Global Network Security Firewall Market valued at $ 10.5 billion by 2025, with a CAGR of 22.9% between 2020 and 2025


Dublin, August 17, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – The “market for network security firewall by components, solutions (signaling firewall (SS7 and diameter firewall) and SMS firewall (A2P and P2A messaging)), service ( Professional Services and Managed Services)), Deployment and Region – Global Forecast to 2025 “report was added Offer.

The global network security firewall market is forecast to grow from US $ 3.8 billion in 2020 to US $ 10.5 billion in 2025 with an annual growth rate of 22.9%.

The report segments the Network Security Firewall Market on the basis of component (solution and service), deployment, and region. The report provides an in-depth competitive analysis of the major players in the Network Security Firewall market along with their company profiles, recent developments, and key market strategies. The market includes major providers such as Symsoft, Cellusys, Adaptive Mobile, Evolved Intelligence, Mobileum, Tata Communications, AMD Telecom SA, Openmind Networks, ANAM Technologies and Omobio.

With the increasing dynamics of interconnected devices, the risk of security breaches increased as fraudsters found alternatives such as SMS-SPAMs and SMS scams in the gray ways to exploit personal information through the company’s network. Real-time streaming analysis and SS7 vulnerability filtering have been important components of the network security firewall, and firewall developers use fraud detection techniques to monitor network traffic behavior. Telecommunications companies use network security firewall tools to dynamically extract traffic patterns from packets sent and received on the network, continuously review network behavior for malicious content, and report any anomalies detected.

The signaling firewall segment is expected to grow with the highest CAGR in the forecast period

Based on the network vulnerabilities, the signaling firewall is further divided into SS7, diameter firewall, and others. The SS7 firewall helps telecom service providers to identify and protect against SS7 vulnerabilities such as user location tracking, fraud, denial of service (DoS) or even interception of calls. The diameter firewall helps mobile network operators to protect their LTE network against malicious attacks and illegal messages. This firewall monitors and filters the IP packets received via the LTE networks from other LTE or GSM networks and protects the operator from the anomalous data packets received by the unauthorized networks. The growth in signaling firewall solutions is due to a significant increase in the number of diameter attacks in the telecommunications industry.

Services segment to register the highest CAGR in the network security firewall market during the forecast period

Deployment and integration, consulting, and support and maintenance services play an important role in the telecommunications ecosystem. Services are seen as a key component of the network security firewall market because they focus on protecting telecommunications networks from fraudulent attacks and are instrumental in meeting the custom needs of clients. Based on services, the network security firewall market is divided into professional and managed services. Professional services offer tailor-made solutions for the network requirements of telecommunications operators, e.g. B. Network architecture, local solutions and cloud migration solutions. These services include deployment and integration, support and training, and business consulting. The managed services help CSPs improve their network availability by protecting their network from unauthorized access to business resources.

North America will hold the largest market size and MEA will grow significantly over the forecast period

North America is expected to hold the largest market size in the network security firewall market during the forecast period due to the reshaped US telecommunications agency Federal Communications Commission (FCC). They are less strict compared to the old administration as several strict regulations of the previous regime are being withdrawn. Most telecommunications operators have benefited from the selection and implementation of new services and solutions. According to NASDAQ, 4G LTE wireless penetration in North America is currently 83%. This is largely due to the intention of most network operators to upgrade to the 5G wireless network standard, which requires massive investments.

The network security firewall is expected to grow significantly in the MEA market, as telecommunications operators implement firewall solutions in their network. The acceptance of cell phones and smartphones is increasing in the region and has given cellular network operators a broad subscriber base in MEA. The region is one of the leading markets for messaging solutions and the telecommunications sector as network improvements drive investments in the region. Various types of network threats, scams, and SMS spoofs have targeted organizations in the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, and Qatar, according to the FireEye Dynamic Threat Intelligence (DTI) report.

