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Global Cyber Security Market 2013-2023

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The proliferation of cyber attacks over the past decade has meant that many companies and government organisations are now fully aware of the dangers exposed to them through under-protected networks or from individual negligence. The growth of the internet has meant that cyber attacks represent a borderless challenge to security operators, who must now find solutions that are successful within the entire cyber domain rather than a specific tangible location. As a consequence, Visiongain has determined that the value of the global cyber security market in 2013 will reach $68.34bn.

What makes this report unique?

Visiongain consulted widely with industry experts and full transcripts from these exclusive interviews with Lockheed Martin, IBM, QinetiQ, Tempest Security Intelligence, Lacoon Mobile Security and ICS8 are included in the report. As such, our reports have a unique blend of primary and secondary sources providing informed analysis. This methodology allows insight into the key drivers and restraints behind market dynamics and competitive developments, as well as identifying the technological issues. The report therefore presents an ideal balance of qualitative analysis combined with extensive quantitative data including global, submarket and regional markets forecasts from 2013-2023 - all identifying strategic business opportunities.

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• Stay ahead with this comprehensive analysis of the Global Cyber Security market prospects- The report comprises 348 pages• Get ahead by studying highly quantitative content that delivers solid conclusions benefiting your research and analysis- 222 tables, charts, and graphs quantifying and forecasting the cyber security market• Read exclusive expert opinion interviews from 6 industry specialists informing the analysis- IBM Corporation - The world's largest business and technology services provider.- Lockheed Martin Corporation - The world's largest defence contractor and leading cyber security provider.- QinetiQ plc - One of the leading defence and security companies in cyber security.- Tempest Security Intelligence - A leading Brazilian cyber security operations provider.- Lacoon Mobile Security - A leading Israeli company providing security solutions for mobile computing.- ISC8 Inc. - A leading US cyber security solutions proivder• View global market forecasts from 2013-2023 to keep your knowledge one step ahead of the competition- The report provides an analytical overview with detailed sales projections and analysis of the global cyber security market, the competitors, and the commercial drivers and restraints. It also provides an examination of national cyber security strategies, commercial opportunities, and future disruptive technologies.• Keep up to date with developments within each of the cyber security market sectors with individual market forecasts from 2013-2023- Military- Government- Critical Infrastructure- Private Sector• Keep informed about the potential for each of the cyber security submarkets with separate forecasts from 2013-2023- Network Security- Security Operations- Data Security- Identity & Access- Endpoint Security- Application Security- Cloud Security• Learn about the opportunities in 13 leading countries with individual national market forecasts between 2013-2023- United States- China- Japan- United Kingdom- Germany- France- Russia- Italy- India- Canada- Australia- South Korea- Israel• Find out about the market dynamics & opportunities in 13 leading countries- Detailed national tables of significant cyber security contracts, projects & programmes• Understand the competitive landscape with profiles of 17 leading cyber security companies examining their positioning, products, services, focus, strategies and outlook.- BAE Systems- Boeing Defense, Space and Security- Booz Allen Hamilton, Inc.- Computer Science Corporation (CSC)- EADS Group- General Dynamics Corporation- Harris Corporation- Hewlett Packard (HP) Company- IBM Corporation- Intel Corporation- L-3 Communications- Lockheed Martin Corporation- Northrop Grumman Corporation- Raytheon Company- SAIC, Inc.- Symantec Corporation- Thales Group• Discover the qualitative analysis informing the market forecasts- STEP analysis of social, technological, economic and political matters, revealing what drives and restrains the global cyber security industry and the prospects for established companies and new market entrants.

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Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary 1.1 Cyber Security Market Overview1.2 Benefits of This Report 1.3 Who is This Report For?1.4 Methodology1.5 Global Cyber Security Market Forecast 2013-20231.6 Leading National Cyber Security Market Forecasts 2013-20231.7 Cyber Security Market Sector Forecasts 2013-20231.8 Cyber Security Submarket Forecasts 2013-2023

