Artificial Intelligence Cuts Deep Into Security Market

According to MarketsandMarkets ‘research report on "Artificial Intelligence in Security Market by Offering, Technology, Deployment Type, Security Type, Security Solution, End-User, and Geography - Global Forecast to 2025", the artificial intelligence (AI) within security applications market is expected to be valued at $34.81 Billion by 2025, at a CAGR of 31.38%. High usage of the Internet and the constant need for employees to be online are contributing to the growth of this market. Another major factor driving the demand for AI-based security solutions is the shortage of cybersecurity professionals. Using AI-based solutions for cybersecurity covers much of the need for cybersecurity professionals.

 

Highlights:

  • Software to hold the largest share of the AI in security market by 2025
  • Market for cloud deployment to grow at a high rate between 2017 and 2025
  • North America to hold a major share of the AI in security market in 2017

The companies covered in the report on the AI in security market are NVIDIA (US), Intel (US), IBM (US), Micron (US), Samsung (South Korea), Xilinx (US), Amazon (US), Cylance (US), Securonix (US), ThreatMetrix (US), Sift Science (US), Acalvio (US), Skycure (US), Darktrace (UK), and SparkCognition (US). Some of the key companies that provide antivirus are McAffee (US), Kaspersky (Russia), Bitdefender (Romania), and ESET (Slovakia). A few key innovators included in the report are High-Tech Bridge (Switzerland), Deep Instinct (Israel), SentinelOne (US), Feedzai (US), Vectra Networks (US), Zimperium (US), Fortscale (US), Argus Cyber Security (Israel), Nozomi Networks (US), Indegy (US), and Bitsight Technologies (US).

 

Feeling insecure in your knowledge of the use of AI in security apps? Browse the "Artificial Intelligence in Security Market - Global Forecast to 2025" report.

 

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