Japan IT Security Forecast, 2020-2024

Japan IT Security Forecast, 2020-2024

  • September 2020 •
  • 33 pages •
  • Report ID: 4004179 •
  • Format: PDF
This IDC study analyzes the Japan IT security market and provides a forecast from 2020 to 2024. Companies are shifting from using on-premises IT systems built on in-house networks to using cloud services in order to expand the development of DX. In addition, the COVID-19 pandemic is expected to increase the number of companies remote working and accelerate the shift of cloud services utilization in companies. Since cloud services are used not only from in-house networks but also via the internet outside the company, it cannot be protected by perimeter defenses built in in-house networks. Moreover, companies are increasingly obligated to take responsibility for information protection because of the strengthening of Japan and overseas privacy laws and information protection regulations for important infrastructure operators and supply chains.For that reason, IDC believes that vendors should consider security based on the belief that human nature is fundamentally evil. Multiple security solutions will be required, such as access control that can be implemented at both networks and application levels, encrypted communication, encryption of data including personally identifiable information (PII) and confidential information, and information governance solutions that strengthen the life-cycle management from creation to maintenance and deletion. However, since different security solutions are operated under a security policy that depends on each cloud service, security silos may occur, and the total security level may decrease. "Suppliers of security solutions should seek to provide a wide range of security solutions that can eliminate security silos and increase security levels under a centralized security policy," says Tsuneo Tosaka, research manager, Software and Security, IDC Japan.
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