2. Introduction to the Cyber Security Market 2013-2023

2.1 Defining The Cyber Security Market

2.2 The Cyber Security Market Structure Overview

2.3 Cyber Security Attacks, Weapons & Defences

2.3.1 Mechanisms of Cyber Attack

2.3.2 Cyber Weaponry

2.3.3 Methods of Cyber Defence

2.4 List of Major Cyber Attacks

2.4.1 Estonia

2.4.2 Operation Orchard

2.4.3 Georgia

2.4.4 Conficker

2.4.5 Pentagon

2.4.6 Aurora

2.4.7 Chinese Diversion of Internet Traffic

2.4.8 Stuxnet

2.4.9 Duqu

2.4.10 RSA

2.4.11 Sony

2.4.12 Operation Shady RAT

2.4.13 Mitsubishi Heavy Industries

2.4.14 Flame / Operation: Olympic Games

3. Global Cyber Security Market Forecast 2013-2023 3.1 The Global Cyber Security Market Forecast 2013-20233.2 The Global Cyber Security Market Analysis 2013-20233.3 Global Cyber Security Drivers & Restraints3.4 The Global Cyber Security Market Forecast 2013-20233.5 The Global Cyber Security Market Growth Rates3.6 Fastest Growing Leading National Cyber Security Markets 3.6.1 Fastest Growing Leading National Cyber Security Markets 2013-20233.6.2 Fastest Growing Leading National Cyber Security Markets 2013-20183.6.3 Fastest Growing Leading National Cyber Security Markets 2018-20233.7 Fastest Growing Cyber Security Market Sectors 3.7.1 Fastest Growing Cyber Security Market Sectors 2013-20233.7.2 Fastest Growing Cyber Security Market Sectors 2013-20183.7.3 Fastest Growing Cyber Security Market Sectors 2018-20233.8 Fastest Growing Cyber Security Submarkets 3.8.1 Fastest Growing Cyber Security Submarkets 2013-20233.8.2 Fastest Growing Cyber Security Submarkets 2013-20183.8.3 Fastest Growing Cyber Security Submarkets 2018-20233.9 Leading National Cyber Security Markets Share Forecast 2013-20233.10 Cyber Security Market Sectors Share Forecast 2013-20233.11 Cyber Security Submarket Share Forecasts 2013-20233.12 Cumulative Value of the Cyber Security Market 2013-20233.12.1 Cumulative Value of the Leading National Cyber Security Markets 2013-20233.12.2 Cyber Security Market Sectors Cumulative Value 2013-20233.12.3 Cumulative Value of the Cyber Security Submarkets 2013-2023

