Cybersecurity Software – Market Growth, Trends, Forecast and COVID-19 Impacts (2014 – 2027) – KSU

This latest Cybersecurity Software report published by Global Market Monitor covers the current market dynamics, and provides effective competition strategies and market guidelines for the majority of practitioners.

Cybersecurity software is any computer program designed to enhance information security. The defense of computers against intrusion and unauthorized use of resources is called computer security.

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The report provides an analysis of market competitive situations and also offers product information offered by leading companies, which will help companies building strategies to take advantage of the emerging opportunities in the future. Furthermore, we also provide unique company survey study according to the client’s customized requirements.
Leading industry players covered in this report are:
Cisco Systems Inc.
IBM Corporation
BAE Systems Plc
Fortinet Inc.
CyberArk Software Ltd.
FireEye Inc.
F-Secure Inc.
F5 Networks Inc.
Check Point Software Technologies Ltd.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise Development LP

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Cybersecurity Software End-users:
Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs)
Large Enterprises

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Table of Content
1 Report Overview
1.1 Product Definition and Scope
1.2 PEST (Political, Economic, Social and Technological) Analysis of Cybersecurity Software Market

2 Market Trends and Competitive Landscape
3 Segmentation of Cybersecurity Software Market by Types
4 Segmentation of Cybersecurity Software Market by End-Users
5 Market Analysis by Major Regions
6 Product Commodity of Cybersecurity Software Market in Major Countries
7 North America Cybersecurity Software Landscape Analysis
8 Europe Cybersecurity Software Landscape Analysis
9 Asia Pacific Cybersecurity Software Landscape Analysis
10 Latin America, Middle East & Africa Cybersecurity Software Landscape Analysis
11 Major Players Profile

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Android Users Sue Google Over Alleged Security Flaw Exposing COVID-19 Contact-Tracing Data

Screenshot of CA Notify website. A proposed class action is asking a federal court to order Google to fix an alleged security threat that makes the company’s COVID-19 contact-tracing system developed with Apple less “privacy-preserving” than the tech giants claimed.

Nearly 40 countries and dozens of U.S. states, including California, use the Google-Apple Exposure Notification System (GAEN) for their coronavirus contact-tracing apps. The system leverages Bluetooth technology and deploys safeguards such as randomized identifiers, called rolling proximity identifiers or RPIs, and decentralized storage on devices to protect users’ privacy.

In a complaint filed Wednesday in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California, attorneys from Lieff Cabraser Heimann & Bernstein assert that dozens of third parties might have access to the system’s stored data on mobile devices, including personally identifiable information and potential COVID-19 exposure results.


Covid-19 Contact Tracing on Android Is Not So Private After All

Illustration for article titled It Turns Out Covid-19 Contact Tracing on Android Is Not So Private After All

Photo: Florence Ion/Gizmodo

At the start of the pandemic, Apple and Google scrambled to enable covid-19 contact tracing on their respective smartphone operating systems. The feature, which works across iOS and Android, was designed to help folks quickly determine if they’d been exposed to the virus by simply enabling a contact-tracing setting. Both companies had promised that pertinent data collected from the features, like where you’d been and who you’d passed by, would remain relatively anonymous and that only public health agencies would have access to that information.

Unfortunately, the opposite was true for the Android version of covid-19 tracing tool. The Markup published a report of a significant privacy flaw that allows hundreds of preinstalled apps offered by major Android manufacturers to access sensitive data. Apps like the Samsung Browser and Motorola’s MotoCare have grandfathered access to system logs for analytics and crash reports, which is where the data is stored.

The contact-tracing tools work by exchanging anonymized Bluetooth signals with other phones that have the ability enabled. (On Android, you can flip it on with a switch in the device settings menu.) Those signals change every 15 minutes so that individual users aren’t identifiable, created from a key that’s refreshed every 24 hours. The signals generated and received by an Android phone’s contact tracing are then saved into the device system logs. It’s there that Samsung, Motorola, Huawei, and other major Android players have automatic access to that data.

AppCensus, a mobile security firm, discovered the breach when testing the Android and iPhone contact tracing system as part of a contract with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. The firm had found that the logs showed sensitive data, like whether a person was in contact with someone who had tested positive for covid-19. The data also contained information like the device name, MAC address, and advertising ID, which is what Google Play services use to personalize ads.

AppCensus claims that Google repeatedly dismissed the firm’s concerns when it brought up the issue in a February submission to Google’s bug bounty program….


Global Email Security Market Forecast Report 2021-2025: New Malware Techniques Drive Market Growth as Organizations Accelerate Cloud Migration Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic – | Business

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This research service analyzes the global email security market.

Email remains the number one threat vector. It is the primary mode of corporate communication and the de facto standard for B2B and B2C communications. During the COVID-19 pandemic, email continues to be the chief channel for business communication, and this trend is driven by the surging trend of working from home.

Over the past few years, the complexity and the volume of threats have increased significantly. Email-based threats have become big business; specific verticals and individuals within organizations are targeted. Threat vectors continue to evolve, and the need for secure email has never been stronger. Attackers are more focused on people and less on systems. Business email compromise (BEC) fraud continues to affect organizations, both large and small. Consequently, traditional security solutions that are designed to protect systems and infrastructure are now inadequate.

Sophisticated and highly targeted email-borne attacks are on the rise, and many of these attacks use social engineering techniques. For businesses of all sizes, this is a serious problem as the legitimate communication channel they rely on extensively, email, is also the channel of choice to deliver malware and malwareless attacks. Advanced attacks combine email and cloud accounts. Cybercriminals are also leveraging pandemic-driven fears and uncertainties to launch their attacks.

The most significant trend in the market is the acceleration of the migration to the cloud. Customers are adopting cloud-based mailbox services and moving their email security to the cloud from on-premise appliances. The substantial adoption of Microsoft Office 365 has caused the biggest loss of email security posture for organizations.

As a result, organizations are looking for integrated solutions to increase operational efficiencies while gaining stronger and more comprehensive security. In such a competitive environment, email security vendors must be able to differentiate themselves.

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