Organizations are investing a significant amount of time and resources building, implementing, improving, and measuring security controls. This investment is expected to continue to increase sharply over the next few years. Gartner estimated a that the spend on information security globally rose well above $80 billion by the end of 2016, Until the end of 2020, the highest growth is expected to come from security testing, IT outsourcing and data loss prevention (DLP). But many professionals feel that the technology sprawl is hampering their efficiency more than it is helping them. The problem isn’t lack of tools, it’s that the industry is over-investing in a diversity of complex and unwieldy solutions. A typical med-large organization invests in at least 35 different security technologies and hundreds of devices which are potentially effective, but are trapped in silos that limit their capabilities.
In this paper, we focus on key drivers for this market, what are breach and attack simulation technologies, security testing techniques, tools and service offering from emerging vendors, and market overview.
Source: Cyber DB