4. Leading National Cyber Security Markets 2013-2023

4.1 Leading National Cyber Security Markets Share Forecast 2013-2023

4.2 US Cyber Security Market 2013-2023

4.2.1 US Cyber Security Market Forecast

4.2.2 US Cyber Security Market Analysis

4.2.3 Why all US Cyber Security Market Sectors will Record Impressive Growth

4.2.4 Mobile & Tablet Technologies to Drive US Private Sector Growth

4.2.5 US Federal Government Cyber to Boost Growth

4.2.6 US DHS Budget Request

4.2.7 The US Cyber Security Act

4.2.8 Operation: Olympic Games(?)

4.2.9 US International Strategy for Cyberspace 2011

4.2.10 US Government and Military Cyber Organisations and Structure

4.2.11 CNCI

4.2.12 US CYBERCOM

4.2.13 ARCYBER

4.2.14 AFCYBER

4.2.15 FLTCYBERCOM

4.2.16 MARFORCYBER

4.2.17 NSA

4.2.18 Perfect Citizen

4.2.19 DISA

4.2.20 DHS

4.2.21 National Cyber Security Center

4.2.22 National Protection and Programs Directorate

4.2.23 Office of Cyber Security and Communications

4.2.24 Einstein II

4.2.25 Cyberstorm III

4.2.26 DARPA

4.2.27 CINDER

4.2.28 780th Military Intelligence Brigade

4.2.29 Major US Cyber Security Contracts & Programmes

4.3 Japanese Cyber Security Market 2013-2023

4.3.1 Japanese Cyber Security Market Forecast

4.3.2 Japanese Cyber Security Market Analysis

4.3.3 What Cyber Threats Currently Face Japan?

4.3.4 Why Current Japanese Efforts are Expected to Drive Growth

4.3.5 Japanese Defence Budget Cyber Allocation

4.3.6 Major Japanese Cyber Security Contracts & Programmes

4.4 Chinese Cyber Security Market 2013-2023

4.4.1 Chinese Cyber Security Market Forecast

4.4.2 Chinese Cyber Security Market Analysis

4.4.3 What China's Doctrinal Emphasis on Cyberspace Means for Spending

4.4.4 Has the Chinese Emphasis on Cyberspace been Overstated?

4.4.5 Shanghai Cooperation Organisation Cyber Security Strategy

4.4.6 National Computer Network Emergency Response Coordination Centre of China Report

4.4.7 UN Code of Conduct Proposed

4.4.8 Huawei / ZTE - Contract Bidding

4.5 UK Cyber Security Market 2013-2023

4.5.1 UK Cyber Security Market Forecast

4.5.2 UK Cyber Security Market Analysis

4.5.3 Is the UK a 'European' Cyber Security Market?

4.5.4 Where is the UK Spending on Cyber Security?

4.5.5 Is the UK Policy on Cyber Security Working?

4.5.6 Cyber Information Sharing Partnership

4.5.7 Major UK Cyber Security Contracts & Programmes

4.6 German Cyber Security Market 2013-2023

4.6.1 German Cyber Security Market Forecast

4.6.2 German Cyber Security Market Analysis

4.6.3 Why Cyber Security is Still a Major Threat to the German Economy

4.6.4 Cyber Security Strategy for Germany

4.6.5 National Cyber Response Centre

4.6.6 Cyber Security Strategy Criticism

4.6.7 Other German Organisations involved in Cyber Security

4.6.8 German International Cyber Security Focus

4.7 French Cyber Security Market 2013-2023

4.7.1 French Cyber Security Market Forecast

4.7.2 French Cyber Security Market Analysis

4.7.3 Why France Still Trails Europe in Cyber Security and How to Overcome the Threat

4.7.4 French Offensive Cyber Capabilities

4.7.5 CNIL

4.7.6 French Efforts to Block Chinese Telecommunications Products

4.7.7 French Bilateral Efforts: US/EU

4.8 Russian Cyber Security Market 2013-2023

4.8.1 Russian Cyber Security Market Forecast

4.8.2 Russian Cyber Security Market Analysis

4.8.3 Why Russian Cyber Security Strategy will see Growth Decline in the Long-Term

4.8.4 Is Russia's Reputation as Insecure in Cyber Space Driving Investment Away?

4.8.5 Russian Cyber Security Strategy

4.8.6 Russian Military Cyber Security Command

4.8.7 Russian Bilateral Agreements for Cyber Security

4.8.8 Major Russian Cyber Security Contracts & Programmes

4.9 Italian Cyber Security Market 2013-2023

4.9.1 Italian Cyber Security Market Forecast

4.9.2 Italian Cyber Security Market Analysis

4.9.3 Why the Italian Cyber Threat Landscape is Still Disruptive, not Destructive

4.9.4 Can Italian Economic Prospects Improve to Generate Cyber Security Spending Growth?

4.10 Indian Cyber Security Market 2013-2023

4.10.1 Indian Cyber Security Market Forecast

4.10.2 Indian Cyber Security Market Analysis

4.10.3 Why India's Threat Landscape is Evolving in Scale

4.10.4 How the Indian Power Outage has Concentrated Cyber Awareness

4.10.5 Why India's Strong IT Sector Cannot Afford Cyber Insecurity

4.10.6 Indian Bilateral Agreements

4.10.7 Indian Offensive Cyber Capabilities

4.10.8 Indian Cyber Security Strategy

4.10.9 Indian Military Cyber Leadership

4.10.10 Indian Cyber Security Personnel Expansion

4.10.11 Indian Government Website Measures

4.11 Canadian Cyber Security Market 2013-2023

4.11.1 Canadian Cyber Security Market Forecast

4.11.2 Canadian Cyber Security Market Analysis

4.11.3 A 'Nine-to-Five' Canadian Cyber Security Policy Cannot Succeed

4.11.4 Can the Canadian Government Improve its Working Relationship with the Canadian Private Sector?

4.11.5 Canada's Cyber Security Strategy

4.11.6 Canada Bans Huawei from Government Contract

4.11.7 Canadian Cy/US Partnership

4.11.8 Canadian Cyber Incident Response Centre (CCIRC)

4.12 Australian Cyber Security Market 2013-2023

4.12.1 Australian Cyber Security Market Forecast

4.12.2 Australian Cyber Security Market Analysis

4.12.3 Have Australian Cyber Security Efforts Stalled?

4.12.4 Australian/US/NATO Bilateral Agreement

4.12.5 Australian Cyber Security Strategy

4.12.6 Huawei Ban

4.12.7 Cyber Security Operations Centre (CSOC)

4.12.8 Major Australian Cyber Security Contracts & Programmes

4.13 South Korean Cyber Security Market 2013-2023

4.13.1 South Korean Cyber Security Market Forecast

4.13.2 South Korean Cyber Security Market Analysis

4.13.3 South Korea: A Uniquely Threatened Cyber Landscape?

4.13.4 Is a South Korean Civic Mentality Actually Increasing Tensions in Cyber Space?

4.13.5 South Korean Government to Place Increased Emphasis on Cyber Security

4.13.6 Can the South Korean Private Sector Take the Lead on Cyber Security?

4.13.7 NCSC

4.13.8 Possible Bilateral Agreement with Japan/US

4.14 Israeli Cyber Security Market 2013-2023

4.14.1 Israeli Cyber Security Market Forecast

4.14.2 Israeli Cyber Security Market Analysis

4.14.3 Why Israel's Security Situation Continues to Drive Growth

4.14.4 Are Israeli Government Efforts Weakening Cyber Security?

4.14.5 How Israel is Coordinating its Response to the Threat

4.14.6 National Cyber Directorate (NCD)

4.14.7 Police Cyber Crime Unit

4.14.8 India/Israel partnership

4.14.9 Major Israeli Cyber Security Contracts & Programmes

4.15 ROW Cyber Security Market 2013-2023

4.15.1 ROW Cyber Security Market Forecast

4.15.2 ROW Cyber Security Market Analysis

4.15.3 South America

4.15.4 South-East Asia

4.15.5 Europe

4.15.6 Africa

5. Cyber Security Marker Sectors 2013-2023 5.1 Cyber Security Marker Sector Forecasts 2013-20235.2 The Cyber Security Military Market Sector 2013-20235.2.1 The Cyber Security Military Market Sector Forecast5.2.2 Cyber Security Market Military Sector Analysis5.2.3 Why the Growth of Offensive Cyber Capabilities will see Military Cyber Security Spending More than Double by 20235.2.4 Network-Centric Systems to Enhance Operational Capability; To also Generate Additional Vulnerabilities5.2.5 How will the Cyber Security Military Market Sector Respond to Defence Budget Cuts?5.3 The Cyber Security Government Market Sector 2013-2023 5.3.1 The Cyber Security Government Market Sector Forecast5.3.2 Cyber Security Government Market Sector Analysis5.3.3 Increased Government Reliance on Information Sharing to Increase Spending5.3.4 Is Government Cyber Security Spending Limited by Previous Outlays?5.4 The Cyber Security Critical Infrastructure Market Sector 2013-20235.4.1 The Cyber Security Critical Infrastructure Market Sector Forecast5.4.2 Cyber Security Critical Infrastructure Market Sector Analysis5.4.3 Why the Fragmentation of the Critical Infrastructure Sector will Boost Cyber Security Spending Growth Higher than Any Market Sector5.4.4 Why Public-Private Partnerships Represent Major Opportunities5.5 The Cyber Security Private Sector Market Sector 2013-2023 5.5.1 The Cyber Security Private Sector Market Sector Forecast5.5.2 Cyber Security Private Sector Market Sector Analysis5.5.3 Cyber Crime Threat to Boost Investment in Private Sector Spending to $72bn by 20235.5.4 Has the Private Sector Underestimated the Threat to IP Theft?5.5.5 Where are the Future Opportunities for Private Sector Companies in the Cyber Security Market?5.5.6 Is Media Attention to Cyber Threats Missing the Point?