Important topics

1 Introduction
1.1 Introduction to COVID-19
1.2 COVID-19 health assessment
1.3 COVID-19 Economic Assessment
1.4 Aims of the study
1.5 Market definition
1.6 Market size
1.7 Consideration of the currency
1.8 Stakeholders

2 research methodology

3 Summary

4 premium insights
4.1 Attractive Opportunities in the Network Security Firewall Market
4.2 North America Market by Solution and Country
4.3 Network Security Market by Region
4.4 Market: investment scenario

5 Market overview and industry trends
5.1 Introduction
5.2 Market dynamics
5.2.1 Driver Increased demand for network security and data protection Introduction of Nextgen Technologies for network security New security holes in SS7 Administrative regulations that encourage demand for network security firewall Progress of digital transformation in the telecommunications industry
5.2.2 Limitations Lack of preventive firewall maintenance
5.2.3 Possibilities Operator investment for dynamic network infrastructure Growing acceptance of network function virtualization Missing Unified Network Security firewall provider
5.2.4 Challenges The interaction of signaling control protocols complicates security Gray route fraudulent mechanism
5.3 COVID-19 Pandemic Driven Market Dynamics and Factor Analysis
5.3.1 Drivers and options
5.3.2 Limitations and Challenges
5.3.3 Cumulative growth analysis
5.4 Use Cases
5.4.1 Wind Hellas
5.4.2 Etisalat
5.4.3 Telenor
5.4.4 Vimpelcom
5.4.5 Telkom Indonesia
5.5 Regulations
5.5.1 Federal Communication Commission
5.5.2 Australian Regulatory Authority
5.5.3 Security Standards Council
5.5.4 Canadian Radio, Television and Telecommunications Commission and CWTA
5.5.5 Singapore Personal Data Protection Commission
5.5.6 New Zealand’s Telecommunications Interception and Security Act
5.5.7 Ministry of Telecommunications and Telecommunications Regulatory Authority of India
5.5.8 European Telecommunications Standards Institute
5.6 Guidelines
5.6.1 Global System for Mobile Communications Association
5.7 Telecommunications company in the network security firewall
5.7.1 Deutsche Telekom
5.7.2 Vodafone
5.7.3 Telefonica
5.7.4 Orange
5.8 New types of attacks
5.8.1 Denial of Service for Subscribers
5.8.2 Disclosure of Network Information
5.8.3 Signaling the black route
5.8.4 Disclosure of Subscriber Information
5.8.5 Fraud

6 Network Security Firewall Market by Components
6.1 Introduction
6.2 Solutions
6.3 Services

7 Network Security Firewall Market By Solution
7.1 Introduction
7.2 SMS firewall
7.3 Signaling firewall

8 Network Security Firewall by Service
8.1 Introduction
8.2 Professional services
8.3 Managed Services

9 Network security firewall by type
9.1 Introduction
9.2 Packet Filtering
9.3 Stateful Packet Inspection
9.4 Next Generation Firewall
9.5 Unified Threat Management

10 Post Deployment Network Security Firewall
10.1 Introduction
10.2 On site
10.3 cloud
10.4 Network Function Virtualization

11 Network Security Firewall Market by Region
11.1 Introduction
11.2 North America
11.3 Europe
11.4 Asia Pacific
11.5 Middle East and Africa
11.6 Latin America

12 competitive landscape
12.1 Competitive Landscape Overview
12.2 Competitive Leadership Mapping (overall market)
12.2.1 Visionary leaders
12.2.2 Dynamic differentiators
12.2.3 Innovators
12.2.4 Emerging Companies
12.3 Competitive Leadership Mapping (Startups)
12.3.1 Progressive
12.3.2 Responsive
12.3.3 Dynamic companies
12.3.4 starting blocks
12.4 Ranking of the key players
12.5 Competitive Scenario
12.5.1 Introduction of new products / services and product improvements
12.5.2 Partnerships, collaborations and agreements
12.5.3 Mergers and Acquisitions

13 company profiles
13.1 AdaptiveMobile
13.2 AMD Telecom
13.3 Anam
13.4 Cellusys
13.5 Mobileum
13.6 Net number
13.7 orange
13.8 Openmind Networks
13.9 SAP SE
13.10 Sinch
11/13 Tata Communications
13.12 Omobio
13.13 Protei
13.14 Route Mobile
13.15 BICS
13.16 Twilio
13.17 Telecom Italia Sparkle
13.18 Sophos
13.19 HPE
13.20 Nokia
13.21 Enghouse network
13:22 Fortinet
13.23 checkpoint
13:24 Mavenir
13.25 Sonicwall
13.26 Infobip
13.27 Global Wavenet
13:28 juniper
13.29 Palo Alto Networks
1.30 p.m. Barracuda Networks

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