Global Market Study on Automotive Cyber Security: Burgeoning Demand from Mobile Apps, Social Networking, and Cloud to Heighten Growth of Managed Security Services

Automotive Cyber Security  Market
  • Published On : Apr-2018 |
  • Pages : 268 Pages |
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The increasing integration of advanced features and rising adoption of connected vehicles and telematics technology in automobiles are boosting the growth of the global automotive cyber security market. In this report, Persistence Market Research investigates the current trends and ongoing developments in the automotive cyber security market. This report also presents a holistic view on current drivers and challenges in the automotive cyber security market. Additionally, this report draws attention to various opportunities that already exist and are likely to be available in the automotive cyber security market.

Extensive Research Conducted in Order to Reap Valuable Insights on the Current and Prospective Market Scenario

The scope of this market study includes the solutions and services of automotive cyber security. In this report, PMR provides detailed company profiles that include financials, key strategies, and developments of various automotive cyber security solution and service providers, such as SecureWorks Corp., IBM Corporation, Intel Corporation, Verizon Communications, Inc., and Symantec Corporation. The research methodology of this market study includes extensive primary and secondary research. Various surveys were conducted with automotive cyber security solution and services providers and industry experts to understand the value chain and critical driving factors of the automotive cyber security market. Desk research was conducted to identify current market trends and ongoing developments in the market.

Market Segmentation as per Technology and Component Facilitated in This Research Study

The market has been segmented into two broader categories - by technology and by component. The technology segment is further segmented into managed security services, end-point security services, integration services, consulting services, unified threat management, and others. Among these, the consulting services sub-segment is expected to grow at a relatively higher CAGR during the forecast period, owing to the increase in technological advancements in various countries such as the U.S., Germany, India, China, and Japan. The managed security sub-segment captured a market share of 19.5% at the end of 2016. Among the component segments, the services sub-segment is expected to grow at a CAGR of 12.5% during the forecast period, due to the increasing awareness of information security, and the increasing adaptation of advanced technologies such as vehicle-to-vehicle communication and telematics technology by automotive OEMs.

Regional Classification Offers Important Factors Associated with Each Regional Market for Automotive Cyber Security

The expansion of the automotive industry, growth of cyber threats and attacks, and digital transformation of the automotive industry are some of the primary factors which are fueling the growth of the automotive cyber security market. North America is projected to hold more than 40% of the market share in 2018. One of the major reasons for the dominance of North America is the presence of top automotive OEMs and IT solution and service providers. However, the SEA & others market in the APAC region is expected to create more potential growth opportunities in the automotive cyber security market in the coming years, owing to the increasing threat of cyber-attacks in the transportation and automotive systems in India and ASEAN countries.

Various automotive OEMs and IT solution providers are now focused on developing secure IT infrastructure and ecosystems for connected vehicles across the globe. This report also offers some recommendations for market stockholders. In brief, these recommendations encourage consultation between automotive cyber security solution providers, for which technological advancements should be an agenda. All stakeholders in the automotive cyber security market are recommended to work in collaboration and exchange their resources in order to offer advanced and highly efficient automotive cyber security solutions in near future.

The global automotive cyber security market currently values around US$ 460 Mn and is likely to observe stellar growth over the next decade, reaching a value beyond US$ 1 Bn. The global market for automotive cyber security is expected to reach US$ 1,150.6 Mn by 2028 end, at a booming CAGR of 12.1% during the eight-year forecast period. The report has been segmented on the basis of the technology, component, and geography. By region, the automotive cyber security market in Japan is identified to present the most attractive opportunities during the forecast period. Whereas, among the component-based segments, services are anticipated to gain higher traction by 2026 end.

Hefty Revenue Generation Predicted Through Managed Security Services

Based on the technology, the global automotive cyber security market is classified as managed security services, end-point security services, integration services, consulting services, unified threat management, and others. Among all the sub-segments, managed security services has been the dominant segment and it will reportedly continue to capture the largest revenue share of over 19% through to 2026.

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Evolving information security threats compel businesses to deploy a system for round-the-clock monitoring and a top notch network-wide coverage, including cloud solutions, which is presumed to push the demand for managed security services in next few years. Evidently growing adoption by SMEs and exploding demand for social networking and mobile apps security will also play a key role in strengthening this segment through to 2026. Increasing security threats to cloud infrastructure is poised to create multiple growth opportunities for this technology segment. Managed security services, being relatively more agile and cost-effective than others, is slated to gain higher traction during the projection period.

Managed security services segment is estimated to observe robust growth at a CAGR of 12.1% over 2018-2026, followed by consulting services and unified threat management, accounting for a collective value share of around 34% by the end of 2026. Consulting and integration services, and end-point security are likely to gain higher traction in near future, primarily attributed to widespread penetration of connected devices and soaring number of cyber-attacks on industrial control systems. While consulting services segment is foreseen to thrive at the highest CAGR of over 13%, revenues through the end-point security segment is presumed to expand at a CAGR of above 12% between 2018 and 2026.

Increasing ICT Expenditure to Escalate Need for Vehicular Cyber Security 

Predominantly, significantly growing worldwide ICT spending following increasing adoption of connected devices for the Internet usage has been driving the demand for automotive cyber security. Constant innovation and launches of ICT technologies since the past few years will also continue to fuel the global automotive cyber security market in next few years. Technological development by OEMs, coupled with rapid adaptation among SMEs is anticipated to support the growth of market in near future. Increasing digitization has been spurring the incidences of cybercrimes such as cyber-attacks and threats, followed by rising awareness about the need for information security.

Emergence and Innovation of Connected Cars Continue to Foster Growing Demand for Cyber Security

Successful emergence of the connected vehicle ecosystem, and soaring adoption of IoT and cloud technologies is also slated to provide a strong impetus to the market growth. Governments are addressing the connected car ecosystems and setting up regulatory standards for connected car security, which is apprehended to act as a strong factor impacting the prospects of the global automotive cyber security market.

Company Profiles

  • Secure works Corporation
  • IBM Corporation
  • Intel Corporation
  • Verizon Communication Inc.
  • Symantec Corporation
  • Checkpoint Software Technologies Ltd.
  • Microsoft Corporation
  • Sophos Ltd.
  • Trend Micro Incorporated
  • Lockheed Martin Corporation.
  • Others.
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