterprises are required to strengthen their security posture to stay compliant with government policies that are tailored to specific key industries.

India Network-based Advanced Malware Analysis Market Size

  • The Indian NAMA market experienced a robust YoY growth of 86.2% in 2016, achieving revenue of USD 36.45 Million in 2018. The overall NAMA market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 34% to reach a market size of USD 282.77 Million in 2025, driven by the strong growth of cloud-based NAMA solutions.
  • The ongoing digital transformation in India that fosters the rapid adoption of cloud, along with the introduction of digital wallets and e-governance initiatives, places the country at a high risk of being exposed to cyber attacks. Several security vendors have uncovered evidence for the same, with individuals, government organizations, and the banking industry, being targeted by cyber-espionage group to launch advanced malware attack.

Japan Network-based Advanced Malware Analysis Market Size

  • The Japanese NAMA solution market witnessed a significant growth of 76.9% on a YoY basis, registering revenues of USD 119.83 Million in 2018. This significant growth was mainly driven by the continuously increasing sophistication of targeted cyber attacks over the year across the vertical segment .
  • In light of the current cyber attack situation, the NAMA solution market is expected to maintain its spending momentum in the next five years with a strong CAGR of 27.6% through 2025, registering revenues of USD 660.35 Million. As a result, the Japanese market will continue to hold the largest market share in the APAC region.
  • The BFSI vertical was one of the largest spenders in 2016, accounting 25.8% of the total market share.

ANZ Network-based Advanced Malware Analysis Market Size

  • The ANZ NAMA market registered a growth rate of 62.1% on a YoY basis in 2016 to register a market size of USD 36.04 Million in 2018 and expected to grow at a CAGR of 28% to reach a market size of USD 202.91 Million in 2025, as enterprises in the region were keen to adopt the NAMA solution as a way to counter the rising threat of advanced malware, many of which were able to bypass traditional and legacy solutions.
  • The increased provisioning of cloud-based NAMA services by vendors was another key growth contributor; in particular, the large number of SMBs in the ANZ region were attracted by the agility and affordability offered by such services.
  • The 2016 ANZ NAMA market can be characterized by the strong uptake of cloud-based NAMA services among ANZ enterprises, which enabled it to overtake the on-premise solutions segment and become the leading market segment.
  • The growing popularity of cloud-based services in the ANZ region is reflected by its impressive YoY growth rate of 81.3%, which has enabled the segment to capture 54.1% of the market share in 2016.

South Korea Network-based Advanced Malware Analysis Market Size

  • The South Korean NAMA market witnessed a healthy growth of 39.0% on a YoY basis in 2016 holding a market size of USD 19.35 Million in 2018 and is expected to grow at a CAGR of 22% to reach a market size of USD 77.84 Million in 2025.
  • Awareness about NAMA solutions and the market has increased, largely due to the increased number of sophisticated malware attacks in South Korea over the years, leading to an increasing trend on adoption of cloud-based solutions.
  • Another attack on one of the biggest internet shopping malls, Interpark, leaked personal information, for financial gain, of about 10.3 million users.
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Market Outlook

  • The market recorded total vendor revenue of USD 586.9 Million in 2018, representing a tremendous CAGR growth of 27% and is expected to reach a market size of USD 3.3 Billion in 2025.
  • Both on-premise and cloud-based solution segments recorded rapid growth rates by 52.4% and 54.7%, respectively in the year 2018.
  • The cloud-based sandboxing services were gaining greater preference among businesses, mainly from ecommerce, healthcare, high-tech, service provider verticals.
  • The cloud-based solution segment is estimated to hold a market size of USD 176.07 Million in 2018 and is expected to grow at a CAGR of 28% to reach a market size of USD 991.19 Million in 2025
  • The on-premise solution segment is estimated to have reached a market size of USD 410.83 Million in 2018 and is expected to clock a CAGR of 26% to reach a market size of USD 2.07 Billion in 2025
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Technology Roadmap

Threat Analytics

Threat Analytics is more than analyzing user behavior and pretty dashboards. It's about proactively understanding the threats against various IT assets, where vulnerabilities exist that those threats exploit, and employing detection, protection, and mitigation controls to neutralize threats and reduce risk.

