Traffic delays approaching for swearing-in of new PM during King’s House

MOTORISTS were yesterday suggested to design delays along a categorical corridors of Hope Road, East Kings House Road and West Kings House Road, in Kingston currently when Prime Minister-designate Andrew Holness will be sworn in during King’s House, during a 4:00 pm ceremony.

Senior Superintendent of Police and Commanding Officer for a Traffic and Highway Division Calvin Allen told JIS News that motorists will be influenced between 2:00 pm and 8:00 pm.

“However, we will safeguard that we accommodate that turn of equilibrium, to promote persons attending a rite during King’s House and a ubiquitous motoring open going about their normal business,” he said.

“There will be restrictions along a categorical embankment area (at King’s House) where usually specifically invited guest will be postulated access. Another organisation will be postulated entrance by a West Kings House embankment entrance adult from a closeness of a Canadian High Commission. General parking will be facilitated along East Kings House Road, where trade officers will be in place to yield a required recommendation and guidance,” Senior Superintendent Allen added.

Allen, meanwhile, has speedy motorists to equivocate a areas mentioned to assistance with a trade upsurge for a ceremony.

The genuine leader of Super Tuesday is Canada


Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau arrives during a news discussion in Ottawa, Canada, Feb 8, 2016. (REUTERS/Chris Wattie)

In a loss hours of Super Tuesday, a American open took note of a few pivotal developments:

Donald Trump was projected to win in at slightest 7 states.

Chris Christie, who endorsed Trump final week, was shown station behind a Republican presidential front-runner wearing an countenance of unmasked horror.

And, a supervision of Canada’s immigration website was experiencing delays.

Coincidence? The Internet didn’t consider so.

By a finish of a night, Trump had cumulative victories in 7 states, good forward of his competitors. But his approval wasn’t apparent on Facebook and Twitter, where users lamented a billionaire genuine estate mogul’s arise and contemplated journey a country.

Long abandoned and called derogative names like “America’s hat,” Canada — that immeasurable area of sleet and maple trees — became the Promised Land.

This newfound approval wasn’t achieved overnight.

The initial rumblings of a northern emigration were listened after Trump announced his presidential run. They strong after a claimant due a sum anathema on Muslims entering a United States. And on Tuesday, as Trump’s assignment became an ever-looming reality, a recklessness reached a heat pitch.

According to Google trends, searches for “How to pierce to Canada” surged as Tuesday’s formula came in. Simon Rogers, a information editor during Google, noted that a phrase’s hunt approval had increasing by 350 percent between 8 p.m. and midnight Eastern.

At midnight, a spike reached 1,500 percent. To quote Trump himself, “Just demeanour during a numbers, approach up!”

The American people are looking for a solution. That resolution now appears to be a Canadian immigration system.

Norm Kelly, a city legislature member in Toronto, remarkable that many of his American supporters were tweeting during him. “Here’s a link,” he responded, giving them a immigration web page.

Canada’s guarantee is contained in some-more than a geographic convenience. As The Washington Post’s Ishaan Tharoor pointed out Monday, Canada’s newly inaugurated primary apportion Justin Trudeau is in many ways a “anti-Trump.”

Whereas Trump revels in name-calling, Trudeau recently acted in a pinkish T-shirt to proclaim: “Kindness is one distance that fits all.”

Whereas Trump has pronounced he is “not a believer” in meridian change, Trudeau has been dynamic to change Canada’s uneven record on environmental policy.

And there can be no larger contrariety between a dual than their particular approaches to a Syrian interloper crisis. Aside from Trump’s call to anathema all Muslims entrance into a United States, he also has pronounced that any refugees who have arrived “as partial of this mass migration” will be sent behind to a war-ravaged country if he is elected.

Last December, Trudeau privately welcomed a initial collection of migrants as partial of a oath to resettle 25,000 Syrian refugees — a debate guarantee that the supervision pronounced it achieved this week.

If all this sounds too good to be true, there’s more: An invitation has already been extended by Canadians to determined Canadians south of a border.

A website combined by radio horde Rob Calabrese shares a splendors (in Canada, that would be “splendours”) of his local Cape Breton Island, a lifelike locality in a nautical range of Nova Scotia.

“If we have a baby, we get paid leave for roughly a year,” Calabrese told the CBC. “If we cut your hand, we can go to a alloy and get stitched adult for free.”

To tip it off, a island also enjoys warmer climates than a rest of a country.

While Calabrese primarily had usually comedic intentions for a site, he told a CBC that he has given perceived several critical inquiries, including one from a Cornell University professor.

“They’re seeking genuine questions about things like a immigration process, a economics,” he said. “It’s been taken severely by some people, that is good and not intended, though I’m going to assistance them out as best we can.”

Spoken like a loyal Canadian.

Not all Trump detractors are considering escape, however. A series of patriots have implored their associate countrymen to conflict holding a easy approach out by streamer north.

“All this s—‘s function and you’re going to contend that to me? I’ve listened this before,” comedian Hari Kondabolu pronounced in prescient stand-up routine four years ago. “‘If Bush wins again, I’m relocating to Canada.’ You’re not relocating to Canada! No one’s relocating to Canada. we hatred to mangle this to you, though Canada doesn’t have a special visa for American magnanimous cowards.”

Kondabolu is right. As of Wednesday morning, no such visa exists.

In fact, it might shortly turn a lot harder for Americans to strech Canada, interjection to a limit wall thought popularized by Trump.

“It’s time to build a wall — a aloft a improved — along a 8,891-kilometer limit with a United States, ” declared a editorial staff of a Globe and Mail, a Canadian inhabitant newspaper, in Aug of final year. “Let us build a Great Wall of Canada.”

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Fight a Traffic Ticket by Mail Without an Attorney

Nobody likes removing a trade ticket, and anticipating a approach out of one isn’t easy.

Most drivers who quarrel their sheet will finish adult in a courtroom in front of a decider or commissioner. They beg their box and face a trade officer who pulled them over. But in California, there is another approach to go to hearing and we never have to step into a courtroom.

