Analysts accused of underestimating IT security growth

Tom Wright
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Eight to 10 per cent growth forecast by several market watchers does not account for growing scope of cybersecurity market, according to Cybersecurity Ventures

IT analysts are chronically underestimating the growth in the cybersecurity market, according to research firm Cybersecurity Ventures. In its Q3 market report, Cybersecurity Ventures claims that...

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