Security and Vulnerability Management Market Trends

Statistics for the 2023 & 2024 Security and Vulnerability Management market trends, created by Mordor Intelligence™ Industry Reports. Security and Vulnerability Management trend report includes a market forecast to 2029 and historical overview. Get a sample of this industry trends analysis as a free report PDF download.

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Market Trends of Security and Vulnerability Management Industry

BFSI Segment is Expected to Hold the Major Market Share

  • Globally, financial institutions are a top target for cyberattacks. Cybersecurity is becoming more important for financial firms as the majority of financial services are now digital. In this sector, cyberattacks can now target transaction systems and websites, which represents a growing number of attacks. The United States, as one of the world's largest financial markets, is the target of a sizable portion of cyberattacks.
  • Given the high number of customers served by the BFSI sector, it has been subject to a series of data breaches and cyber-attacks. Data breaches result in increased costs for corrective measures and the loss of valuable customer information. For instance, in the recent past, Taiwan's Far Eastern International Bank incurred a loss of around USD 60 million due to malware.
  • As per IBM, the average cost of data breaches in the finance industry worldwide was USD 5.97 million this year, up from USD 5.72 million last year. Private and public banking institutions are dedicated to the implementation of advanced technologies that will protect them from cyber attacks so as to ensure IT processes and systems, secure customer critical information, and comply with government regulations.
  • Banks need to make use of improved authentication and access control procedures in view of the increased penetration of technology, along with digital channels such as Internet and mobile banking, which their customers are more likely to choose than traditional banking services.
  • In October 2022, Temenos introduced a SaaS offering that allows banks to manage or handle Financial Crime Mitigation along with composable banking services on a much more reliable, secure, continually evolving, self-service platform. Temenos' FCM-as-a-Service offers pre-built configurations that are aligned with global industry regulations. Banks now have the ability to achieve lower total costs of ownership and improved customer service due to self-provisioning as well as automatic upgrades for rapid compliance and time to value.
Security and Vulnerability Market : Average Total Cost of a Data Breach in Financial Industry, in USD million, Global, 2019 - 2022

Asia-Pacific is Expected to Grow at the Fastest Rate

  • In Asia-Pacific, the frequency of cybersecurity assaults and BYOD data breaches is gradually increasing. The region is, therefore, favorable for the development and need for security and vulnerability management solutions. According to a survey from ESET Enterprise, nearly one in five commercial organizations in this region experienced more than six security breaches in recent years. The major industry participants are concentrating on bolstering their defensive capabilities due to the increased cyberattacks in this area. The countries' governments in this region have also consistently shown interest in this.
  • Security service applications, such as managed security services, hardware support, consulting, and training, will act as catalysts in the region. There is no indication that the demand for cybersecurity services will decrease, given the rising financial expenses, regulatory costs, and reputational penalties related to cyberattacks. Additionally, according to IBM Security studies, the average cost of a security breach increased to USD 2.71 million per firm across ASEAN. Demand for reliable services has increased significantly as a result of rising costs and a significant increase in ransomware occurrences.
  • Countries like Australia, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, Sri Lanka, and Thailand are more inclined to adopt security and vulnerability management solutions, as they have detailed and up-to-date cybersecurity strategies in place. In order to address the critical infrastructure protection and emergency response needs, those strategies are often accompanied by legal and operational frameworks as well as dedicated agencies.
  • Conversely, general ICT master plans for cyber security aspects are being prepared in countries such as Laos, Myanmar, and Pakistan. This presents an opportunity for vendors to raise awareness about their products in these countries.
  • Moreover, the rising initiatives by the government and the related regulatory bodies to strengthen security are anticipated to fuel the adoption of the vendors' solutions over the forecast period. For instance, in March 2022, in the face of a growing cyber threat landscape across the globe, Australia's Federal Government issued its 2022-23 federal budget with an amount of AUD 9.9 billion (USD 6.39 Billion) to strengthen cybersecurity and intelligence capabilities. The AUD 10 billion (USD 6.46 billion) will be spent under a program called REDSPICE, i.e., Resilience, Effects, Defence, Space, Intelligence, Cyber and Enablers.
Security and Vulnerability Management Market - Growth Rate by Region

Security and Vulnerability Management Market Size & Share Analysis - Growth Trends & Forecasts (2024 - 2029)