6. Cyber Security Submarkets 2013-2023

6.1 Cyber Security Submarket Forecasts 2013-2023

6.2 The Cyber Security Network Security (NetSec) Submarket 2013-2023

6.2.1 The Cyber Security Network Security (NetSec) Submarket Forecast

6.2.2 Network Security to Remain the Largest Cyber Security Submarket in 2023

6.3 The Cyber Security Operations (SecOps) Submarket 2013-2023

6.3.1 The Cyber Security Operations (SecOps) Submarket Forecast

6.3.2 Security Operations to Record Compound Growth of 6.9% as a Result of Demand for Proactive Cyber Threat Defences

6.4 The Cyber Security Data Security (DataSec) Submarket 2013-2023

6.4.1 The Cyber Security Data Security (DataSec) Submarket Forecast

6.4.2 Why the Wikileaks Phenomenon Presents Major New Challenges to Data Security Efforts

6.5 The Cyber Security Identity & Access (ID&Acc) Submarket 2013-2023

6.5.1 The Cyber Security Identity & Access (ID&Acc) Submarket Forecast

6.5.2 Why Biometric Technologies are Not the Answer to Identity & Access Management in Cyber Security, Yet

6.6 The Cyber Security Endpoint Security (EndSec) Submarket 2013-2023

6.6.1 The Cyber Security Endpoint Security (EndSec) Submarket Forecast

6.6.2 'Bring Your Own Device' to Drive Growth in the Endpoint Security Submarket at Rates Above 10%

6.7 The Cyber Security Application Security (AppSec) Submarket 2013-2023

6.7.1 The Cyber Security Application Security (AppSec) Submarket Forecast

6.7.2 Find Out Why Growth in the Application Security Submarket is Inherently Unstable

6.8 The Cyber Security Cloud Security (CloudSec) Submarket 2013-2023

6.8.1 The Cyber Security Cloud Security (CloudSec) Submarket Forecast

6.8.2 Not a Cloud in the Sky? Spending on Cloud Security Submarket to Quadruple over the Forecast Period

7. STEP Analysis of the Cyber Security Market 2013-2023 7.1 Social 7.1.1 Cyber Awareness & Education7.1.2 'Hacktivism' 7.1.3 Privacy Fears 7.1.4 Low-risk Criminal Option 7.2 Technological7.2.1 Rapid Developments in Sector7.2.2 Proliferation of Cyber Weapons7.2.3 Smartphones, Tablets, and New Devices7.2.4 Threats to Modern Weaponry7.3 Economic 7.3.1 Market Consolidation Through M&A Activity7.3.2 Growth of the Digital Economy7.3.3 Increased Internet Accessibility7.3.4 Hardware Procurement Concerns7.4 Political7.4.1 Strong Government Commitments7.4.2 International Efforts to Regulate Cyberspace7.4.3 Increasingly Holistic National Policies7.4.4 Cyber Warfare

8. Expert Opinion

8.1 IBM Corporation: Martin Borrett

8.1.1 The IBM Institute for Advanced Security

8.1.2 IBM Advanced Security Global Operations

8.1.3 Mobile, Big Data, and the Cloud: Where does the threat lie?

8.1.4 What are the Emerging trends in the Cyber Security Market?

8.1.5 Does IBM Consider that we are Becoming More Vulnerable?

8.1.6 Proactive Security Intelligence: The End of Passive Cyber Security?

8.1.7 How Analytics will Work to Filter Out the 'Noise' from the 'Truth'

8.1.8 IBM's Q1 Labs Acquisition & The Current Status of Analytics

8.1.9 IBM's Opposition to the US Cyber Security Bill - Where now?

8.1.10 Why Small Businesses are Still Unprepared for the Cyber Threat

8.1.11 How Small Businesses can Leverage Established Security Providers

8.1.12 The Growing Threat to Intellectual Property & Cyber Security

8.1.13 Why a Global Forum is Needed to Address Cyber Security Concerns

8.1.14 How Information Sharing Restrictions Affect Cyber Security

8.1.15 IBM v Competitors - Strengths & Specialisms

8.1.15 Why IBM Continues to Emphasise Integration in Business

8.1.16 Looking to the Future: What Role will Biometrics, Quantum Computing and Intuitive Computers Have on Cyber Security?