It’s called Trial by Declaration.

“You don’t have to compensate for parking, you’re not inconvenienced, you’re not watchful around in a prolonged line with other people,” Geoff Mousseau, a owner of a website ca-ticket.com, said.

Mousseau and his nephew Matthew combined a website to assistance make it easier to quarrel tickets by declaration.

For $89 a ca-ticket.com site walks we by a authorised process. With reference in hand, we follow a drop-down menu, and a website emails we a created stipulation that we pointer and send by purebred mail. Their website does not assistance people with DUI tickets, parking violations or tickets that engage an accident.

“There’s zero difficult about it,” pronounced Mousseau. “If we can write a minute to your grandmother, we can overlay this information up, put it in an pouch and send it off to a court.”

California drivers have been authorised to quarrel their sheet by a mail for scarcely 17 years. In San Diego County, of those people who plea their tickets, 15 percent use a Trial by Declaration method.

“Simply by doing this we have a most larger possibility of prevalent than if we went to hearing on your own,” pronounced Mousseau.

He pronounced with normal trade court, a officer is paid to appear, though in Trial by Declaration it is simply some-more paperwork. If a officer does not respond to a sheet and finish a paperwork it is dismissed.

“We send we a paperwork and we have 25 days to record your matter of what happened,” pronounced Superior Court Executive Officer Mike Roddy. “Once we get that, afterwards a officer has 25 days.”

One of a vital differences with Trial by Declaration is that your minute contingency embody your bail and a volume on a ticket, that can operation from $150 to $500. If we go to normal trade court, we don’t have to compensate a sheet until a preference is done by a judge.

Mousseau pronounced they do not lane people who use their website or keep any identifying information. He pronounced they have usually listened from dual people who have not been successful in severe their tickets.

But what if we lose? The advantage of Trial by Declaration is that we can ask for a earthy hearing and an tangible hearing if we don’t like a formula of a hearing by mail method: definition we get a second chance.

Alabamavotes.gov slammed by high traffic: How to find polling place a out-of-date way

If trade on a Alabamavotes.gov website is any indication, audience in a state will live adult to a lofty predictions.

While that’s a good sign, increasing interests in a primary competition is causing issues with a Secretary of State’s website facilities that shows people their polling location. The site has been operative off and on all morning and officials during a Secretary of State John Merrill’s Office pronounced they are wakeful of a problems and are operative to solve a issues.

Alabama presidential primary 2016: How can we find my polling place?

Don’t let a website issues keep we from going to a polls, though. Board of Registrars offices in any county can yield we with your polling plcae and other information. You can find a hit information for your county’s Board of Registrars here.

And don’t worry – that couple is operative fine.

Hugh Hefner continues to behind Chicago high propagandize newspaper

CHICAGO — Playboy repository owner Hugh Hefner has renewed a extend to account a tyro journal during a Chicago high propagandize he attended.

The Chicago Sun-Times reports that Hefner done a joining to Steinmetz College Prep final week. He will continue to present $7,500 a year for another 5 years to cover copy costs. Hefner began a oath to his alma mater in 2010.

About dual months ago, Steinmetz Star tyro reporters clashed with a school’s principal over allegations of censorship.

In December, students wanted to tell a story about after exclusion times. The principal says he hold a square so students could make it reduction “one-sided.” The story was eventually published on a front page.

The Sun-Times says Hefner was a Steinmetz Star contributor and cartoonist before graduating in 1944.

In October, Playboy announced it was scraping nakedness from a magazine.

Despite a success, Playboy suffered from a Internet blast in that publishing is both giveaway and easy to find, reported CBS News’ Anthony Mason. The magazine’s dissemination forsaken from some-more than five-and-a-half million in 1975 to about 800,000 readers today.

Playboy pronounced their new proceed will throw a nakedness and boost a tender intimacy. When a repository private nakedness from a website final year, web trade jumped from about 4 million to about 16 million singular users per month.

Global Web Content Filtering Industry








<!– Paragraph before: LONDON, Feb. 29, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — This news analyzes a worldwide markets for Web Content Filtering in US$ Thousand. The news provides apart extensive analytics for a US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, and Rest of World. Annual estimates and forecasts are supposing for a duration 2014 by 2020. Also, a seven-year ancestral investigate is supposing for these markets. Market information and analytics are subsequent from primary and delegate research. Company profiles are essentially formed on open domain information including association URLs. The news profiles 65 companies including many pivotal and niche players such as –

Alps System Integration Co., Ltd.
Barracuda Networks, Inc.
Beijing NetentSec, Inc.
Bloxx Ltd.
Blue Coat Systems, Inc.

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I. INTRODUCTION, METHODOLOGY PRODUCT DEFINITIONS

Study Reliability and Reporting Limitations I-1 Disclaimers………….. I-2 Data Interpretation Reporting Level I-2 Quantitative Techniques Analytics I-3 Product Definitions and Scope of Study I-3

II. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

1. INDUSTRY OVERVIEW………….. II-1 The Internet Connected World and a Share of Challenges II-1 Table 1: Top Reported Cases of Data Breaches Worldwide (2014): Breakdown of a Estimated Loss (in US$ Million) by Company (includes analogous Graph/Chart) II-3 Cyber Security Tools Gain Prominence amid Growing Online Security Issues………….. II-4 Web Content Filtering – A Growing Segment in Cyber Security Market………….. II-4 Market Outlook………….. II-6 Web Filtering Solutions Find Steady Growth Prospects II-6 Developed Markets Lead while Developing Regions to Lend Traction II-6 Corporate Information Assets – Vulnerable as Ever II-7 Increasing Web 2.0 E-Mail Threats Boost Demand for Content Filtering Products………….. II-8 Industry Moves to New Approaches in Web-traffic Filtering and Categorization………….. II-9 Content Filtering Functionality Sees Paradigm Shift II-10 Static Website Blacklists No Longer Solve a Purpose II-10 Conflicting Web Needs Drive Need for Flexible Solutions II-11 Individual Filtering Solutions See Changes in Functionality in Response to Evolving Needs…………..II-11 Complimentary Endpoint Web Filtering Technique Gains Favor II-12 Endpoint Web Filtering Extends Infection Risk Control Beyond Organizational Networks…………..II-12 Upgradeability Capabilities Come to a Fore with Growing Bandwidth Usage………….. II-13 Integration of Multiple Functions in Content Filtering Solutions – The Present Trend, Advantages and Issues II-13 Content Filtering an Integral partial of Unified Threat Management (UTM)………….. II-14 XTMs Emerge as More Potential Tool II-15 Disaggregation of Filtering Administration Gains Importance II-15 Email Filtering – Largely Focused on Incoming Emails II-16 Messaging Security – A Growing Secure Content Management Solution II-16 Table 2: Principal Factors Influencing Installation of Web/E-mail Monitoring in Organizations (includes analogous Graph/Chart)…………..II-17 Increasing IMing Drives Need for IM Filtering II-17 VoIP Filtering Gains Popularity…………..II-18 Inherent Inefficiencies in On-Premise Implementations Drives Demand for Cloud Solutions…………..II-18 Key Disadvantages of On-site Security Implementations II-19 Web Content Filtering – Concerns and Challenges II-20 Risks of Latency – A Major Challenge Ahead II-21 A Review of a Competitive Landscape II-21 Table 3: Leading Players in Global Content Security Gateway Market (2014): Percentage Share Breakdown of Revenues for Blue Coat, Cisco, McAfee, Symantec, Trend Micro, Websense, and Others (includes analogous Graph/Chart) II-21

2. KEY MARKET DRIVERS………….. II-22 Expanding Internet User Base Generates Significant Market Opportunities………….. II-22 Table 4: Number of Internet Users (in Billion) and Penetration Rate for Years 2001, 2011, 2013 2015 (includes analogous Graph/Chart)…………..II-23 Rise in Magnitude of Cyber Crime to Drive Adoption of Web Content Filtering…………..II-23 Table 5: World Cyber Attacks by Victim Nations (2014): Percentage Breakdown of Volume of Cyber Attacks for Australia, Germany, New Zealand, UK, US and Others (includes analogous Graph/Chart)…………..II-25

Table 6: World Internet Application Attacks by Originating Nations (2015): Percentage Breakdown of Volume of Cyber Attacks for China, Brazil, Bulgaria, Russia, US and Others (includes analogous Graph/Chart) II-25

Table 7: World Cyber Attacks Distribution by Application (2015): Percentage Breakdown of Number of Attacks for Adobe Reader, Adobe Flash Player, Android, Browsers, Java and Office (includes analogous Graph/Chart) II-26 Increasing Prevalence of Malware to Drive Robust Demand for Web Filtering………….. II-26 Table 8: World Malware on a Web (2015): Percentage Share Breakdown of Leading Countries Hosting Malware on a Web (includes analogous Graph/Chart) II-27 Trojan: Fastest Growing Data-Stealing Malware II-27 APTs Emerge as a New Sophisticated Threat – Create Business Case for Web Content Filtering…………..II-27 Hactivism on a Prowl – Creates Need for Efficient Cyber Security Solutions………….. II-27 Growing Use of Advanced Digital Platforms Make Enterprises Highly Vulnerable to Security Threats II-28 Growing BYOD Phenomenon Drives Adoption of Web Content Filtering Solutions…………..II-28 Growth in Adoption of Mobile End-Points in Enterprises Make Enterprise Endpoint Security a Major Necessity II-29 Table 9: Global Worker Population (2013 2017): Percentage Share Breakdown of Number of Workers by Nature of Work (includes analogous Graph/Chart) II-30

Table 10: Global Mobile Worker Population (2013 2017): Percentage Share Breakdown of Number of Mobile Workers by Nature of Work (includes analogous Graph/Chart) II-30

Table 11: Global Mobile Workforce (2015): Percentage Share Breakdown of Number of Mobile Workers by Region (includes analogous Graph/Chart)…………..II-31 Security Solutions Focusing on Smartphone Security Gains Rapid Adoption………….. II-31 Table 12: Global Smartphones market: Annual Sales Figures (in Billion Units) for Years 2013, 2015, 2018 2020 (includes analogous Graph/Chart)…………..II-31

Table 13: Smartphone Penetration Worldwide (as a Percentage of Total Population) for Major Countries: 2014E (includes analogous Graph/Chart)…………..II-32 Industry Still Underprepared to Tackle Mobile Security Concerns II-32 Threat from Social Networking Sites Drives Demand for Information Security Solutions…………..II-33 Avoiding Unnecessary Costs – Key Rationale for Adoption of IT Security Solutions………….. II-34 Small and Mid-Sized Businesses – A Lucrative Market Segment II-34 Regulatory Compliance Requirements Continue to Drive Demand for Web Filtering Solutions…………..II-34

3. PRODUCT OVERVIEW………….. II-36 Web Content Filtering – Definition II-36 Modern Security Threats to IT Infrastructure II-36 Phishing………….. II-36 Spear Phishing………….. II-36 Spyware………….. II-37 Pharming………….. II-37 Viruses Worms………….. II-37 SPAM and SPIM………….. II-37 Trojan Horses………….. II-37 Attacks on Infrastructure…………..II-37 Business Information Leakage…………..II-37 Bots………….. II-38 Media for Web Attacks…………..II-38 Email………….. II-38 Instant messaging…………..II-38 Peer-to-Peer Networks…………..II-38 Drive-by Downloads………….. II-38 Social Networking…………..II-38 Mobile Devices………….. II-39 Web Access Control Implementation – A Peek into Salient Elements II-39 Key Technique in Web Content Filtering II-39 IP Filtering………….. II-39 URL Filtering………….. II-39 Keyword Filtering………….. II-40 File Type Filtering…………..II-40

