Next-Generation Intrusion Prevention System: Introduction
- A next-generation intrusion prevention system (NGIPS) provides a logical and substantial evolution of the capabilities required to defend networks from evolving threat such as cyber-attack and malware
- The next-generation intrusion prevention system monitors network traffic, detects suspicious activity, and takes preventive measures before the network infrastructure is damaged. NGIPS offers broader protection against vulnerabilities, as compared to conventional IPS solutions, especially at the application level. These systems are designed to provide organizations with a proactive approach to security by combining technologies such as threat reputation and deep packet inspection.
- The next-generation intrusion prevention system is designed to provide unmatched high availability, high performance, and low latency inspection for core network and data center deployments without impacting performance. In the event of a network or internal device failure, this feature confirms that network traffic continuously flows at wire speed.
- The majority of next-generation intrusion prevention systems use signature-based detection of known threats and statistical anomaly detection of unknowns. Statistical anomaly detection is also referred to as behavioral detection. These systems are especially useful for detecting and responding to emerging zero-day and advanced persistent threats (APT).
- The NGIPS detects and blocks advanced threats by detecting abnormal behavior such as confidential data loss, file identification, and illegal server reach, providing the company the ability to identify both applications and internal network usage behavior
- The next-generation intrusion prevention system connects to the network without requiring significant hardware changes and provides continuous security in public and private clouds, as well as threat prevention and management. The NGIPS shares information about potential threats and vulnerabilities with other security tools connected to the network when it is tightly integrated with the security infrastructure. This provides multiple layers of defense against potential threats.
Global Next-Generation Intrusion Prevention System Market: Dynamics
Global Next-Generation Intrusion Prevention System Market: Key Drivers
- Cyber-attacks are becoming more sophisticated, making it more difficult to detect intrusions accurately. Malicious attacks have become more sophisticated, posing the greatest challenge in identifying them, as malware creators employ various evasion techniques for information concealment to avoid detection by an IPS system. Hence, increasing cybersecurity breaches and a rise in complexity of cyber threats are expected to drive the demand for next-generation intrusion prevention system in the next few years.
- Furthermore, security threats and attacks targeting internet users and organizations, such as DDoS, APTs, and zero-day attacks have been increasing for the last few years. Consequently, computer security has become increasingly important, as the use of information technology has become ingrained in people's daily lives. Therefore, the demand for next-generation intrusion prevention system is expected to increase during the forecast period.
- Improvement in BYOD-related technology is prompting companies to mobilize their employees. Increasing use of BYOD is further compelling organizations to protect not only devices in offices but also devices with remote access to the corporate network. This has increased the demand for next-generation intrusion prevention solutions, which in turn is expected to drive the next-generation intrusion prevention system market during the forecast period.
- However, the lack of an adequate budget remains a major issue for cybersecurity professionals to effectively conduct their IT security operations, which is expected to restrain the next-generation intrusion prevention system market during the forecast period
Impact of COVID-19 on Global Next-Generation Intrusion Prevention System Market
- The COVID-19 pandemic crisis prompted several governments and regulators to call for both public and private organizations to adopt new practices to work remotely and maintain social distance
- Digital business methods have since become the new business continuity plan for several organizations. People are increasingly turning to digital technologies such as next-generation intrusion prevention system to protect themselves from cyber-attacks owing to the widespread use of mobile devices and the global penetration of the internet.
North America to Hold Major Share of Global Next-Generation Intrusion Prevention System Market
- The global next-generation intrusion prevention system (NGIPS) market can be divided into North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Middle East & Africa, and South America
- North America is expected to hold a prominent share of the next-generation intrusion prevention system market. Several companies in the region are increasingly using next-generation intrusion prevention solutions to detect and prevent threats at an early stage. Increasing digitization of critical infrastructure sectors, such as oil & gas, and the region's related industrial systems are key drivers of cyber threats.
- Governments of Asia Pacific are transforming the way businesses are run in the region. However, the region has witnessed an increase in cyber attacks due to the rapid adoption of digital services across the region. Hence, the next-generation intrusion prevention system market is expected to increase in APAC during the forecast period.
Global Next-Generation Intrusion Prevention System Market: Competition Landscape
- Various key players are active in the next-generation intrusion prevention system market such as McAfee Corp., IBM, etc.
- In October 2019, McAfee launched McAfee MVISION Insights, which is designed to help organizations respond quickly and accurately to cyberattacks, deliver actionable insights, and report threats. The offer would make it possible to track the attack globally, across all endpoints, networks, and cloud infrastructures of a company.
- In October 2018, IBM acquired Red Hat which enables customers to benefit from both companies' solutions. IBM wanted to provide its customers with tools that would enable them to expand their use of the cloud by building and deploying non-cloud applications on a large scale.
Key players operating in the global next-generation intrusion prevention system market include:
- McAfee Corp.
- Trend Micro Inc.
- Palo Alto Networks, Inc.
- Check Point Software Technologies
- Fortinet Inc.
- Cisco Systems, Inc.
- iValue InfoSolutions India Pvt. Ltd.
- NSFOCUS Technologies Group Co. Ltd.
- OSSEC Inc.
- BluVector, Inc.
Global Next-Generation Intrusion Prevention System Market: Research Scope
Global Next-Generation Intrusion Prevention System Market, by Solution
- NGIPS Hardware
- NGIPS Software
- Professional Service
- Training and Education
- Support and Maintenance
- Managed Service
- Professional Service
Global Next-Generation Intrusion Prevention System Market, by Enterprise Size
- Small and Mid-Sized Enterprises (SMEs)
- Large Enterprises
Global Next-Generation Intrusion Prevention System Market, by Industry
- Government and Defense
- IT and telecom
- Retail and eCommerce
- Energy and Utilities
Global Next-Generation Intrusion Prevention System Market, by Region
- North America
- Rest of North America
- Rest of Europe
- Asia Pacific
- South Korea
- Rest of Asia Pacific
- Middle East & Africa
- South Africa
- Rest of Middle East & Africa
- South America
- Rest of South America
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