Recent study by Grand View Research says that data center security market is on the rise and could reach USD 15.49 billion by 2024. This is because small and big enterprises prefer cloud security over stored information as latter is more prone to the threats and cyber-attacks.
The report also reveals that data centers need protection against attacks at both “physical and logical” level, thereby making them to look for a strong security infrastructure. Apart from that, the awareness about the need of security, growing demand from data center users for combined system, the popularity of cloud computing and virtualization, and ever increasing threats will lead the data security market to the new heights.
Grand View Research’s report also says that data centers are also hired by those businesses that are willing to store their data on public clouds. This is because they need to protect the sensitive information including transaction records, personal information, and intellectual property. Grand View Research’s report says that the growing number of attacks has not only put prestige of the enterprises at stake but also risked the private and corporate data of company. Furthermore, it tells that the attacks have become sophisticated and advanced which can’t be resisted with the simple or dated security infrastructure, making businesses to approach the state of the art data security centers.
The other takeaways from the report have stated that hiring cloud computing and cloud storage has exposed various potential vulnerabilities including the information stolen risk. This has made the enterprises to seek better and advanced security solutions at various stages in the data center networks. Plus, the ever increasing security breaches and cyber-attacks on the data centers require enterprises to be strong on security level on both logical and physical. Optimum security solutions and their executions are the needs of the hour, further added by the report.
The data security market will be boom in upcoming time thanks to the data centers’ effort to save their data and the major steps taken by the governments as well as industries to control data security and privacy.