4. PRODUCT INNOVATIONS/INTRODUCTIONS II-41 tyntec Unveils SMS Firewall Solution for MNOs II-41 Sophos Launches Cloud-Based Secure Web Gateway II-41 Bloxx to Enter Cloud-Based Filtering with Tru-View Cloud II-41 Comodo Rolls Out Updated Versions of UTM Solutions II-41 Bloxx Unveils New Version of a Email Filter, Featuring Image Analysis Functionality…………..II-41 ContentKeeper Introduces TurboBridge Web Filtering Technology II-41 Bloxx Rolls Out Web Filtering and Security Solution for MSSPs II-42 Safernet Releases Cloud-Based DNS Web Filtering System II-42 Bloxx Launches New Versions of Web Filter and Secure Web Gateway Solutions…………..II-42 Qustodio Unveils Qustodio Professional Content Filtering Solution II-42 Exinda and iomartcloud Launch Exinda Content Filter II-42 iomartcloud and Exinda Launch Web Filtering Solution for Enterprises and Educational Institutions II-42 GWAVA Introduces New Version of GWAVA Messaging Security II-43 Yandex Rolls Out Public DNS Service II-43 Fortinet Launches New Version of FortiMail Operating System II-43

5. RECENT INDUSTRY ACTIVITY…………..II-44 Blue Coat Systems Acquires Elastica II-44 Akamai Takes Over Bloxx…………..II-44 Bloxx Inks Distribution Partnership with Siracom for UK II-44 Bloxx Chooses SMS Tech As Value Added Partner for US Market II-44 Blue Coat Takes Over Perspecsys…………..II-44 Raytheon and Vista Equity Partners form Raytheon|Websense II-44 Bain Capital Takes Over Blue Coat Systems II-44 BluePrint and Lavasoft Integrate URL Content Filtering in to Lavasoft’s Ad-Aware Total Security II-45 Blue Coat Takes Over Norman Shark II-45 McAfee Signs Partnership with Blackhorse IT for Dubai II-45 Comviva Inks Deal with AdaptiveMobile II-45

6. FOCUS ON SELECT PLAYERS…………..II-46 Alps System Integration Co., Ltd. (Japan) II-46 Barracuda Networks, Inc. (US)…………..II-46 Beijing NetentSec, Inc. (China)…………..II-47 Bloxx Ltd. (UK)………….. II-47 Blue Coat Systems, Inc. (US)…………..II-47 Cisco Systems, Inc. (US)…………..II-48 ContentKeeper Technologies Pty. Ltd. (Australia) II-48 Digital Arts Inc. (Japan)…………..II-49 Forcepoint LLC (US)………….. II-49 Fortinet, Inc. (US)………….. II-50 Kaspersky Lab (Russia)…………..II-50 McAfee, Inc. (US)………….. II-51 Palo Alto Networks, Inc. (US)…………..II-52 Sangfor Technologies Co., Ltd. (China) II-53 Sophos Ltd. (UK)………….. II-53 Symantec Corporation (US)…………..II-54 Trend Micro Incorporated (Japan) II-54 Zscaler, Inc. (US)…………..II-55

7. GLOBAL MARKET PERSPECTIVE…………..II-56 Table 14: World Recent Past, Current Future Analysis for Web Content Filtering by Geographic Region – US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Latin America and Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2014 by 2020 (includes analogous Graph/Chart)…………..II-56

Table 15: World Historic Review for Web Content Filtering by Geographic Region – US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Latin America and Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2007 by 2013 (includes analogous Graph/Chart)………….. II-57

Table 16: World 14-Year Perspective for Web Content Filtering by Geographic Region – Percentage Breakdown of Revenues for US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Latin America and Rest of World Markets for Years 2007, 2015 2020 (includes analogous Graph/Chart) II-58

III. MARKET

1. THE UNITED STATES………….. III-1 A.Market Analysis………….. III-1 Current Future Analysis…………..III-1 An Overview………….. III-1 Rising Cyber Security Issues in a US III-2 Table 17: US Cyber Security Scenario (Fisc 2015): Percentage Share Breakdown of Number of Incidents in Critical Infrastructure Sectors (includes analogous Graph/Chart)………….. III-2 Identity Theft: A Growing Menace in a US III-2 Product Launches…………..III-3 Strategic Corporate Developments III-3 Key Players………….. III-5 B.Market Analytics…………..III-10 Table 18: US Recent Past, Current Future Analysis for Web Content Filtering Market Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2014 by 2020 (includes analogous Graph/Chart) III-10

Table 19: US Historic Review for Web Content Filtering Market Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2007 by 2013 (includes analogous Graph/Chart)………….. III-11

2. CANADA………….. III-12 A.Market Analysis………….. III-12 Current Future Analysis…………..III-12 Market Overview………….. III-12 Product Launch………….. III-12 B.Market Analytics…………..III-13 Table 20: Canadian Recent Past, Current Future Analysis for Web Content Filtering Market Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2014 by 2020 (includes analogous Graph/Chart) III-13

Table 21: Canadian Historic Review for Web Content Filtering Market Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2007 by 2013 (includes analogous Graph/Chart)………….. III-14

3. JAPAN………….. III-15 A.MARKET ANALYSIS………….. III-15 Current Future Analysis…………..III-15 Information Security Market – A Primer III-15 Secure Content Threat Management Gains Focus III-15 Favorable Regulatory Environment Drives Demand III-16 Domestic Players Lead Japanese Web Content Filtering Market III-16 Key Players………….. III-17 B.Market Analytics…………..III-19 Table 22: Japanese Recent Past, Current Future Analysis for Web Content Filtering Market Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2014 by 2020 (includes analogous Graph/Chart) III-19

Table 23: Japanese Historic Review for Web Content Filtering Market Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2007 by 2013 (includes analogous Graph/Chart)………….. III-20

4. EUROPE………….. III-21 A.Market Analysis………….. III-21 Current Future Analysis…………..III-21 Market Overview………….. III-21 Strong Uptake in a SME Sector to Fuel European Email Security Growth…………..III-22 Regulatory Environment…………..III-22 B.Market Analytics…………..III-23 Table 24: European Recent Past, Current Future Analysis for Web Content Filtering by Geographic Region – France, Germany, Italy, UK, Spain, Russia and Rest of Europe Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2014 by 2020 (includes analogous Graph/Chart)………….. III-23

