Companies currently are faced with managing new corporate e-mail concerns consisting of spear phishing, data loss, spam, archiving/reporting mandates, and e-mail continuity. These issues have caused significant financial damage to businesses. This study covers the global e-mail content security market. Market drivers and restraints, along with revenue forecasts and pricing data, have been provided to 2016. The market is segmented into on-premises and cloud solutions. Furthermore, a competitive analysis of market participants is included. Finally, conclusions and implications offer insight into the future of the market.
Companies today are faced with managing new corporate e-mail concerns consisting of spear phishing, data loss, spam, archiving/reporting mandates, and e-mail continuity.
Social engineering threats such as spear phishing have increased by percent from 2010, indicating a strong shift from untargeted mass e-mails to targeted e-mail attacks.
Current detection technologies for e-mail systems lack automated intelligence features such as sandboxing and cloud analysis to prevent malware attacks from malicious URLs and e-mail attachments.
Spam decreased by percent in 2011, but recent data shows that spam has also become more targeted and dangerous to corporate e-mail systems.
Consumerization of IT devices and business-to-business (B2B) expansion in all vertical markets will create new challenges in managing and governing sensitive data.
Advanced Persistent Threats (APT), botnets, zero-day attacks, and other malware against business e-mail systems have caused significant monetary damage on a global scale.
Compliance mandates have increased since 2010, creating challenges in meeting new government data protection and privacy requirements.
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