Report : Content Disarm and Reconstruction Market to 2027 - Global Analysis and Forecast by Component (Software, Services); Deployment (On-Premise, Cloud); Organization Size (SMEs, Large); Application (Web, Email, File Transfer Protocol (FTP), Removable Devices); End-User (Government, BFSI, IT and Telecom, Manufacturing, Healthcare, Energy and Utilities, Others)
The global content disarm and reconstruction market accounted to US$ 203.9 Mn in 2018 and is anticipated to grow with a CAGR of 12.4% to account for US$ 571.3 Mn by 2027.
Today, cyber defenses are a must for all sizes of organizations such as small, medium, and large; however, several businesses install solutions that are powerless in an environment where zero-day and undisclosed attacks abound. As cybercriminals are becoming more sophisticated than ever, and investing huge effort in preparing successful targeted attacks, an innovative approach to cyber protection is essential. The content disarm, and reconstruction technology offers the solution for preventing zero-day and undisclosed threats. The Content Disarm and Reconstruction (CDR) technology deconstructs all active content from a file, eradicates it, and creates a sanitized file respecting the company's policy. The technology is a crucial innovative threat protection technology against zero-day attacks, and it protects various files such as documents along with email attachments and website traffic. Content disarm and reconstruction technology consists of all the benefits that help businesses to achieve goal or objective. This objective could be increasing sales, business operations, and security for the business, among many others. Content disarm and reconstruction technology has now become significant for all companies. Hence, they see it as an opportunity for revenue generation. Content disarm and reconstruction is affected by several factors such as GDP growth, population, business dispersion, technology adoption, security, and regulatory policies.
The global content disarm, and reconstruction is anticipated to exhibit an impressive growth rate during the forecast period of 2019 to 2027. The factors that are driving the content disarm and reconstruction market are the rising numbers of threats, zero-day attacks, ransomware, and the growing number of malware attacks. Nevertheless, the lack of awareness related to advanced cyber-attacks is still a concern for several organizations around the world. Furthermore, the content disarm, and reconstruction market has actively grown, in terms of value, in recent years.
The global market for content disarm and reconstruction (CDR) has been segmented into five major regions - North America, Europe, Asia Pacific (APAC), Middle East and Africa (MEA), and South America. In 2018, North America led the global content disarm and reconstruction market with more than 30% share, followed by Europe and Asia Pacific. With the presence of developed countries such as the US and Canada, the region is leading in terms of adoption, technology advancements, and applications of CDR solutions in various industry verticals. The region is primarily backed by its ability to rapidly adopt efficient technology solutions to enhance security and streamline operations in enterprises. In terms of growth rate, Asia Pacific is the leading geography with an impressive CAGR during the forecast period of 2019 to 2027, followed by Middle East and Africa and South America respectively.
The major companies working on development and deployment of content disarm and reconstructions include Check Point Software Technologies Ltd., Cybace Solutions, Deep Secure Ltd., Fortinet, Inc., odix, OPSWAT, Inc., ReSec Technologies, Sasa Software, Votiro, Inc., and YazamTech.
Content Disarm and Reconstruction Market - Geographic Breakdown, 2018
The report segments the global Content Disarm and Reconstruction market as follows:
Global Content Disarm and Reconstruction Market - By Organization Size
Global Content Disarm and Reconstruction Market - By Geography
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