8.2 QinetiQ: Anthony Dyhouse

8.2.1 Tony Dyhouse: From Engineering to Cyber Intelligence

8.2.2 How the Cyber Threat Landscape has Evolved

8.2.3 Why Holistic Efforts will be Necessary for Future UK Cyber Security

8.2.4 QinetiQ: "Cyber Insight" and the Human Factor

8.2.5 QinetiQ Cyveillance: How to Monitor the Global Internet

8.2.6 Is Awareness of the Threat Still Not Enough for Small Business?

8.2.7 Is the Cyber Threat Overstated?

8.2.8 How Technology is being Compromised by the Human Factor

8.2.9 The Evolution of the Future Cyber Threat Landscape - 'We Ain't Seen Nothing Yet'

8.2.10 What Anonymity Means for the Future of Cyber Security

8.2.11 How Information Sharing is Continuing to Degrade Effectiveness

8.2.12 Reverse-Engineering Malware: An Evolved Threat?

8.2.13 Assessing the Potential of what the Future may Bring

8.3 Tempest Security Intelligence: Christiano Mattos

8.3.1 Why the Brazilian Cyber Security Market has Taken 'Two Steps Forward, Three Steps Back'

8.3.2 What Scope does the Brazilian Market have for Private Sector Security Providers?

8.3.3 Does the Brazilian Cyber Security Market Suffer from a lack of Role Definition?

8.3.4 Tempest Security and the UK - Regional Factors & Cyber Security

8.3.5 Cyber Security in a Services Economy & a Commodities Economy

8.3.6 Brazilian Malware - Multifaceted & Evolving

8.3.7 Why the Febraban Coordinates a Private Sector Response

8.3.8 Core Cyber Security Technologies and Adapting to New Markets

8.3.9 Is the European Cyber Security Market Private or Government-led?

8.3.10 The Importance of Long-Term Relationships

8.3.11 How Tempest Overcomes the Cyber Skills Challenge

8.3.12 How Core Cyber Security Business Interacts with New Opportunities

8.3.13 Canadian Cyber Security: A Nine-to-Five Service?

8.3.14 Why Canada's Cyber Centre is Unsustainable

8.3.15 Hacktivism - Embarrassment or Serious Threat?

8.3.16 Hacktivists - Politics or Boredom?

8.3.17 The RUSI Cyber Security Conference - The Importance of Friends

8.3.18 The Brazilian National Defence Strategy & Cyber Security

8.3.19 Why are Security Companies Choosing Brazil?

8.3.20 Is Brazil Suffering from the Global Cyber Skills Shortage?

8.3.21 Cyber Security Skills and M&A Activity - The Causal Link?

8.3.22 'Big Data' - How to Hack Director Petraeus

8.3.23 The US Federal Government Versus the Lone Hacker - A Fearful Asymmetry?

8.3.24 Cyber Weapons Proliferation - The Expanding Attack Space

8.4 Lockheed Martin Corporation

8.4.1 The Techniques Behind Lockheed Martin's Success

8.4.2 Advanced Persistent Threats Versus Lockheed's 'Kill Chain'

8.4.3 Lockheed Martin M&A Policy - Splendid Isolation?

8.4.4 How Lockheed's Cyber Security Alliance 'Closes the Seams'

8.4.5 Lockheed Martin's Take on the Cyber Security Bill

8.4.6 Are Defence Subcontractors the Vulnerable Link?

8.4.7 Lockheed and the CRSA - 'Game-Changing Cyber Security Solutions?'

8.5 Lacoon Security: Michael Shaulov

8.5.1 What does Lacoon Offer in Response to the Mobile Cyber Threat?

8.5.2 Mobile Devices and BYOD: The Weak Link in the Cyber Security Chain?

8.5.3 What Type of Risks Exist and What Can They Affect?

8.5.4 How will Mobile Malware Evolve in the Future?

8.5.5 Where Should Organisations Invest to Enhance Cyber Security?

8.5.6 What Challenges Currently Exist for Mobile Security Vendors?

8.5.7 How has the Cyber Security Market Evolved?

8.5.8 'Flame' - The Next Step in Sophistication

8.5.9 Do Media Headlines Represent the True Nature of the Cyber Threat?

8.5.10 Automated Detection: How to Counter Spy Phone Software

8.5.11 Will Israel's Opponents Move to Cyberspace as an Attack Vector?

8.6 ISC8 Inc.

8.6.1 What sets ISC8 Apart from other Security Providers?

8.6.2 What Trends do you see in the Cyber Security Market?

8.6.3 How Does ISC8's Acquisitions of 'Big Data' Analytics Companies Help it to Compete?

8.6.4 How Significant is 'Big Data' in Cyber Security?

8.6.5 What Challenges are you Facing in the Cyber Security Market?

8.6.6 How Does ISC8 Face the Challenges of the Human Element in Cyber Security?

