Content-based Security Taking Off

November 2006
Business Communications Review;Nov2006, Vol. 36 Issue 11, p6
Trade Publication
The article reports that the market for security gateways that focus on content-level analysis will greatly increase, more than doubling by the end of the decade. This information is based on a study conducted by Infonetics Research. Some of the security companies studied were Aladdin, Barracuda, Citrix, IronPort, McAfee and Symantic. North America takes up over half of these markets. The report that contains the statistics of the study is titled "Content Security Appliances and Software Market Outlook."


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