The US federal cyber security market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 8.3% during the period 2016-2020.
The adoption of cloud-based services by the US federal government and emergence of IoT have further increased the vulnerability of these IT systems. So, with the growing penetration of the internet in US federal government organizations, the adoption of cyber security solutions will grow.
The report covers the present scenario and the growth prospects of US federal cyber security market. To calculate the market size, the report considers the revenues generated from the sales of cyber security solutions that include the following:
As user credentials that are used to access systems and applications are susceptible to security risks and concerns, the SSO option is being used by organizations to increase security of corporations and reduce organizational costs of managing access control. The technology addresses issues of user convenience as the end-user needs to enter credentials at just one point for authentication to ensure seamless and secure access to multiple applications.
According to the report, the US federal government is adopting cloud-based services for purposes such as authentication processes, video management systems, and storing biometrics information. These organizations store their confidential data on the cloud. Thus, it is important to secure data from unauthorized access. As cloud-based services prevent the US federal government from owning security infrastructure, its adoption is increasing among them.
Further, the report states that the number of cyber attacks in the US federal government has been on the rise in terms of both frequency and intensity. Security attacks using viruses and spyware are evolving into more complex attacks and have become difficult to detect and control.
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PART 01: Executive summary PART 02: Scope of the report PART 03: Market research methodology PART 04: Introduction PART 05: Market landscape PART 06: Life cycle analysis PART 07: Market opportunities and developments PART 08: Market segmentation by products PART 09: Buying criteria PART 10: Market drivers PART 11: Impact of drivers PART 12: Market challenges PART 13: Impact of drivers and challenges PART 14: Market trends PART 15: Five forces model PART 16: Vendor landscape