Detailed information on the recent and historical DNS Security Software market sizes is provided in a research report. It is also included in the current and projected future potential of the market and current and developing trends in DNS Security Software.
The DNS Security Software market research study forecasts a substantial payback portfolio after the forecast period. The dynamics of the DNS Security Software market are taken into account, as well as various driving variables influencing the marketing chart for this industry sector and the inherent dangers. Additionally, it discusses the industry growth prospects for DNS security software.
1. DNS security software will see an increase in demand.
It was long before the big Covid-19 move towards remote work was expected that research on DNS security industry trends was published in January of this year. Despite this, the research indicated that the DNS security software market was expected to grow at a CAGR of 9.2% between 2020 and 2025. Now that remote access to network resources is a major need for organizations around the world, the CAGR is expected to be much higher than that projection. Because attacks on networks in 2020 increased rapidly.
2. The reach of DNS will expand as more people use it.
A lot more people than I think appreciate the possibilities of DNS security. Most people know that DNS security encrypts DNS requests using DoH or DoT, which is critical. That’s where it all begins. A great DNS security program, on the other hand, can do more and offer a broader range of security. DNS security software, for example, can protect you against phishing attempts. DNS security software can prevent your staff from visiting hacked or dangerous websites by taking advantage of public access lists that track malicious domains.
3. DNS security will become increasingly popular with end users.
As customers become more aware of the issue, they may realize the value of improving their DNS security. Employees will realize how important security is to their organizations again and again as they move to remote work. When it comes to Internet security, the natural next step for these workers is to think about how DNS could help them as customers.
4. Changes in regulation for better data protection in the world beyond the GDPR
Companies around the world have been fighting GDPR compliance since May of last year. GDPR compliant DNS infrastructures have yet to be implemented in many companies. As a result, Gartner predicts that GDPR compliance fines will reach more than $1 billion by 2022.
We are witnessing a wave of regulatory reform as companies adapt to these developments. It is encouraging to see governments in the area establishing their criteria for data compliance with the country’s new cybersecurity law, which takes effect on January 1, 2019. Another country reviewing its cybersecurity legislation is Thailand, which specifies that Critical Information Infrastructure (CII) providers are responsible for ensuring infrastructure is secure against cyberattacks by preparing and protecting it before they occur.
5. The cloud’s reliance on the domain name system
Around the world, cloud services are changing business and increasing productivity and operational efficiency. Access to cloud services and traffic routing to internal and external applications are made possible by DNS services. Despite this apparent connection, cloud service providers often do not protect DNS effectively.
Our 2018 research on DNS attacks by EfficientIP revealed that almost half of companies in Asia-Pacific experienced cloud service outages as a result. The benefits of using cloud services are negated if DNS security is inadequate. It is likely that as cloud services grow in 2019, companies will examine and realize that new methods for business operations require much more than traditional cybersecurity solutions.