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Global IT Security-as-a-Service Market Expected to reach highest CAGR by 2025: Blue Coat, Cisco, IBM, Intel Security, Symantec - Cole of Duty

Global IT Security-as-a-Service Market Expected to reach highest CAGR by 2025: Blue Coat, Cisco, IBM, Intel Security, Symantec - Cole of Duty


Global IT Security-as-a-Service Market Expected to reach highest CAGR by 2025: Blue Coat, Cisco, IBM, Intel Security, Symantec - Cole of Duty

Posted: 07 May 2020 12:50 AM PDT

The main purpose of this report is to provide an in depth analysis of the global IT Security-as-a-Service market including all the stakeholders in the industry. The research report presents forecasted market size and trends on the basis of past and present status of the industry. Also to understand, the analysis of complicated data is presented in simple language. Report gives in depth analysis of all the aspects of the market industry. The report includes the study of major players that includes market followers, leaders and new entrants by regions and countries. Furthermore, report offers the current technological innovations affecting the growth of the market in the long term.

In addition, report covers all challenges for the players and risk factor which ae responsible for restraining the growth of the market over the forecast period. Some essential tools for the market movements such as PORTER, PESTEL and SVOR analysis have been presented in this report with potential impact of economic factors by regions on the market. Also in terms of revenue, report helps to estimate the CAGR of the market size of upcoming five years on the basis of historic data study.

This study covers following key players:
Blue Coat
Cisco
IBM
Intel Security
Symantec 
Alert Logic
Barracuda Networks
BT Global Services
CA Technologies
CenturyLink
CGI Group
CheckPoint Software Technologies
CipherCloud
Computer Sciences
CYREN
FishNet Security
Fortinet
HP
Microsoft
NTT Com Security
Panda Security
Proofpoint
Radware
Trend Micro
Trustwave
Zscaler 

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Furthermore, report helps to analyse internal as well as external factors that might affect the global IT Security-as-a-Service market business positively or negatively. Therefore report offers a clear revolutionary view of the industry in advance. Report also helps users to understand the various dynamics of the global IT Security-as-a-Service market. In addition, report provides structure of the market by analysing the segments such as product type, application, end users, key regions and key companies. Also report projects the market size of IT Security-as-a-Service. In addition, research report on global IT Security-as-a-Service market offers clear representation of the key players which are functioning in the industry.

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Market segment by Type, the product can be split into
Internet security
Endpoint security
Wireless security
Network security
Cloud security

Market segment by Application, split into
Commercial
Industrial
Military and Denfense

Report provides competitive analysis of the small and large players. Also report gives in detailed information about the players on the basis of type, financial position, price, growth strategies, product portfolio and regional presence of the players in the global IT Security-as-a-Service market. Report also covers the key regions which are likely to have great market growth over the forecast period. The major regions are North America, South America, Europe, Asia-pacific and Middle East Africa. The initiatives taken by the government, universities and policy makers to promote the global IT Security-as-a-Service market in the form of grants, funds and investments into the development of the market are commendable. This initiatives are expected to boost the growth of the global IT Security-as-a-Service market.

Some Major TOC Points:
1 Report Overview
2 Global Growth Trends
3 Market Share by Key Players
4 Breakdown Data by Type and Application

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Spain does not learn: half reuse email password - InTallaght

Posted: 07 May 2020 08:05 AM PDT

This has been revealed by a study carried out by Panda Security in Spain among more than 1,500 people. Of them, only the 18% of users attach importance to safety of your passwords. Furthermore, 48% of respondents believe that they have strong passwords, despite the fact that in most cases this is not the case.

Reuse email password: the worst thing you can do

To this we must add that half of the respondents also carry out a dangerous practice: never or almost never change their Internet passwords, which are very likely to be circulating on the Dark Web due to the multiple hacks and leaks that Online platforms constantly suffer.

Half of users also reuse email password on other platforms such as your bank or your social networks. Some claim that they make slight modifications that, unfortunately, are easily vulnerable to the ingenuity of a cybercriminal. It is also curious the low number of accounts that some users have, where 60% affirm that they only have between one and five accounts, while the remaining 40% have six or more.

Along with this, also 21% of users write down their passwords on paper. 60% of those surveyed memorize them, but this is getting more complicated; especially if we have a good habit of changing them. However, writing them down on paper can be dangerous if other people around us have access to them. 7% of users store them even inside the computer without any protection, where any hacker can access them.

As we can see, the figures reveal a huge disinterest on the part of users in their security. It is not uncommon for attacks to follow that use hacked credentials, as recently happened with Zoom, where 500,000 users worldwide who had reused passwords present in leaks of the Dark Web have been affected.

A password manager, the best option

Also, even if passwords are not reused, using easy ones is very dangerous because they can be easily guessed with dictionaries. If we use common words, for example, anyone in a few hours and even minutes can get our password, however good the encryption is.

For this reason, Panda recommends the use of password managers, where one of the most famous is Lastpass, and they themselves have launched their own Panda Dome Passwords. It is also highly recommended to use Google's own password manager, since it also has a native implementation in Chrome and in the latest versions of Android. Thanks to this, we can always have a unique password and avoid having to remember it. Google also notifies us if our passwords have appeared in a recent leak.

Therefore, there are two keys when it comes to having passwords: that they do not use common words, and that they are not the same as in other services. Most hacks are caused by leaks and vulnerabilities in databases, or by brute force attacks. Using unique and strong passwords that we keep in password managers we will avoid serious problems in the future. It's also a good idea to use two-step verification with services like Google Authenticator.

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