Aug 2018 - Market Analysis Perspective - Doc # AP42154817
Market Analysis Perspective: Australia Security Services, 2018
The continual adoption of mobility and cloud is creating an IT operation environment that is much more diverse, more complex, less predictable, and changes at a much faster pace. Combined with more reliance on IT to drive business innovation and more stringent regulatory requirements, building an integrated operations environment and securing it post a challenge to every Australian organisation.
Australian cybersecurity spending is forecast to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 17.6%, mainly driven by growth in security-related services. This IDC Market Analysis Perspective (MAP) examines the current state of the Australian security services market and identifies future trends that are shaping the landscape.
"The market continues to progress as security is gaining more awareness from the decision makers. Customers are increasingly taking a proactive and holistic approach to security. To remain competitive, security services offerings need to be well-orchestrated across the full security cycle and showcase forward thinking in helping customers mitigate and respond to future threats," according to John Feng, senior market analyst, IDC Asia/Pacific.
Deloitte LLP, Orange S.A., Verizon Communications, Inc., Wipro Limited, SecureWorks Inc., Tata Consultancy Services Limited, Quann Asia Pacific Pte Ltd, Accenture plc, Telstra Corporation Limited, Symantec Corporation, DXC Technology Co., Ernst & Young Global Limited, HCL, Trustwave Holdings Inc., IBM, NTT, Tata Communications Limited, Fujitsu Limited, BT Group plc
Cognitive/artificial intelligence, Endpoint security, Governance, risk and compliance infrastructure, Hosting infrastructure services, IT consulting services, IT education and training, IT maintenance and support, Identity and access management, Intrusion detection and prevention, Messaging security, Network security, Security management, Systems integration services, Web security