IDC's Middle East and Africa Security Strategies provides in-depth analysis of cybersecurity trends in the Middle East and Africa (MEA). The research spans hardware, software, services, and people. This service examines cybersecurity market trends and strategies, customer preferences, and purchase behaviors across the region. It presents the unique perspectives of emerging vendors in Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, and the broader continent of Africa, covering areas such as zero trust, attack surface management, ransomware defense, and managed detection and response (MDR). It also covers strategy updates for managed security services providers in the region.
Middle East and Africa Security Strategies
Markets and Subjects Analyzed
- Managed detection and response
- Attack surface management
- Zero trust
- Security operations
- Emerging security vendors
- IDC MarketScape: Middle East and Africa Managed Security Services Market 2023 Vendor Assessment
- IDC PeerScape: Practices to Improve OT Security Posture
- United Arab Emirates Managed Security Services, 2024: Evolving Customer Needs
- South Africa Managed Security Services, 2024: Evolving Customer Needs
- Middle East and Africa Attack Surface Management Market Opportunity, 2024
- United Arab Emirates CISO Threat Management Initiatives and Metrics, 2024
- South Africa Cybersecurity Investment Trends, 2024
In addition to the insight provided in this service, IDC may conduct research on specific topics or emerging market segments via research offerings that require additional IDC funding and client investment.
Key Questions Answered
- What are the growth opportunities for security providers in the Middle East and Africa?
- What is the latest on "hype topics" (e.g., zero trust and DevSecOps) in the Middle East and Africa?
- What are the challenges and priorities of CISOs and security managers in the Middle East and Africa?
- What are leading security providers doing in terms of strategy updates and changes in the Middle East and Africa market?
- How much do enterprises in the Middle East and Africa spend on security hardware and software, professional security services, and managed security services?