Web Content Filtering Market
Web Content Filtering Market (Technique - IP, URL, Keyword, and File Type; End-use - Business Organizations, Government Agencies, and Schools and Institutions) - Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast 2013 - 2019
Press Release :
Global Web Content Filtering Market: Snapshot
Growing digitalization and increasing web-based content have grown the demand for web content filtering. Growth of the IT sector needs to secure data from security breach that has created the need for web content filtering. The web content filtering solutions are designed to restrict unwanted information brought through the internet via e-mail or web and help users to access only specified content relevant to them.
Developers are making efforts to come up with solutions such as anti-viruses, firewalls, and intrusion prevention systems in addition to serving the web content filtering functions. Moreover, need to control internet related security issues has forced firms to implement content filtering solutions on a larger scale.
The report presents certain figures that will be helpful for the companies working in the web content filtering market on the global basis. As per the analysis, the global market for web content filtering is expected to rise at a healthy CAGR during the forecast period 2013 to 2019. The market valuation is projected to reach US$ 2.6 bn by the end of 2019.
Growing Use of Internet in Business Organizations to Boost Demand for Web Content Filtering
The report for the global web content filtering market is categorized on the basis of technique and end use. Based on technique, file type filtering, URL filtering, IP filtering, keyword filtering, and others (image, profile, and link filtering) are the key segments. Among these file type filtering techniques is dominating the market and is expected to grow further in coming years.
Based on end-use category, government agencies, business organizations, schools and institutions, and others (home computers, mobile phones) are the key segment in this category. Business organizations are considered the most promising end-use segment during the forecast period. It is expected to reach a valuation of US$ 0.86 bn by the end of 2019. The reason for this dominance is attributed to rising concerns about distractions occurred through the internet at workplaces. Growing disturbances through the internet have necessitated the need for strong web content filtration in business organizations. They are also implementing high filtering policies and solutions to avert web threats and several e-mails from affecting corporate networks.
North America to Lead the Web Content Filtering Market Globally
North America is the most lucrative market for the growth of web content filtering at the worldwide platform. The valuation for web content filtering market in this region is expected to reach US$ 0.89 bn by the end of forecast period from US$ 0.60 bn in 2015. Changing regulation and legislation enforced by the government to address various concerns related to obscene and offensive content available on the web.
The U.S. government has enforced content restrictions such as the CAN-SPAM Act of 2003, to restrict unwanted e-mails and messages to reach users through a spam. Policymakers in Canada and the U.S. have empowered private organizations to force internet service providers to filter and remove such kind of content.
Other regions in the market are also covered in the report, viz. Latin America, Asia Pacific, the Middle East and Africa, and Europe. In addition, the report has analyzed competitive landscape taking in consideration the key players in the global market. Websense, Inc., Trend Micro, Blue Coat, Inc., Symantec Corporation, McAfee, Inc. (Intel), and Palo Alto are some of the prominent players in the global web content filtering market.
- IP Filtering
- URL Filtering
- Keyword Filtering
- File Type Filtering
- Others (Profile, Image, Link Filtering)
- Business Organizations
- Government Agencies
- Schools and Institutions
- Others (Home computers, Mobile phones)
- North America
- Asia Pacific
- Rest of the World (Latin America, Middle East and Africa)