Table 25: European Historic Review for Web Content Filtering by Geographic Region – France, Germany, Italy, UK, Spain, Russia and Rest of Europe Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2007 by 2013 (includes analogous Graph/Chart) III-24

Table 26: European 14-Year Perspective for Web Content Filtering by Geographic Region – Percentage Breakdown of Revenues for France, Germany, Italy, UK, Spain, Russia and Rest of Europe Markets for Years 2007, 2015 2020 (includes analogous Graph/Chart)…………..III-25

4a. FRANCE………….. III-26 A.Market Analysis………….. III-26 Current Future Analysis…………..III-26 An Overview of a Information Security Market III-26 B.Market Analytics…………..III-27 Table 27: French Recent Past, Current Future Analysis for Web Content Filtering Market Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2014 by 2020 (includes analogous Graph/Chart) III-27

Table 28: French Historic Review for Web Content Filtering Market Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2007 by 2013 (includes analogous Graph/Chart)………….. III-28

4b. GERMANY………….. III-29 A.Market Analysis………….. III-29 Current Future Analysis…………..III-29 Product Launch………….. III-29 B.Market Analytics…………..III-30 Table 29: German Recent Past, Current Future Analysis for Web Content Filtering Market Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2014 by 2020 (includes analogous Graph/Chart) III-30

Table 30: German Historic Review for Web Content Filtering Market Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2007 by 2013 (includes analogous Graph/Chart)………….. III-31

4c. ITALY………….. III-32 A.Market Analysis………….. III-32 Current Future Analysis…………..III-32 Cyber Security Market – An Overview III-32 B.Market Analytics…………..III-33 Table 31: Italian Recent Past, Current Future Analysis for Web Content Filtering Market Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2014 by 2020 (includes analogous Graph/Chart) III-33

Table 32: Italian Historic Review for Web Content Filtering Market Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2007 by 2013 (includes analogous Graph/Chart)………….. III-34

4d. THE UNITED KINGDOM…………..III-35 A.Market Analysis………….. III-35 Current Future Analysis…………..III-35 Market Overview………….. III-35 Product Launches…………..III-35 Strategic Corporate Developments III-36 Key Players………….. III-37 B.Market Analytics…………..III-38 Table 33: UK Recent Past, Current Future Analysis for Web Content Filtering Market Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2014 by 2020 (includes analogous Graph/Chart) III-38

Table 34: UK Historic Review for Web Content Filtering Market Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2007 by 2013 (includes analogous Graph/Chart)………….. III-39

4e. SPAIN………….. III-40 A.Market Analysis………….. III-40 Current Future Analysis…………..III-40 Product Launch………….. III-40 B.Market Analytics…………..III-41 Table 35: Spanish Recent Past, Current Future Analysis for Web Content Filtering Market Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2014 by 2020 (includes analogous Graph/Chart) III-41

Table 36: Spanish Historic Review for Web Content Filtering Market Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2007 by 2013 (includes analogous Graph/Chart)………….. III-42

4f. RUSSIA………….. III-43 A.Market Analysis………….. III-43 Current Future Analysis…………..III-43 Product Launch………….. III-43 Key Player………….. III-43 B.Market Analytics…………..III-44 Table 37: Russian Recent Past, Current Future Analysis for Web Content Filtering Market Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2014 by 2020 (includes analogous Graph/Chart) III-44

Table 38: Russian Historic Review for Web Content Filtering Market Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2007 by 2013 (includes analogous Graph/Chart)………….. III-45

4g. REST OF EUROPE………….. III-46 Market Analysis………….. III-46 Table 39: Rest of Europe Recent Past, Current Future Analysis for Web Content Filtering Market Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2014 by 2020 (includes analogous Graph/Chart) III-46

Table 40: Rest of Europe Historic Review for Web Content Filtering Market Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2007 by 2013 (includes analogous Graph/Chart)………….. III-47

5. ASIA-PACIFIC………….. III-48 A.Market Analysis………….. III-48 Significant Growth on Cards for Web Content Filtering Solutions III-48 Rising Investments in Web Filtering III-49 Public Sector – A Major End-User of Web Content Filtering Solutions………….. III-49 Increasing Focus on Better Value Proposition for Investments in Web Content Filtering Solutions III-50 Despite Weak Regulations, Web Filtering Gains Relevance III-50 Global Players Expand Reach, Stir Up Competition III-50 A Note on Leading Vendors…………..III-51 B.Market Analytics…………..III-52 Table 41: Asia-Pacific Recent Past, Current Future Analysis for Web Content Filtering by Geographic Region – China, India and Rest of Asia-Pacific Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2014 by 2020 (includes analogous Graph/Chart) III-52

Table 42: Asia-Pacific Historic Review for Web Content Filtering by Geographic Region – China, India and Rest of Asia-Pacific Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2007 by 2013 (includes analogous Graph/Chart) III-53

Table 43: Asia-Pacific 14-Year Perspective for Web Content Filtering by Geographic Region – Percentage Breakdown of Revenues for China, India and Rest of Asia-Pacific Markets for Years 2007, 2015 2020 (includes analogous Graph/Chart)………….. III-54

5a. CHINA………….. III-55 A.Market Analysis………….. III-55 Current Future Analysis…………..III-55 Market Overview………….. III-55 Regulatory Overview…………..III-55 Domestic Players Rule a Roost III-56 Key Players………….. III-56 B.Market Analytics…………..III-58 Table 44: Chinese Recent Past, Current Future Analysis for Web Content Filtering Market Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2014 by 2020 (includes analogous Graph/Chart) III-58

Table 45: Chinese Historic Review for Web Content Filtering Market Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2007 by 2013 (includes analogous Graph/Chart)………….. III-59

