Worldwide Network Intelligence and Threat Analytics Market Shares, 2019: How the Network Is Used to Unmask the Adversary

Worldwide Network Intelligence and Threat Analytics Market Shares, 2019: How the Network Is Used to Unmask the Adversary

  • December 2020 •
  • 35 pages •
  • Report ID: 5994718 •
  • Format: PDF
This IDC study provides the market shares by 2019 revenue for vendors in the NITA market. (Note: The topline number and forecast is kept continuously within the Security and Trust group. In addition, the Market Share and Market Forecast documents will be refreshed in 1Q21 to include the calendar year 2020 in the Cybersecurity Rollup 2021). IDC did not ask participating vendors for market revenue estimates for 2020, but many volunteered that their revenue was not only ahead of revised guidance but pacing with pre-COVID-19 guidance, many actually have revenue-breaking quarters."What seems like a natural extension of the network is that the mobility of data, the actions of users, and performance-related criteria could be turned on its head to be used to find indicators of compromise (IoCs), and chart the path of the adversary," says Chris Kissel, research director, Security and Trust Products at IDC. "What has been somewhat surprising is that by way of extending the network to include work-from-home employees, network intelligence and threat analytics (NITA) vendors have been a large part of the cybersecurity stack in 2020."