Threat Intelligence Security Market worth $5,860.5 Million by 2020

[139 Pages Report] Threat Intelligence Security Market categorizes the global market by solution as SIEM, log management, IAM, SVM, risk management, incident forensics, by service, by deployment, by organization size, by vertical & by Geography

The report “Threat Intelligence Security Market by Solution (SIEM, Log Management, IAM, SVM, Risk Management, Incident Forensics), Service (Managed, Professional), Deployment, Organization Size, Vertical, Region - Global Forecast to 2020”, segments the global market on the basis of solutions, services, deployment types, organization size, verticals, and regions along with providing an in-depth analysis and the market size estimations. The report further segments Threat Intelligence Services into managed services – sub-segmented by advanced threat monitoring and security intelligence feeds; and professional services – sub-segmented by consulting and training & support.

The threat intelligence security market size is expected to grow from $3,002.7 Million in 2015 to $5,860.5 Million by 2020, at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 14.3% from 2015 to 2020.

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Threat intelligence is a cyber discipline that seeks an understanding of sophisticated cyber threats, their detection, analysis, and predictive remediation. Threat intelligence solutions provide effective and reliable threat detection to alleviate cyber threats based on security events and security intelligence feeds, to manage business risks, reduce potential damage, and improve the organization’s entire security infrastructure. The primary purpose of the threat intelligence system is to help the organization understand and provide predictive remedies for advanced, persistent threats and exploits, zero-day threats, and other sophisticated attacks on the enterprise’s network security infrastructure.




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