5b. INDIA………….. III-60 A.Market Analysis………….. III-60 Current Future Analysis…………..III-60 Market Overview………….. III-60 Factors Driving Growth…………..III-60 Issues Challenges…………..III-61 Growing Demand for Security Software Solutions III-61 Strategic Corporate Development III-62 B.Market Analytics…………..III-62 Table 46: Indian Recent Past, Current Future Analysis for Web Content Filtering Market Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2014 by 2020 (includes analogous Graph/Chart) III-62

Table 47: Indian Historic Review for Web Content Filtering Market Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2007 by 2013 (includes analogous Graph/Chart)………….. III-63

5c. REST OF ASIA-PACIFIC…………..III-64 A.Market Analysis………….. III-64 Current Future Analysis…………..III-64 Overview of Information Security Solutions Market in Select Countries………….. III-64 South Korea………….. III-64 Taiwan………….. III-64 Product Launch………….. III-65 Key Player………….. III-65 B.Market Analytics…………..III-66 Table 48: Rest of Asia-Pacific Recent Past, Current Future Analysis for Web Content Filtering Market Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2014 by 2020 (includes analogous Graph/Chart) III-66

Table 49: Rest of Asia-Pacific Historic Review for Web Content Filtering Market Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2007 by 2013 (includes analogous Graph/Chart) III-67

6. LATIN AMERICA………….. III-68 A.Market Analysis………….. III-68 Current Future Analysis…………..III-68 Information Security Market Shows Steady Growth III-68 B.Market Analytics…………..III-69 Table 50: Latin American Recent Past, Current Future Analysis for Web Content Filtering by Geographic Region – Brazil and Rest of Latin American Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2014 by 2020 (includes analogous Graph/Chart) III-69

Table 51: Latin American Historic Review for Web Content Filtering by Geographic Region – Brazil and Rest of Latin American Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2007 by 2013 (includes analogous Graph/Chart) III-70

Table 52: Latin American 14-Year Perspective for Web Content Filtering by Geographic Region – Percentage Breakdown of Revenues for Brazil and Rest of Latin American Markets for Years 2007, 2015 2020 (includes analogous Graph/Chart) III-71

7. REST OF WORLD………….. III-72 A.Market Analysis………….. III-72 Security Software Market in Gulf States on a Rise III-72 Demand for Security Software Gains Traction in South Africa III-72 Product Launch………….. III-72 Strategic Corporate Development III-72 B.Market Analytics…………..III-73 Table 53: Rest of World Recent Past, Current Future Analysis for Web Content Filtering Market Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2014 by 2020 (includes analogous Graph/Chart) III-73

Table 54: Rest of World Historic Review for Web Content Filtering Market Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2007 by 2013 (includes analogous Graph/Chart)………….. III-74

IV. COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE

Total Companies Profiled: 65 (including Divisions/Subsidiaries – 69)

The United States (35) Canada (3) Japan (3) Europe (18) – France (2) – Germany (2) – The United Kingdom (6) – Spain (2) – Rest of Europe (6) Asia-Pacific (Excluding Japan) (6) Middle-East (3) Africa (1)
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Alps System Integration Co., Ltd.
Barracuda Networks, Inc.
Beijing NetentSec, Inc.
Bloxx Ltd.
Blue Coat Systems, Inc.

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I. INTRODUCTION, METHODOLOGY PRODUCT DEFINITIONS

Study Reliability and Reporting Limitations I-1 Disclaimers………….. I-2 Data Interpretation Reporting Level I-2 Quantitative Techniques Analytics I-3 Product Definitions and Scope of Study I-3

II. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

1. INDUSTRY OVERVIEW………….. II-1 The Internet Connected World and a Share of Challenges II-1 Table 1: Top Reported Cases of Data Breaches Worldwide (2014): Breakdown of a Estimated Loss (in US$ Million) by Company (includes analogous Graph/Chart) II-3 Cyber Security Tools Gain Prominence amid Growing Online Security Issues………….. II-4 Web Content Filtering – A Growing Segment in Cyber Security Market………….. II-4 Market Outlook………….. II-6 Web Filtering Solutions Find Steady Growth Prospects II-6 Developed Markets Lead while Developing Regions to Lend Traction II-6 Corporate Information Assets – Vulnerable as Ever II-7 Increasing Web 2.0 E-Mail Threats Boost Demand for Content Filtering Products………….. II-8 Industry Moves to New Approaches in Web-traffic Filtering and Categorization………….. II-9 Content Filtering Functionality Sees Paradigm Shift II-10 Static Website Blacklists No Longer Solve a Purpose II-10 Conflicting Web Needs Drive Need for Flexible Solutions II-11 Individual Filtering Solutions See Changes in Functionality in Response to Evolving Needs…………..II-11 Complimentary Endpoint Web Filtering Technique Gains Favor II-12 Endpoint Web Filtering Extends Infection Risk Control Beyond Organizational Networks…………..II-12 Upgradeability Capabilities Come to a Fore with Growing Bandwidth Usage………….. II-13 Integration of Multiple Functions in Content Filtering Solutions – The Present Trend, Advantages and Issues II-13 Content Filtering an Integral partial of Unified Threat Management (UTM)………….. II-14 XTMs Emerge as More Potential Tool II-15 Disaggregation of Filtering Administration Gains Importance II-15 Email Filtering – Largely Focused on Incoming Emails II-16 Messaging Security – A Growing Secure Content Management Solution II-16 Table 2: Principal Factors Influencing Installation of Web/E-mail Monitoring in Organizations (includes analogous Graph/Chart)…………..II-17 Increasing IMing Drives Need for IM Filtering II-17 VoIP Filtering Gains Popularity…………..II-18 Inherent Inefficiencies in On-Premise Implementations Drives Demand for Cloud Solutions…………..II-18 Key Disadvantages of On-site Security Implementations II-19 Web Content Filtering – Concerns and Challenges II-20 Risks of Latency – A Major Challenge Ahead II-21 A Review of a Competitive Landscape II-21 Table 3: Leading Players in Global Content Security Gateway Market (2014): Percentage Share Breakdown of Revenues for Blue Coat, Cisco, McAfee, Symantec, Trend Micro, Websense, and Others (includes analogous Graph/Chart) II-21

