Frost & Sullivan estimates network security forensics vendors sold $ million of network security forensic appliances and related services in the base year of the study, 2014, representing an improvement of % more than 2013.
For 2015, much is expected to be the same. Anticipated revenues in network security forensics are $ billion or a % improvement.
In the years 2014–2019, the physical appliances form factor will be the largest product group in terms of revenue. In 2019, network security forensics physical appliances are projected to have revenues of $ billion. However, physical appliances, of the product types, will have the slowest moving CAGR at % during the same forecast period.
Frost & Sullivan expects software-as-a-service (SaaS) to be the fastest rising product group in terms of CAGR with %, although this is largely attributable to the lack of SaaS products available.
North America is the region that accounts for most network security forensics sales accounting for % of all global network security forensics revenues in 2014. In 2019, Frost & Sullivan expects that share to drop to % of all revenues.
In 2014, Frost & Sullivan estimates there are commercial network security forensics installments. By 2019, Frost & Sullivan estimates there will be installations.
In 2014, the average annual contract price (ACP) for network security forensics products to a company is $. In 2019, the ACP will be $.
The biggest vendors in terms of revenues are Blue Coat Systems, NETSCOUT, and RSA. These companies are noted for their high line-rates (meaning lossless packet ingestion and translation).
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