9. Leading Companies in the Cyber Security Market 9.1 BAE Systems9.1.1 BAE Systems Analysis9.1.2 BAE Systems Competitors9.1.3 BAE Systems Regional Emphasis / Focus9.1.4 BAE Systems M&A Activity9.1.5 BAE Systems Future Outlook9.2 Boeing Defense, Space and Security9.2.1 Boeing Defense, Space and Security Analysis9.2.2 Boeing Defense, Space and Security M&A Activity9.3 Booz Allen Hamilton, Inc.9.3.1 Booz Allen Analysis9.3.2 Booz Allen M&A Activity9.4 Computer Science Corporation (CSC)9.4.1 CSC Analysis9.5 EADS Group9.5.1 EADS Analysis9.5.2 EADS M&A Activity9.6 General Dynamics Corporation9.6.1 General Dynamics Analysis9.7 Harris Corporation9.7.1 Harris Corporation Analysis9.8 Hewlett Packard (HP) Company9.8.1 HP Analysis9.8.2 HP Competitors9.8.3 HP Regional Emphasis / Focus9.8.4 HP M&A Activity9.8.5 HP Future Outlook9.9 International Business Machines (IBM) Corporation9.9.1 IBM Analysis9.9.2 IBM Competitors9.9.3 IBM Regional Emphasis / Focus9.9.4 IBM M&A Activity9.9.5 IBM Future Outlook9.10 Intel Corporation (incl. McAfee, Inc.)9.10.1 Intel Analysis9.10.2 Intel Competitors9.10.3 Intel Regional Emphasis / Focus9.10.4 Intel M&A Activity9.10.5 Intel Future Outlook9.11 L-3 Communications9.11.1 L-3 Communications Analysis9.11.2 L-3 Communications M&A Activity9.12 Lockheed Martin Corporation9.12.1 Lockheed Martin Analysis9.12.2 Lockheed Martin Competitors9.12.3 Lockheed Martin Regional Emphasis / Focus9.12.4 Lockheed Martin M&A Activity9.12.5 Lockheed Martin Future Outlook9.13 Northrop Grumman Corporation9.13.1 Northrop Grumman Analysis9.13.2 Northrop Grumman M&A Activity9.14 Raytheon Company9.14.1 Raytheon Analysis9.14.2 Raytheon M&A Activity9.15 SAIC, Inc.9.15.1 SAIC Analysis9.15.2 SAIC Competitors9.15.3 SAIC Regional Emphasis / Focus9.15.4 SAIC M&A Activity9.15.5 SAIC Future Outlook9.16 Symantec Corporation9.16.1 Symantec Analysis9.16.2 Symantec Competitors9.16.3 Symantec Regional Emphasis / Focus9.16.4 Symantec M&A Activity9.16.5 Symantec Future Outlook9.17 Thales Group9.17.1 Thales Analysis9.17.2 Thales Competitors9.17.3 Thales Regional Emphasis / Focus9.17.4 Thales Future Outlook9.18 Other Relevant Companies in the Cyber Security Market

10. Conclusions

10.1 The Cyber Security Market Outlook 2013-2023

10.2 Cyber Security Market Drivers & Restraints

10.3 Global Cyber Security Market Forecast 2013-2023

10.4 Leading National Cyber Security Market Forecasts 2013-2023

10.5 Cyber Security Market Sector Forecasts 2013-2023

10.6 Cyber Security Submarket Forecasts 2013-2023

10.7 Fastest Growing and Largest Cyber Security Markets 2013-2023

11. Glossary

List of Tables

Table 1.1 Global Cyber Security Market Forecast Summary 2013, 2018, 2023 ($bn, CAGR %)

Table 1.2 Leading National Cyber Security Market Forecasts Summary 2013, 2018, 2023 ($bn, CAGR %)

Table 1.3 Cyber Security Market Sector Forecasts Summary 2013, 2018, 2023 ($bn, CAGR %)

Table 1.4 Cyber Security Submarket Forecasts Summary 2013, 2018, 2023 ($bn, CAGR %)

Table 2.1 Types of Cyber Attack

Table 2.2 Types of Cyber Weapons

Table 2.3 Types of Cyber Defences

Table 3.1 Global Cyber Security Market Drivers & Restraints

Table 3.2 Global Cyber Security Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($bn, AGR %, CAGR %, Cumulative)

Table 3.3 Global Cyber Security Market; Leading National Markets, Market Sectors & Submarkets Forecast CAGR (%) 2013-2023, 2013-2018, 2018-2023

Table 3.4 Fastest Growing Leading National Cyber Security Markets Forecast CAGR (%) 2013-2023

Table 3.5 Fastest Growing Leading National Cyber Security Markets Forecast CAGR (%) 2013-2018

Table 3.6 Fastest Growing Leading National Cyber Security Markets Forecast CAGR (%) 2013-2023

Table 3.7 Fastest Growing Cyber Security Markets Sectors Forecast CAGR (%) 2013-2023

Table 3.8 Fastest Growing Cyber Security Market Sectors Forecast CAGR (%) 2013-2018

Table 3.9 Fastest Growing Cyber Security Markets Sectors Forecast CAGR (%) 2018-2023

Table 3.10 Fastest Growing Cyber Security Submarkets Forecast CAGR (%) 2013-2023

Table 3.11 Fastest Growing Cyber Security Submarkets Forecast CAGR (%) 2013-2018

Table 3.12 Fastest Growing Cyber Security Submarkets Forecast CAGR (%) 2018-2023

Table 3.13 Leading National Cyber Security Markets Share Forecast 2013, 2018 & 2023 (% Share, % Change)

Table 3.14 Cyber Security Market Sectors Share Forecast 2013, 2018 & 2023 (% Share, % Change)

Table 3.15 Cyber Security Submarket Share Forecasts 2013, 2018 & 2023 (% Share, % Change)

Table 3.16 Cyber Security Global Market; Leading National Markets, Market Sectors, and Submarkets Cumulative Sales Forecast 2013-2023 ($bn, %)

Table 4.1 Leading National Cyber Security Markets Forecast 2013-2023 ($bn, AGR %)

Table 4.2 US Cyber Security Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($bn, AGR %, CAGR%, Cumulative)

Table 4.3 US Cyber Security Market Drivers & Restraints

Table 4.4 Major US Cyber Security Contracts & Programmes

Table 4.5 Japanese Cyber Security Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($bn, AGR %, CAGR%, Cumulative)