2. KEY MARKET DRIVERS………….. II-22 Expanding Internet User Base Generates Significant Market Opportunities………….. II-22 Table 4: Number of Internet Users (in Billion) and Penetration Rate for Years 2001, 2011, 2013 2015 (includes analogous Graph/Chart)…………..II-23 Rise in Magnitude of Cyber Crime to Drive Adoption of Web Content Filtering…………..II-23 Table 5: World Cyber Attacks by Victim Nations (2014): Percentage Breakdown of Volume of Cyber Attacks for Australia, Germany, New Zealand, UK, US and Others (includes analogous Graph/Chart)…………..II-25

Table 6: World Internet Application Attacks by Originating Nations (2015): Percentage Breakdown of Volume of Cyber Attacks for China, Brazil, Bulgaria, Russia, US and Others (includes analogous Graph/Chart) II-25

Table 7: World Cyber Attacks Distribution by Application (2015): Percentage Breakdown of Number of Attacks for Adobe Reader, Adobe Flash Player, Android, Browsers, Java and Office (includes analogous Graph/Chart) II-26 Increasing Prevalence of Malware to Drive Robust Demand for Web Filtering………….. II-26 Table 8: World Malware on a Web (2015): Percentage Share Breakdown of Leading Countries Hosting Malware on a Web (includes analogous Graph/Chart) II-27 Trojan: Fastest Growing Data-Stealing Malware II-27 APTs Emerge as a New Sophisticated Threat – Create Business Case for Web Content Filtering…………..II-27 Hactivism on a Prowl – Creates Need for Efficient Cyber Security Solutions………….. II-27 Growing Use of Advanced Digital Platforms Make Enterprises Highly Vulnerable to Security Threats II-28 Growing BYOD Phenomenon Drives Adoption of Web Content Filtering Solutions…………..II-28 Growth in Adoption of Mobile End-Points in Enterprises Make Enterprise Endpoint Security a Major Necessity II-29 Table 9: Global Worker Population (2013 2017): Percentage Share Breakdown of Number of Workers by Nature of Work (includes analogous Graph/Chart) II-30

Table 10: Global Mobile Worker Population (2013 2017): Percentage Share Breakdown of Number of Mobile Workers by Nature of Work (includes analogous Graph/Chart) II-30

Table 11: Global Mobile Workforce (2015): Percentage Share Breakdown of Number of Mobile Workers by Region (includes analogous Graph/Chart)…………..II-31 Security Solutions Focusing on Smartphone Security Gains Rapid Adoption………….. II-31 Table 12: Global Smartphones market: Annual Sales Figures (in Billion Units) for Years 2013, 2015, 2018 2020 (includes analogous Graph/Chart)…………..II-31

Table 13: Smartphone Penetration Worldwide (as a Percentage of Total Population) for Major Countries: 2014E (includes analogous Graph/Chart)…………..II-32 Industry Still Underprepared to Tackle Mobile Security Concerns II-32 Threat from Social Networking Sites Drives Demand for Information Security Solutions…………..II-33 Avoiding Unnecessary Costs – Key Rationale for Adoption of IT Security Solutions………….. II-34 Small and Mid-Sized Businesses – A Lucrative Market Segment II-34 Regulatory Compliance Requirements Continue to Drive Demand for Web Filtering Solutions…………..II-34

3. PRODUCT OVERVIEW………….. II-36 Web Content Filtering – Definition II-36 Modern Security Threats to IT Infrastructure II-36 Phishing………….. II-36 Spear Phishing………….. II-36 Spyware………….. II-37 Pharming………….. II-37 Viruses Worms………….. II-37 SPAM and SPIM………….. II-37 Trojan Horses………….. II-37 Attacks on Infrastructure…………..II-37 Business Information Leakage…………..II-37 Bots………….. II-38 Media for Web Attacks…………..II-38 Email………….. II-38 Instant messaging…………..II-38 Peer-to-Peer Networks…………..II-38 Drive-by Downloads………….. II-38 Social Networking…………..II-38 Mobile Devices………….. II-39 Web Access Control Implementation – A Peek into Salient Elements II-39 Key Technique in Web Content Filtering II-39 IP Filtering………….. II-39 URL Filtering………….. II-39 Keyword Filtering………….. II-40 File Type Filtering…………..II-40

4. PRODUCT INNOVATIONS/INTRODUCTIONS II-41 tyntec Unveils SMS Firewall Solution for MNOs II-41 Sophos Launches Cloud-Based Secure Web Gateway II-41 Bloxx to Enter Cloud-Based Filtering with Tru-View Cloud II-41 Comodo Rolls Out Updated Versions of UTM Solutions II-41 Bloxx Unveils New Version of a Email Filter, Featuring Image Analysis Functionality…………..II-41 ContentKeeper Introduces TurboBridge Web Filtering Technology II-41 Bloxx Rolls Out Web Filtering and Security Solution for MSSPs II-42 Safernet Releases Cloud-Based DNS Web Filtering System II-42 Bloxx Launches New Versions of Web Filter and Secure Web Gateway Solutions…………..II-42 Qustodio Unveils Qustodio Professional Content Filtering Solution II-42 Exinda and iomartcloud Launch Exinda Content Filter II-42 iomartcloud and Exinda Launch Web Filtering Solution for Enterprises and Educational Institutions II-42 GWAVA Introduces New Version of GWAVA Messaging Security II-43 Yandex Rolls Out Public DNS Service II-43 Fortinet Launches New Version of FortiMail Operating System II-43

5. RECENT INDUSTRY ACTIVITY…………..II-44 Blue Coat Systems Acquires Elastica II-44 Akamai Takes Over Bloxx…………..II-44 Bloxx Inks Distribution Partnership with Siracom for UK II-44 Bloxx Chooses SMS Tech As Value Added Partner for US Market II-44 Blue Coat Takes Over Perspecsys…………..II-44 Raytheon and Vista Equity Partners form Raytheon|Websense II-44 Bain Capital Takes Over Blue Coat Systems II-44 BluePrint and Lavasoft Integrate URL Content Filtering in to Lavasoft’s Ad-Aware Total Security II-45 Blue Coat Takes Over Norman Shark II-45 McAfee Signs Partnership with Blackhorse IT for Dubai II-45 Comviva Inks Deal with AdaptiveMobile II-45