Predictive Analytics

Predictive analytics encompasses a variety of statistical techniques from data mining, predictive modelling, and machine learning, that analyze current and historical facts to make predictions about future or otherwise unknown events. In business, predictive models exploit patterns found in historical and transactional data to identify risks and opportunities. Models capture relationships among many factors to allow assessment of risk or potential associated with a particular set of conditions, guiding decision-making for candidate transactions.

Distribution Chain Analysis

The Deployment model adopted in the implementation of Network-based Advanced Malware Analysis market is plug_and_play where the applications are offered through Network Protocols such as Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) technologies which includes SIP trunk. The payment mode is fixed tariff for the services offered at a per-user basis.

Content Analysis automatically escalates and brokers zero-day threats for dynamic sandboxing and validation before sending content to users. Analyze unknown content from one central location. Leveraging this malware analyzer uses a unique multi-layer inspection and dual-sandboxing approach to reveal malicious behavior and expose zero-day threats, and safely detonate suspicious files and URLs.

  • Block all known threats identified through Global Intelligence Network
  • Deploy multi-step analysis to inspect only suspicious files, including threats targeting mobile devices.
  • Analyze unknown content delivered by messaging gateways
  • Send IOCs to endpoint detection technologies
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Competitive Landscape

The widespread deployment of cloud technology boosted the demand for the integrated network security solution among the business entities. The convergence of cloud platform and application anti-malware gateways with mechanisms such as machine learning, threat analytics, and network behavior analysis is generating proactive network security solutions.

Industry players are progressively investing a significant amount to develop and deploy modern security solution by profound research and development. Since 2010 several mergers and acquisition had taken place by the large enterprises to imbibe this inherent technological platform into the organization.

The incorporation of ground-breaking features, such as Artificial Intelligence and Internet of Things that enables automated integration between the software, hardware platform and the consumer, is energizing the industry growth prospects. These features subsequently influence the market dynamics and accelerate the growth momentum to rise to its optimal level.

The advent of cognitive computing also has considerable impact on the development of advanced anti-malware technology and encrypted end point solution. The extended usage of automated reasoning, big data, and machine learning technology, along with artificial intelligence and probabilistic logic has paved the way for the easy identification and analysis of malicious viruses with utmost efficiency.

The companies are strengthening their position through merger & acquisition and continuously investing in research and development (R&D) activities to come up with solutions to cater the customer’s changing requirements. Furthermore, sandboxing solution providers are planning to invest in advanced technologies such as artificial intelligence with a target to provide cost competitive products in the market in the years to come.

Major Market Developments include

  • In April 2018, Symantec announced the development of a powerful threat detection technology, which was used by its world-class research teams. Symantec’s Targeted Attack Analytics (TAA) enables ATP, thereby helping customers leverage advanced machine learning and discover targeted attacks.
  • In April 2018, IBM Security and McAfee extended their partnership to integrate IBM IRP with Data Exchange Layer (DXL) and provide better protection through automation and intelligence sharing.
  • In April 2018, Palo Alto Networks acquired Secdo, an Israel-based incidence response solution provider. With this acquisition, the company integrates its security operating platform with Secdo’s endpoint detection and response capabilities to offer rapid detection and response services to enterprises to detect malicious attacks.

Competitive Factors

Competitive Pricing

Competitive pricing is the process of selecting strategic price points to best take advantage of service based market relative to competition. This pricing method is used more often by businesses selling similar products, since services can vary from business to business, while the attributes of a product remain similar. This type of pricing strategy is generally used once a price for a product or service has reached a level of equilibrium, which occurs when a product has been on the market for a long time and there are many substitutes for the product.

Uniqueness

Threat and Incident Remediation is the growth sector, customers expect solutions that solves problem and not just add to the number of alerts to be addressed. The most successful Network-based Advanced Malware Analysis Service provider will with a unique solution attribution such as big data analytics or unique sensory data collection.

Offering of Value-added Services

The link between the Network-based Advanced Malware Analysis Services Providers and the consulting, Professional and Technical services is inevitable and imminent. Providing Consulting, Professional and Technical services is not a niche of the Network-based Advanced Malware Analysis Services Providers, unless the provider is to outshine the competition.

Key Market Players

Check Point Software Technologies Ltd. is an Israeli multinational provider of software and combined hardware and software products for IT security, including network security, endpoint security, cloud security, mobile security, data security and security management.

