Web Security Software Market 2019 Outline, Surge and Forecast to 2024

Global Web Security Software market recent study provides an in-depth … McAfee Web Protection, WebTitan, Cato Networks, Kaspersky Security …

Global Web Security Software market recent study provides an in-depth assessment of this vertical business involving main industry deliverable information, predominantly Web Security Software market trends, size, share, current valuation, and estimates of revenues for the estimated period. The Web Security Software industry information also analyzes and elucidates the market growth rate in the prediction timeline, encouraged by certain catalysts, a gist of which was given in this Web Security Software research report in combination with the industry’s main challenges and growth opportunities.

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The Web Security Software report offers brief information about the market at the start through an overview of the situation. This includes manufacturing technology, commonly used applications, and creative methods to grow the market. The report also involves a thorough assessment of competitive outlook, trend variables, Web Security Software industry trends, and important regional status. In addition, market growth risk factors are also noted along with the product cost, which affects the development of the Web Security Software market during the forecast period of 2024.

Global Web Security Software market competition by top manufacturers:

Open DNS Umbrella, Duo Security, Netskope, Avast Business, Webroot, AlienVault, Trend Micro, Cisco Umbrella, McAfee Web Protection, WebTitan, Cato Networks, Kaspersky Security

On the basis of product, we research the production:

  • Cloud Based
  • Web Based

This report focuses on the status and outlook for major applications/end users:

  • Large Enterprises
  • SMEs

Global Web Security Software Market, Geographic Scope

Americas, United States, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, APAC, China, Japan, Korea, Southeast Asia, India, Australia, Europe, Germany, France, UK, Italy, Russia, Spain, Middle East & Africa, Egypt, South Africa, Israel, Turkey, GCC Countries

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The global Web Security Software market report offers important industry information, including valuable facts and figures, specialist views, and the recent trends worldwide. Also, the report calculates the Web Security Software market size, the report takes into account the revenue generated from this report’s sales and techniques from different application sections. The study provides comprehensive coverage of the Web Security Software industry and major trends in the market. The research involves historical and forecast data, demand, details of implementation, price trends, and geographically leading Web Security Software business shares. Based on application type and geography, the study divides the market size by quantity and value.

The study objectives of this report are:

  • To analyze global Web Security Software status, future forecast, growth opportunity, key market and key players.
  • To present the Web Security Software development in United States, Europe and China.
  • To profile main players strategically and evaluate their Web Security Software growth plan and policies comprehensively.
  • Defining, describing and forecasting the Web Security Software market by type of product, market and key regions.
  • The Web Security Software research also elucidated extensive information of product consumption spanning numerous parts as well as the valuation obtained by these regions.

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Software firm shops new cyber watchdog

Darktrace’s Account Executive for the Caribbean Joe Viviano said :“This technology can autonomously isolate and block the threat while business …

As cyber criminals mount increasingly coordinated attacks on the websites and networks of governments and businesses, humans are turning to machines for help.

Security managers were given a demonstration ofArtificial Intelligence doing security work, in whichunique technology, offered by British-based cyber defence firm Darktrace monitors a network constantly, detects anomalies and fixes potential concerns in some cases while security folk are asleep.

More than 70 security specialists and business executives attended a seminar on Thursday organised by United Kingdom-based Darktrace and local representative, Ark Online.

Darktrace’s Account Executive for the Caribbean Joe Viviano said :“This technology can autonomously isolate and block the threat while business continues as normal.”

He explained that the AI solution is designed to become familiar with the functioning of a customer’s network and detect anomalies when they occur.

“Darktrace automatically protects the system from intrusions, either externally or from persons accessing the network from within the operation,” he added.

Andre Griffith, founder of technology firm ARK ONLINE said: “In the fight against advanced cyber criminals AI gives control back to the defenders, transforming even the most complex and vulnerable organisation into a resilient, self-defending digital business.”

Andre Griffith said Darktrace has been deployed in 105 countries with a growing adoption in Barbados and the wider Caribbean.

The security solution is scalable to large corporations and small companies as customers pay a monthly fee based on the number of installations attached tothe network.

In recent months, cyber crime came to Barbadian shores when bank customers discovered their deposits were missing. Then a hack into the Government’s registry just over six months ago resulted in the personal information of ctizens being compromised.

