This IDC study details the solid growth seen in the CEE security solutions market in 2018, which was driven by the continued expansion of security services — particularly cloud solutions, managed services, and security consulting — as CEE organizations looked to third-party expertise to plug gaps and outsource tasks for which they lacked headcount and expertise. The study examines the rationalization of security infrastructure (hardware and software) to enhance protection through consolidation and integration and the adoption of more advanced threat detection capabilities, security analytics, and intelligence, as well as looking at targeted investments in email and network security.
"Security teams are constantly pushed to become more 'business friendly,' support digital transformation initiatives, and enable desired business outcomes. At the same time, they must work with limited resources, with increasing infrastructure complexity, and against highly motivated and sophisticated threat actors, all while remaining abreast of policies and regulatory requirements. It is little wonder they are dependent on external expertise to support them in their mission, and this will drive the CEE security market for the next five years." — Research Manager Mark Child, European Security
Encryption toolkits, Endpoint security, Firewall and VPN security appliance products, IT education and training, IT maintenance and support, Information protection and control, Intrusion detection and prevention, Messaging security, Messaging security appliances, Network security, Secure content and threat management, Security management, Systems integration services, Unified threat management, Virtual private network products, Web and messaging WAM security appliances, Web security, Web security appliances
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