Table 4.6 Japanese Cyber Security Market Drivers & Restraints

Table 4.7 Major Japanese Cyber Security Contracts & Programmes

Table 4.8 Chinese Cyber Security Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($bn, AGR %, CAGR%, Cumulative)

Table 4.9 Chinese Cyber Security Market Drivers & Restraints

Table 4.10 UK Cyber Security Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($bn, AGR %, CAGR%, Cumulative)

Table 4.11 UK Cyber Security Market Drivers & Restraints

Table 4.12 Major UK Cyber Security Contracts & Programmes

Table 4.13 German Cyber Security Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($bn, AGR %, CAGR%, Cumulative)

Table 4.14 German Cyber Security Market Drivers & Restraints

Table 4.15 French Cyber Security Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($bn, AGR %, CAGR%, Cumulative)

Table 4.16 French Cyber Security Market Drivers & Restraints

Table 4.17 Russian Cyber Security Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($bn, AGR %, CAGR%, Cumulative)

Table 4.18 Russian Cyber Security Market Drivers & Restraints

Table 4.19 List of Russian and US Jointly Defined Cyber Terms

Table 4.20 Major Russian Cyber Security Contracts & Programmes

Table 4.21 Italian Cyber Security Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($bn, AGR %, CAGR%, Cumulative)

Table 4.22 Italian Cyber Security Market Drivers & Restraints

Table 4.23 Indian Cyber Security Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($bn, AGR %, CAGR%, Cumulative)

Table 4.24 Indian Cyber Security Market Drivers & Restraints

Table 4.25 Canadian Cyber Security Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($bn, AGR %, CAGR%, Cumulative)

Table 4.26 Canadian Cyber Security Market Drivers & Restraints

Table 4.27 Australian Cyber Security Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($bn, AGR %, CAGR%, Cumulative)

Table 4.28 Australian Cyber Security Market Drivers & Restraints

Table 4.29 Major Australian Cyber Security Contracts & Programmes

Table 4.30 South Korean Cyber Security Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($bn, AGR %, CAGR%, Cumulative)

Table 4.31 South Korean Cyber Security Market Drivers & Restraints

Table 4.32 Israeli Cyber Security Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($bn, AGR %, CAGR%, Cumulative)

Table 4.33 Israeli Cyber Security Market Drivers & Restraints

Table 4.34 Major Israeli Cyber Security Contracts & Programmes

Table 4.35 ROW Cyber Security Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($bn, AGR %, CAGR%, Cumulative)

Table 4.36 ROW Cyber Security Market Drivers & Restraints

Table 5.1 Cyber Security Market Sector Forecasts 2013-2023 ($bn, AGR %)

Table 5.2 Cyber Security Military Market Sector Forecast 2013-2023 ($bn, AGR %, CAGR %, Cumulative)

Table 5.3 Cyber Security Military Market Sector Drivers & Restraints

Table 5.4 Cyber Security Govt Market Sector Forecast 2013-2023 ($bn, AGR %, CAGR %, Cumulative)

Table 5.5 Cyber Security Govt Market Sector Drivers & Restraints

Table 5.6 Cyber Security Infrastructure Market Sector Forecast 2013-2023 ($bn, AGR %, CAGR %, Cumulative)

Table 5.7 Cyber Security Infrastructure Market Sector Drivers & Restraints

Table 5.8 List of Critical Infrastructures

Table 5.9 Cyber Security Private Market Sector Forecast 2013-2023 ($bn, AGR %, CAGR %, Cumulative)

Table 5.10 Cyber Security Private Market Sector Drivers & Restraints

Table 6.1 Cyber Security Submarket Forecasts 2013-2023 ($bn, AGR %)

Table 6.2 Cyber Security NetSec Submarket Forecast 2013-2023 ($bn, AGR %, CAGR %, Cumulative)

Table 6.3 Cyber Security NetSec Submarket Market Drivers & Restraints

Table 6.4 Cyber Security SecOps Submarket Forecast 2013-2023 ($bn, AGR %, CAGR %, Cumulative)

Table 6.5 Cyber Security SecOps Submarket Market Drivers & Restraints

Table 6.6 Cyber Security DataSec Submarket Forecast 2013-2023 ($bn, AGR %, CAGR %, Cumulative)

Table 6.7 Cyber Security DataSec Submarket Market Drivers & Restraints

Table 6.8 Cyber Security ID&Acc Submarket Forecast 2013-2023 ($bn, AGR %, CAGR %, Cumulative)

Table 6.9 Cyber Security ID&Acc Submarket Market Drivers & Restraints

Table 6.10 Cyber Security EndSec Submarket Forecast 2013-2023 ($bn, AGR %, CAGR %, Cumulative)

Table 6.11 Cyber Security EndSec Submarket Market Drivers & Restraints

Table 6.12 Cyber Security AppSec Submarket Forecast 2013-2023 ($bn, AGR %, CAGR %, Cumulative)

Table 6.13 Cyber Security AppSec Submarket Market Drivers & Restraints

Table 6.14 Cyber Security CloudSec Submarket Forecast 2013-2023 ($bn, AGR %, CAGR %, Cumulative)

Table 6.15 Cyber Security CloudSec Submarket Market Drivers & Restraints

Table 7.1 STEP Analysis of the Cyber Security Market 2013-2023

Table 9.1 Leading 8 Cyber Security Companies 2011 (Market Ranking, Total Revenue, Revenue in Sector, Market Share %)