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Reviewing Applied DNA Sciences Inc. (APDN)’s and Check Point Software Technologies Ltd …

Both Applied DNA Sciences Inc. (NASDAQ:APDN) and Check Point Software Technologies Ltd. (NASDAQ:CHKP) are Security Software & Services …

Both Applied DNA Sciences Inc. (NASDAQ:APDN) and Check Point Software Technologies Ltd. (NASDAQ:CHKP) are Security Software & Services companies, competing one another. We will contrast their risk, institutional ownership, analyst recommendations, profitability, dividends, earnings and valuation.

Valuation and Earnings

Gross RevenuePrice/Sales RatioNet IncomeEarnings Per SharePrice/Earnings Ratio
Applied DNA Sciences Inc.13.17N/A-0.400.00
Check Point Software Technologies Ltd.1178.78N/A5.1221.86

Table 1 shows top-line revenue, earnings per share and valuation of the two companies.

Profitability

Table 2 has Applied DNA Sciences Inc. and Check Point Software Technologies Ltd.’s net margins, return on equity and return on assets.

Net MarginsReturn on EquityReturn on Assets
Applied DNA Sciences Inc.0.00%0%-217.3%
Check Point Software Technologies Ltd.0.00%21.7%14%

Risk and Volatility

Applied DNA Sciences Inc.’s 0.25 beta indicates that its volatility is 75.00% less volatile than that of Standard & Poor’s 500. Check Point Software Technologies Ltd.’s 22.00% less volatile than Standard & Poor’s 500 which is a result of the 0.78 beta.

Liquidity

The Current Ratio and Quick Ratio of Applied DNA Sciences Inc. are 1.2 and 1.1 respectively. Its competitor Check Point Software Technologies Ltd.’s Current Ratio is 1.6 and its Quick Ratio is 1.6. Check Point Software Technologies Ltd. can pay off short and long-term obligations better than Applied DNA Sciences Inc.

Analyst Ratings

In next table is delivered Applied DNA Sciences Inc. and Check Point Software Technologies Ltd.’s ratings and recommendations.

Sell RatingsHold RatingsBuy RatingsRating Score
Applied DNA Sciences Inc.0000.00
Check Point Software Technologies Ltd.0412.20

On the other hand, Check Point Software Technologies Ltd.’s potential upside is 15.66% and its consensus target price is $129.4.

Insider & Institutional Ownership

The shares of both Applied DNA Sciences Inc. and Check Point Software Technologies Ltd. are owned by institutional investors at 6% and 77.1% respectively. Insiders owned 23.39% of Applied DNA Sciences Inc. shares. Competitively, 24.8% are Check Point Software Technologies Ltd.’s share owned by insiders.

Performance

Here are the Weekly, Monthly, Quarterly, Half Yearly, Yearly and YTD Performance of both pretenders.

Performance (W)Performance (M)Performance (Q)Performance (HY)Performance (Y)Performance (YTD)
Applied DNA Sciences Inc.6.92%-41.53%-51.9%-34.46%-78.55%-25.45%
Check Point Software Technologies Ltd.-1.15%-4.95%-5.65%0.92%-1.4%9.06%

For the past year Applied DNA Sciences Inc. had bearish trend while Check Point Software Technologies Ltd. had bullish trend.

Summary

Check Point Software Technologies Ltd. beats Applied DNA Sciences Inc. on 9 of the 9 factors.

Check Point Software Technologies Ltd. provides hardware and software products and services for IT security worldwide. The company offers a portfolio of network security, endpoint security, data security, and management solutions. It provides security gateways to protect the networks and prevent the threats of enterprises, data centers, and small and large branch offices; security gateway appliances, including platforms for small business and small office locations, high end and high demanding data centers, and perimeter environments; and security management software, which offers security management through a single console that streamlines security operations and provides visibility into policy administration and threat analysis. The company also offers vSEC product line and advanced threat prevention technologies, which enables customers to build a secure infrastructure today and protect future deployments across private and public cloud solutions; and mobile security solutions that protects devices from threats on the device (OS), in apps, and in the network, as well as delivers a threat catch rate for iOS and Android. In addition, it provides threat protection solutions, such as SandBlast Agent and SandBlast Cloud, cloud and endpoint options, and ThreatCloud infrastructure solutions. Further, the company offers technical services, including technical customer support programs and plans; professional services in implementing, upgrading, and optimizing products comprising design planning and security implementation; and certification and educational training services. It sells its products and services to enterprises, service providers, small and medium sized businesses, and consumers through a network of channel partners, such as distributors, resellers, original equipment manufacturers, system integrators, and telcos and managed service providers. Check Point Software Technologies Ltd. was founded in 1993 and is headquartered in Tel Aviv, Israel.