FireEye is a public cybersecurity company headquartered in Milpitas, California. It provides hardware, software, and services to investigate cybersecurity attacks, protect against malicious software, and analyze IT security risks. FireEye was founded in 2004. Initially, it focused on developing virtual machines that would download and test internet traffic before transferring it to a corporate or government network. The company diversified over time, in part through acquisitions. In 2014, it acquired Mandiant, which provides incident response services following the identification of a security breach. FireEye went public in 2013.

Zscaler is a global cloud-based information security company that provides Internet security, web security, firewalls, sandboxing, SSL inspection, antivirus, vulnerability management and granular control of user activity in cloud computing, mobile and Internet of things environments. As of 2015, Zscaler provides automated threat forensics and dynamic malware protection against advanced cyber threats, such as advanced persistent threats and spear phishing. It provides a cloud-based approach to security as a service. Zscaler was listed on the NASDAQ on 16 March 2018.

AhnLab, Inc., founded in 1995, is a security software provider in South Korea. AhnLab sells computer software such as antivirus software, online security, network security appliances such as Advanced Threat (Malware) Detection & Remediation, including APTtype of cyber attack, firewalls, IPS, UTM, and security software for online games and the mobile web.

Palo Alto Networks, Inc. is an American multinational cybersecurity company with headquarters in Santa Clara, California. Its core products are a platform that includes advanced firewalls and cloud-based offerings that extend those firewalls to cover other aspects of security. The company serves over 60,000 organizations in over 150 countries, including 85 of the Fortune100.

Symantec Corporation is an American software company headquartered in Mountain View, California, United States. The company provides cybersecurity software and services. Symantec is a Fortune 500 company and a member of the S&P 500 stock-market index. The company also has development centers in Pune, Chennai and Bengaluru (India).

Fortinet is an American multinational corporation headquartered in Sunnyvale, California. It develops and markets cybersecuritysoftware and appliances and services, such as firewalls, anti-virus, intrusion prevention and endpoint security.

Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd. is a Chinese multinational telecommunications equipment and consumer electronics manufacturer, headquartered in Shenzhen, Guangdong, China. Huawei has since expanded its business to include building telecommunications networks, providing operational and consulting services and equipment to enterprises inside and outside of China, and manufacturing communications devices for the consumer market

Proofpoint is an enterprise security company based in Sunnyvale, California that provides software as a service and products for inbound email security, outbound data loss prevention, social media, mobile devices, digital risk, email encryption, electronic discovery("eDiscovery”), and email archiving. It claims over half of the Fortune 100 as users of its solutions.

Trend Micro Inc. is a multinational cyber securityand defense company with global headquarters in Tokyo, Japan, with regional headquarters and R&D centers in Asia, Europe, and North America. The company develops enterprise security software for servers, containers, & cloud computing environments, networks, and end points.

Strategic Conclusion

The market size of the APAC network-based advanced malware analysis market is estimated to be USD 586.9 Million in 2018 and is expected to record CAGR growth rate of 27% and is expected to reach a market size of USD 3.3 Billion in 2025.

The major challenges pricking the growth of the APAC network-based advanced malware analysis market includes Dearth of cybersecurity expertise and Lack of interoperability

The growth of the market is restrained by factors such as Limited security budget among SMEs, Use of pirated and open source cybersecurity solutions

The growth of the APAC network-based advanced malware analysis market is augmented by driving factors such as The increasing sophistication of advanced malware attacks, The increasing need for proactive defense solutions, Strong Requirements for critical infrastructure protection.

Further Reading

Appendix

  • AEDR - Advanced Endpoint Detection and Response
  • NAMA - Network-based Advanced Malware Analysis
  • CAGR - Compounded Annual Growth Rate
  • USD - US Dollar
  • SOAR - Security Orchestration, Automation and Response
  • SIRP - Security Incident Response Platforms
  • TIP - Threat Intelligence Platforms
  • APAC - Asia Pacific Countries
  • SME - Small and Medium Enterprises
  • EDR - Endpoint Detection and Response
  • EPP - Endpoint Protection Platforms
  • AI - Artificial Intelligence
  • SIP - Session Initiation Protocol


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