Security Concerns to Trigger Demand for Deception Technology

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San Francisco, California, January 10, 2018: Alarming rise in security concerns has impelled security agencies to opt for advanced technologies, thus triggering the demand for deception technology, states TMR Research in a research report. The report has been titled, “Deception Technology Market – Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Trends, Analysis, Growth, and Forecast 2017 – 2025.”

In the recent years, the market has seen the rise of numerous new innovations to handle security issues all the more successfully. One such technology quickly picking up pace and popularity is called deception technology. It routs malware by misleading them in their own particular operation and in this manner defends an association against virus attacks.

To expand somewhat further, a deception structure is one that goes about as distraction that is introduced to be traded off in case of a digital assault. It helps track the exercises of the interloper inside a system and subsequently empowers network administrators and examiners realize immediate response. It sends a notice to the first system and consequently keeps it from being controlled.

The fundamental trigger for development in the worldwide market for deception technology is the alarming increase in occurrences of digital assaults, for example, malwares, Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS), zero day assaults, and Advanced Persistent Threats (APTs), among others. Accordingly, associations and governments over the world have significantly increased their safety efforts via beguiling technology to ensure their systems and server are bulwarked against digital assaults.

Different factors driving the worldwide deception technology market are strict government controls, quick take-up of cloud-based advancements, and nearness of computerized and online information. Essentially, issues crimping the market’s development are disgraceful information of safety efforts, ascent of pilfered arrange security apparatuses, and absence of digital mastery to manage the unpredictable programming.

Deception technology, which is still in a nascent stage, holds out considerable promise. Bigger associations are increasingly leveraging them to uncover potential risk well in advance. Progressed tricky technology arrangements can spare elements over the world right around trillions of dollars lost in digital assaults.

Detecting a prospect in the market, digital deception technology pioneer Illusive Networks cleaned up financing from Microsoft Ventures as of late for quick worldwide extension, investment in deals, and marketing, and reinforcing of support and engineering teams.

Going ahead, the end users are that are anticipated to produce huge demands for deception technology are defense and aerospace, insurance and financial services, banking, and the government.

Region-wise, North America is a prime region in the worldwide market for deception technology. The region is expected to progress at a decent clasp in the years to come controlled essentially by the developed countries of Canada and the U.S. that are home to several new and well-entrenched market players taking into account both regional and global customers. North America is trailed by Europe regarding market share. Asia Pacific is another vital market. The growing fundings in network security by an extensive number of banking, Telecom, and IT organizations based especially in the nations of Japan, India, and China are anticipated lift the market in the region.

The vendors operating in the global market for deception technology are Smokescreen Technologies, TopSpin Security, Allure Security Technology, GuardiCore, Illusive Networks, Attivo Networks, LogRhythm, Inc., and Rapid7, Inc.

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  1. I’m not familiar with the new report, but it’s definitely true that the entire world of security is becoming more of a threat. Deception technology seems to be the latest.

    BTW, I think we saw this type of deception with the newly-discovered “pulse wave attacks” – rapid fire DDoS attacks. You think you are looking at one thing, but in fact it’s a long sustained attack but the pattern is missed because everyone is looking at the tree instead of the forest.

    Thanks for the report. Look forward to reading it.

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