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How legal teams should begin to integrate data analytics into their practice

The Telstra Enterprise legal business partner says that harnessing this data can improve scoping of legal work, thereby providing cost certainty for …

Justine Rowe believes that one of the biggest opportunities in transforming the delivery of legal services lies in harnessing the power of data and data analytics.

“In the new technology-enabled digital world, legal departments and law firms will be able to generate more and more quantitative data,” Rowe says. “Perhaps the most interesting application of this data is its use in predicative analytics: that is, based on what has happened, what is most likely to happen?”

The Telstra Enterprise legal business partner says that harnessing this data can improve scoping of legal work, thereby providing cost certainty for both the provider and the client.

But how do legal teams begin to integrate data analytics into their practice? Rowe offers a good first step for any firm about to embark on the endeavour.

“Understanding the story you want to tell with your data is the most important thing to start with. Ideally, you want to look at what you do, how you do it, how long it takes and how much it costs,” she says. “Once you understand the stories you want to communicate with your data, you need to understand the information systems to that will give it to you – this could be your matter management system, your e-billing system or even your document management system.”

Rowe, in a panel that includes four other legaltech experts, will discuss challenges and opportunities encountered in transforming the delivery of legal services in the upcoming Legal Tech Summit in Melbourne on 29 October. That’s just one in the packed schedule of the one-day event, which will also feature discussions on cybersecurity, design thinking, roadmap development, automated legal services, and much more. Register for the event now and grab savings for early registrants and groups.

“[The Summit] allows legal professionals at all stages of their technology journey to share ideas, learn from each other, and gain insights on how relevant problems to the legal profession are being solved using technology,” Rowe says.

Justine Rowe

Cybersecurity startup Shape Security secures $51 million in growth funding at $1 billion valuation

Enter Shape Security, a cybersecurity startup that is protecting organizations from application fraud and helping companies to be more proactive.

Today, many organizations take a reactive measures to protect their critical assets and prevent themselves against cybersecurity threats. The threat factors have to be analyzed, identified as malicious and ultimately blocked. Enter Shape Security, a cybersecurity startup that is protecting organizations from application fraud and helping companies to be more proactive. Shape provides defense against malicious automated cyber-attacks on web and mobile applications.

Today, Shape announced it has raised $51 million in growth funding to scale its international operations and fuel our AI development. The round, which now values the company at a pre-money valuation of $1 billion, was led by C5 Capital and included returning investors Kleiner Perkins, HPE Growth, Norwest Ventures Partners, Focus Ventures, JetBlue Technology Ventures, Top Tier Capital Partners, and EPIC Ventures. To date, the company has raised a total of $183 million in funding.

Founded in 2011 by Derek Smith, Justin Call, and Sumit Agarwal, the Silicon Valley-based Shape has deflected over $1B in fraud losses for major retailers, financial institutions, airlines, and government agencies. Shape defends the world’s largest enterprises from all types of fraud against their online applications, including more than half of all online banking in North America.

Shape’s fraud prevention platform detects and blocks up to 2 billion fraudulent or unwanted transactions daily, while keeping 200 million legitimate human logins and other interactions safe. Shape provides omnichannel protection for web applications, mobile applications and API interfaces; the company’s mobile SDK is deployed on more than 200 million iOS and Android devices worldwide.

“This investment will help us scale our international operations and fuel our AI development,” said Derek Smith, co-founder and CEO of Shape. “Our new and returning investors, coupled with our continued track record of growth, underscore our vision to protect all enterprises from fraudulent Internet transactions.”

With headquarters in London and offices across Europe and the Middle East, C5 Capital’s involvement will help accelerate Shape’s expansion across the region. The funding will also support continued growth in North America. The late-stage investment comes during a flurry of development and growth for the company.

“Shape’s growth and product innovation is unlike anything we’ve seen in enterprise security,” said André Pienaar, managing partner of C5 Capital. “Shape already protects Internet users at scale by detecting and blocking up to 2 billion fraudulent transactions daily. This new injection of capital will further the company’s global market penetration.”

Shape currently defends the world’s largest enterprises from all types of fraud against their online applications, including more than half of all online banking in North America. Shape also serves global brands across telecommunications, ecommerce, government, travel and hospitality, insurance, and healthcare. As the world leader in online fraud prevention, the company protects more accounts from fraud than all other providers in the space combined.

“Shape is a pioneer and a proven leader in the war against all types of fraudulent internet transactions,” said Ted Schlein, partner at Kleiner Perkins. “The company’s technology is unmatched in its ingenuity and effectiveness. Our investment speaks to the confidence we have in its unique solution, and the vision of its leadership team.”


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