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Information Technology (IT) Security as a Service Market Size 2023 | Historic Data with New Benchmarks till 2030 | No of Pages 119

This extensive report comprises 119 pages and features a detailed table of contents, along with figures and charts that assist thorough analysis. Moreover, the report provides a comprehensive estimation of the market’s pre and post-COVID-19 impact, accompanied by an overview of the current situation in each region.

Information Technology (IT) Security as a Service Market Top Companies (Manufactures) Are as Follow:

Trend Micro Inc.
Symantec Corporation
Kaapagam Technologies
Cisco Systems, Inc.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise
Check Point Software Technologies Ltd.
Fortinet, Inc.
Barracuda Networks
Quick Heal Technologies Ltd.

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The Global Information Technology (IT) Security as a Service market is projected to rise at a significant rate during the forecast period, between 2023 and 2030. In 2022, the market is increasing at a steady rate and with the growing adoption of strategies by key players, the market is expected to rise over


The Role Of The Board In Cybersecurity And Information Technology Governance – Security


Corporate governance encompasses the system of rules and
regulations that governs the affairs of a company. It seeks to
ensure that the financial and non-financial interests of all
stakeholders in the corporate ecosystem are balanced.

t is important to highlight that Corporate Governance is based
on three core principles which are accountability, transparency and
security. For the purpose of this newsletter, our focus will be on
security in relation to information technology as a principle in
Corporate Governance.

Information Technology (IT) is a broad term that involves the
use of technology to communicate, transfer data and process
information. The different trends in information technology include
but are not limited to analytics, automation, artificial
intelligence and cybersecurity1 . The world as we know it today is
controlled by information as these forms the basis for some of our
interactions, transactions, career and social network.

IT governance falls under security principles