Analysis of the Asia-Pacific Network Security Market 2012

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London (PRWEB) November 20, 2013

Increased Severity and Number of Threats Against Networks, Applications, and Data Will Stimulate Spending on Network Security

The overall Asia-Pacific network security market recorded a healthy growth in 2012. The majority of markets in the region experienced positive growth in 2012, particularly in Indonesia, Japan, and the Philippines. In contrast, markets such as New Zealand and Vietnam experienced a sluggish performance in 2012. An increase in the severity and the number of threats attacking networks, applications, and data occured in 2012. In Japan, the second largest security market in Asia-Pacific, experienced a numerous attacks in 2012, particularly in the government vertical. As such, many enterprises in the region committed their spending in the network security market in 2012.

Executive Summary

-The overall Asia-Pacific (APAC) network security market recorded a healthy growth of xx% in 2012 compared to 2011. The majority of markets in the region experienced a positive growth in 2012, particularly in Indonesia, Japan, and the Philippines, which achieved more than xx% year-over-year (YOY) growth. In contrast, markets in New Zealand and Vietnam experienced a sluggish performance in 2012.
-The severity and number of threats against networks, applications, and data increased in 2012. In Japan, the second largest security market in APAC, experienced numerous attacks in 2012, particularly in the government vertical. Many enterprises in the region, therefore, committed their spending in the network security market in 2012.
-The service provider vertical continued to lead the spending in the network security market in APAC, accounting for a total market share of xx% in 2012. As no sector is immune to the growing threat landscape, many other verticals, particularly the peripheral ones, experienced a strong revenue growth.
-Some markets in the region such as China and Malaysia expect a leadership transition after upcoming general elections. These markets experienced a relatively sluggish performance in the government vertical in 2012 as there were fewer government projects compared to 2011, or some government projects were put on hold.
-A fast-growing mature security mindset and a developing regulatory compliance regime pushed many regions to actively enhance their defenses against the sophisticated threat landscape. The network security market is expected to grow at a healthy CAGR of xx% throughout the forecast period.
-There has also been a growing shift among APAC enterprises towards the services model as many enterprises recognize the need for expertise in handling advanced threats, and enterprises recognize how service providers are best placed to offer such expertise compared to developing these capabilities in-house.

Research Objectives

This tracker provides an analysis of the total network security market in the APAC region for the 2012 (January to December) period. It analyzes the market trends, vendor performance, vertical market splits, and enterprise size splits.

Assumptions

-All revenue is based on end-user prices, which is the actual price paid by end users for the products. All revenue associated with system integration, maintenance, and other professional services attributes have been excluded from this analysis.
-Revenue is provided in US dollars, unless specified otherwise.
-Deployment of integrated security appliances driven by anti-virus and content filtering are excluded from the final revenue.
-Sales of security subscription services such as anti-virus, content filtering, and IPS with integrated security appliances are excluded from revenue accounting for integrated security appliances under the firewall/IPSec VPN segment.
-For secure routers/switches deployments, which are driven by security purposes, costs are included for the entire solution, including value of router/switch hardware. Sales of security modules that are not bundled with router/switch sales are accounted for separately.
-No revenue will account for SSL VPN functionalities, which are offered at no additional charge to customers on firewall appliances or integrated security appliances.

Executive Summary
Market Definition and Methodology
APAC Network Security Market 2012
Australian Network Security Market 2012
Chinese Network Security Market 2012
Hong Kong Network Security Market 2012
Indian Network Security Market 2012
Indonesian Network Security Market 2012
Japanese Network Security Market 2012
Malaysian Network Security Market 2012
New Zealand Network Security Market 2012
Philippine Network Security Market 2012
Singaporean Network Security Market 2012
South Korean Network Security Market 2012
Taiwanese Network Security Market 2012
Thai Network Security Market 2012
Vietnamese Network Security Market 2012
Appendix

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