Security-as-a-service model gains traction

A new report finds mid-tier companies are increasingly turning to security-as-a-service offerings to manage their network security needs.

By Thor Olavsrud
June 9, 2017

451 Research study also found the following:

  • Data loss prevention, network access control and encryption are the most sought-after cloud-based security capabilities, followed by threat management, application control, SSL decryption and URL filtering.
  • Threat management and branch office enablement and optimization were the top cloud-based security use cases cited by respondents, followed by multiprotocol label switching (MPLS) displacement, MSSP displacement, on-demand security and securing SaaS applications.
  • More than 60 percent of respondents cited legacy IT as the greatest barrier to improving visibility and control within their networks, followed by lack of budget (27 percent).


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