The Global Web Security Market is estimated to be worth US$ 2.96 Billion in 2019 and is projected to grow at a CAGR of 9.4% to reach market size of US$ 5.07 Billion in 2025.
The growth of the market is driven by factors such as Increasing Risks related to the data or information security, Migration to cloud-based services by Enterprises, Advancements in web technology and Surge in social media scams.
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Definition / Scope
Web security is a software framework running on the network that protects web users from web-related malware and targeted cyber-attacks.
Web security consists of any applications or cloud storage services that are used against external viruses or web-based malware to protect the data of the corporate users. It also allows the company to monitor the actions of the employee on the Internet and to protect the data from any misuse or loss.
Web Security can be deployed in a variety of ways including appliances, virtual appliances, cloud services, and hybrid models. For web application management, malware detection, SSl inspection, data loss prevention, URL filtering and other applications, corporate network protection is also used.
Corporate web security provides improvement of security controls such as preventing the loss of productivity and other complications that many business organizations and enterprises face.
Email remains the number one threat vector. Web Usage is second to email as the major vector of threat for cyber-attacks. Web Usage is the Hacker's favorite for Command and Control as numerous types of attacks have evolved including the recent outbreak of browser-based skimming attacks.
The complexity and volume of threats have significantly increased in the last few years. Web-based threats have become big business, targeting both specific verticals and individuals within organizations.
In particular, sophisticated and highly targeted Web-based attacks have increased. Recent examples of browser-based attacks include Magecart and the ongoing proliferation of crypto mining malware.
The threat landscape is constantly changing. There is the continuing prevalence of advanced and targeted threats along with malware growth. Incidences of web browser and Web-based email targeting attacks are increasing.
Attacks have grown more sophisticated, attacking high-profile targets. For instance, the number of malware attacks has increased from 8.2 Billion to 9.9 Billion in 2019.
Lucrative Opportunities exist for solution providers in the Web Security Market for those who offer web-based security solutions for new age technologies such as Cloud Computing and Connected Devices such as IoT, mobile and BYOD Devices.