US Cybersecurity Market Size

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

Market Size of US Cybersecurity Industry

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US Cybersecurity Market Summary
Study Period 2019 - 2029
Base Year For Estimation 2023
Market Size (2024) USD 85.79 Billion
Market Size (2029) USD 126.57 Billion
CAGR (2024 - 2029) 8.09 %
Market Concentration Medium

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US Cybersecurity Market Analysis

The US Cybersecurity Market size is estimated at USD 85.79 billion in 2024, and is expected to reach USD 126.57 billion by 2029, growing at a CAGR of 8.09% during the forecast period (2024-2029).

The difficulty of protecting against a persistent information security breach is one that businesses in all industries in the United States are currently confronting. To fight against incoming threats and safeguard sensitive data, security experts are expected to keep ahead of dangers and use technologies, policies, and processes. Additionally, enterprises need to be able to swiftly and securely modify their core business applications across on-premise, SDN, and cloud environments as they speed up their digital transformation activities. This means that to manage these operations, IT and security teams need to have a complete awareness of fine-grained control over their whole network architecture.

  • The market's expansion might be ascribed to the sophistication of cyberattacks, which is rising. Over the past ten years, the number and severity of cybercrimes and scams have escalated, causing enormous losses for enterprises. As cybercrimes have dramatically escalated, businesses have focused their expenditure on information security solutions to bolster their internal security infrastructures. The use of targeted assaults, which penetrate targets' network infrastructure while remaining anonymous, has increased recently. Endpoints, networks, on-premises devices, cloud-based apps, data, and numerous other IT infrastructures are frequently targeted by attackers who have a specific target.
  • For instance, in March 2021, Hackers targeted four security flaws in Microsoft Exchange Server email software; they used the bugs on the Exchange servers to access email accounts of at least 30,000 organizations across the United States, which included small businesses, towns, cities, and local governments. The attack allowed the hackers to remotely control the affected systems, allowing them access to potential data theft and further compromise.
  • Following a public call asking government agencies in the region to join forces with the private sector and academia to ensure that medical facilities are protected from cyber threats. Various collaborations have been taking place in the industry. For instance, in March 2022, Senators of the United States Parliament introduced Healthcare Cybersecurity Act. The Act aims to promote collaboration between Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) and HHS to enhance cybersecurity efforts across the healthcare and public health sector.
  • In January 2022, the federal banking regulators of the United States issued a cybersecurity rule requiring prompt notification of a breach. The proposed rule is poised to provide the agencies with an early warning of considerable computer security incidents. It would need notification as soon as possible and no later than 36 hours after a banking enterprise determines that an incident has occurred. Such regulations could control the cyber attacks in the banking sector of the United States.
  • According to the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Cybersecurity, there has been a sharp increase in phishing and malware distribution using COVID-19-themed lures, the registration of new domain names containing words related to coronavirus or COVID-19, and attacks against recently and swiftly deployed remote access and teleworking infrastructure. As businesses prepare to implement months-long business continuity plans (BCP), including information security monitoring and response while working under quarantine circumstances, focusing on increasing cybersecurity, the pandemic has further expedited the need for cybersecurity.

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