Table 9.2 BAE Systems Overview 2011 (Total Revenue, Revenue from Market, % Revenue From Market, Global Market Share %, HQ, Ticker, Contact, Website)

Table 9.3 BAE Systems Contracts / Projects / Programmes 2012 (Date, Subcontractors, Country, Value, Expires, Details)

Table 9.4 BAE Systems Products / Services (Division, Product, Specification)

Table 9.5 Boeing DS Overview 2011 (Total Revenue, Revenue from Defence Market, % Revenue From Defence Market, HQ, Ticker, Contact, Website)

Table 9.6 Boeing DS Contracts / Projects / Programmes 2012 (Date, Subcontractors, Country, Value, Expires, Details)

Table 9.7 Boeing Products / Services (Division, Product, Specification)

Table 9.8 Booz Allen Hamilton Overview 2011 (Total Revenue, HQ, Ticker, Contact,

Website)

Table 9.9 Booz Allen Hamilton Contracts / Projects / Programmes 2012 (Date, Subcontractors, Country, Value, Expires, Details)

Table 9.10 Booz Allen Hamilton Products / Services (Division, Product, Specification)

Table 9.11 CSC Overview 2011 (Total Revenue, Revenue from Defence Market, % Revenue From Defence Market, HQ, Contact, Website)

Table 9.12 CSC Products / Services (Division, Product, Specification)

Table 9.13 EADS Group Overview 2011 (Total Revenue, HQ, Contact, Website)

Table 9.14 EADS Group Products / Services (Division, Product, Specification)

Table 9.15 General Dynamics Corporation Overview 2012 (Total Revenue, HQ, Contact, Website)

Table 9.16 General Dynamics Corporation Contracts / Projects / Programmes 2012 (Date, Subcontractors, Country, Value, Expires, Details)

Table 9.17 General Dynamics Corporation Products / Services (Division, Product, Specification)

Table 9.18 Harris Corporation Overview 2011 (Total Revenue, HQ, Ticker, Contact, Website)

Table 9.19 Harris Corporation Products / Services (Division, Product, Specification)

Table 9.20 HP Overview 2011 (Total Revenue, Revenue from Market, % Revenue From Market, Global Market Share %, HQ, Ticker, Contact, Website)

Table 9.21 HP Products / Services (Division, Product, Specification)

Table 9.22 IBM Overview 2011 (Total Revenue, Revenue from Market, % Revenue From Market, Global Market Share %, HQ, Ticker, Contact, Website)

Table 9.23 IBM Products / Services (Division, Product, Specification)

Table 9.24 Intel Overview 2011 (Total Revenue, Revenue from Market, % Revenue From Market, Global Market Share %, HQ, Ticker, Contact, Website)

Table 9.25 Intel Contracts / Projects / Programmes 2012 (Date, Subcontractors, Country, Value, Expires, Details)

Table 9.26 L-3 Communications Overview 2011 (Total Revenue, HQ, Ticker, Contact, Website)

Table 9.27 L-3 Communications Contracts / Projects / Programmes (Date, Subcontractors, Country, Value, Expires, Details)

Table 9.28 L-3 Communications Products / Services (Division, Product, Specification)

Table 9.29 Lockheed Martin Overview 2011 (Total Revenue, Revenue from Market, % Revenue From Market, Global Market Share %, HQ, Ticker, Contact, Website)

Table 9.30 Lockheed Martin Contracts / Projects / Programmes 2012 (Date, Subcontractors, Country, Value, Expires, Details)

Table 9.31 Lockheed Martin Products / Services (Division, Product, Specification)

Table 9.32 Northrop Grumman Overview 2011(Total Revenue, HQ, Ticker, Contact, Website)

Table 9.33 Northrop Grumman Contracts / Projects / Programmes (Date, Subcontractors, Country, Value, Expires, Details)

Table 9.34 Raytheon Company Overview 2011 (Total Revenue, HQ, Ticker, Contact, Website)

Table 9.35 Raytheon Company Products / Services (Division, Product, Specification)

Table 9.36 SAIC Overview 2012 (Total Revenue, Revenue from Market, % Revenue From Market, Global Market Share %, HQ, Ticker, Contact, Website)

Table 9.37 SAIC Contracts / Projects / Programmes 2012 (Date, Subcontractors, Country, Value, Expires, Details)

Table 9.38 SAIC Products / Services (Division, Product, Specification)

Table 9.39 Symantec Overview 2012 (Total Revenue, Global Market Share %, HQ, Ticker, Contact, Website)

Table 9.40 Symantec Contracts / Projects / Programmes 2012 (Date, Subcontractors, Country, Value, Expires, Details)

Table 9.41 Symantec Products / Services (Division, Product, Specification)

Table 9.42 Thales Overview 2011 (Total Revenue, Revenue from Market, % Revenue From Market, Global Market Share %, HQ, Ticker, Contact, Website)

Table 9.43 Thales Contracts / Projects / Programmes 2012 (Date, Subcontractors, Country, Value, Expires, Details)

Table 9.44 Thales Products / Services (Division, Product, Specification)

Table 9.45 Other Major Companies in the Cyber Security Market (Company,

Product /Service)

Table 10.1 Global Cyber Security Market Drivers & Restraints

Table 10.2 Global Cyber Security Market Fo

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