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26 Jan 12. The Cyber Security Market 2012-2022. Cyberwarfare systems and services are sought by governments the world over who continue to be concerned with securing information and vital infrastructure against the looming threat posed by hostile cyber attacks, whilst striving to develop the capability to strike back if necessary. With the number of attacks against the secured systems of government and defence contractors is on the rise, and with recent high profile incidents thrusting the issue of cyberwarfare into the public eye, the perceived threat from foreign states, and non-state actors at home and abroad remains high. This is likely to drive increased investment in this dynamic market, where spending on cyberwarfare is calculated to reach $15.9bn in 2012. Spending on cyberwarfare has been ring-fenced from the massive cuts being initiated in the defence sectors of a number of major markets. Despite this, sales may suffer a little, but are likely to remain relatively high, especially whilst the threat to national security posed by a successful cyber attack remains an important point of interest for both the public and private sector. The cyberwarfare market is likely to be driven by increasingly networked systems requiring increasing levels of protection from a continuing, persistent threat. The report contains 103 tables, charts and graphs that add visual analysis in order to explain developing trends within the cyberwarfare market. This study provides forecasts for the period 2012-2022 in terms of value (US$) for the global cyberwarfare market. The cyberwarfare market is quantified, analysed and forecast from 2012-2022, along with the 15 leading national cyberwarfare markets. The report provides profiles of 30 leading companies operating within the market, and includes two interviews with market leading companies within the field of cyberwarfare, providing expert insight alongside this analysis.
* A comprehensive analysis of the cyberwarfare market with detailed forecasts provided from 2012-2022.
* Analysis and forecasting which has been underpinned by consultation with experts from within the field of cyberwarfare. Within the report are two full transcripts of exclusive interviews conducted with CUBIC Cyber Solutions and Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC).
* Forecasts for the 15 leading national cyberwarfare markets, as well as rest of the world figures and projections for the period 2012-2022.
* 103 tables, charts, and graphs quantifying and forecasting the cyberwarfare market in detail from 2012-2022.
* A SWOT analysis that examines the cyberwarfare market.
* Profiles of 30 leading companies operating within the cyberwarfare market.
This definitive report should prove invaluable to anyone currently involved in the cyberwarfare market or those who wish to enter this dynamic defence sector. (Source: ASD Network)
27 Jan 12. Research and
Markets(http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/e11c31/pakistan_defence_a) announced the addition of the “Pakistan Defence and Security Report Q1 2012” report to their offering. Pakistan’s security outlook remained severe in the closing stages of 2011, as terrorists continued to stage bomb attacks in Peshawar and other cities with apparent impunity. Relations with the United States and neighbouring Afghanistan also reached crisis point. The Pakistani-US relationship in particular plumbed to new depths in late November 2011, as US forces operating in Afghanistan attacked a Pakistani border post, killing 28 Pakistani troops. Islamabad accused the American forces of launching an unprovoked attack, while the Americans claimed to have responded to incoming fire.
With the US seemingly starting to give up on Pakistan, Islamabad’s alliance with China began to assume even greater importance. Gillani met Chine