6. FOCUS ON SELECT PLAYERS…………..II-46 Alps System Integration Co., Ltd. (Japan) II-46 Barracuda Networks, Inc. (US)…………..II-46 Beijing NetentSec, Inc. (China)…………..II-47 Bloxx Ltd. (UK)………….. II-47 Blue Coat Systems, Inc. (US)…………..II-47 Cisco Systems, Inc. (US)…………..II-48 ContentKeeper Technologies Pty. Ltd. (Australia) II-48 Digital Arts Inc. (Japan)…………..II-49 Forcepoint LLC (US)………….. II-49 Fortinet, Inc. (US)………….. II-50 Kaspersky Lab (Russia)…………..II-50 McAfee, Inc. (US)………….. II-51 Palo Alto Networks, Inc. (US)…………..II-52 Sangfor Technologies Co., Ltd. (China) II-53 Sophos Ltd. (UK)………….. II-53 Symantec Corporation (US)…………..II-54 Trend Micro Incorporated (Japan) II-54 Zscaler, Inc. (US)…………..II-55

7. GLOBAL MARKET PERSPECTIVE…………..II-56 Table 14: World Recent Past, Current Future Analysis for Web Content Filtering by Geographic Region – US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Latin America and Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2014 by 2020 (includes analogous Graph/Chart)…………..II-56

Table 15: World Historic Review for Web Content Filtering by Geographic Region – US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Latin America and Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2007 by 2013 (includes analogous Graph/Chart)………….. II-57

Table 16: World 14-Year Perspective for Web Content Filtering by Geographic Region – Percentage Breakdown of Revenues for US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Latin America and Rest of World Markets for Years 2007, 2015 2020 (includes analogous Graph/Chart) II-58

III. MARKET

1. THE UNITED STATES………….. III-1 A.Market Analysis………….. III-1 Current Future Analysis…………..III-1 An Overview………….. III-1 Rising Cyber Security Issues in a US III-2 Table 17: US Cyber Security Scenario (Fisc 2015): Percentage Share Breakdown of Number of Incidents in Critical Infrastructure Sectors (includes analogous Graph/Chart)………….. III-2 Identity Theft: A Growing Menace in a US III-2 Product Launches…………..III-3 Strategic Corporate Developments III-3 Key Players………….. III-5 B.Market Analytics…………..III-10 Table 18: US Recent Past, Current Future Analysis for Web Content Filtering Market Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2014 by 2020 (includes analogous Graph/Chart) III-10

Table 19: US Historic Review for Web Content Filtering Market Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2007 by 2013 (includes analogous Graph/Chart)………….. III-11

2. CANADA………….. III-12 A.Market Analysis………….. III-12 Current Future Analysis…………..III-12 Market Overview………….. III-12 Product Launch………….. III-12 B.Market Analytics…………..III-13 Table 20: Canadian Recent Past, Current Future Analysis for Web Content Filtering Market Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2014 by 2020 (includes analogous Graph/Chart) III-13

Table 21: Canadian Historic Review for Web Content Filtering Market Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2007 by 2013 (includes analogous Graph/Chart)………….. III-14

3. JAPAN………….. III-15 A.MARKET ANALYSIS………….. III-15 Current Future Analysis…………..III-15 Information Security Market – A Primer III-15 Secure Content Threat Management Gains Focus III-15 Favorable Regulatory Environment Drives Demand III-16 Domestic Players Lead Japanese Web Content Filtering Market III-16 Key Players………….. III-17 B.Market Analytics…………..III-19 Table 22: Japanese Recent Past, Current Future Analysis for Web Content Filtering Market Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2014 by 2020 (includes analogous Graph/Chart) III-19

Table 23: Japanese Historic Review for Web Content Filtering Market Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2007 by 2013 (includes analogous Graph/Chart)………….. III-20

4. EUROPE………….. III-21 A.Market Analysis………….. III-21 Current Future Analysis…………..III-21 Market Overview………….. III-21 Strong Uptake in a SME Sector to Fuel European Email Security Growth…………..III-22 Regulatory Environment…………..III-22 B.Market Analytics…………..III-23 Table 24: European Recent Past, Current Future Analysis for Web Content Filtering by Geographic Region – France, Germany, Italy, UK, Spain, Russia and Rest of Europe Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2014 by 2020 (includes analogous Graph/Chart)………….. III-23

Table 25: European Historic Review for Web Content Filtering by Geographic Region – France, Germany, Italy, UK, Spain, Russia and Rest of Europe Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2007 by 2013 (includes analogous Graph/Chart) III-24

Table 26: European 14-Year Perspective for Web Content Filtering by Geographic Region – Percentage Breakdown of Revenues for France, Germany, Italy, UK, Spain, Russia and Rest of Europe Markets for Years 2007, 2015 2020 (includes analogous Graph/Chart)…………..III-25

4a. FRANCE………….. III-26 A.Market Analysis………….. III-26 Current Future Analysis…………..III-26 An Overview of a Information Security Market III-26 B.Market Analytics…………..III-27 Table 27: French Recent Past, Current Future Analysis for Web Content Filtering Market Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2014 by 2020 (includes analogous Graph/Chart) III-27

Table 28: French Historic Review for Web Content Filtering Market Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2007 by 2013 (includes analogous Graph/Chart)………….. III-28

4b. GERMANY………….. III-29 A.Market Analysis………….. III-29 Current Future Analysis…………..III-29 Product Launch………….. III-29 B.Market Analytics…………..III-30 Table 29: German Recent Past, Current Future Analysis for Web Content Filtering Market Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2014 by 2020 (includes analogous Graph/Chart) III-30

Table 30: German Historic Review for Web Content Filtering Market Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2007 by 2013 (includes analogous Graph/Chart)………….. III-31

4c. ITALY………….. III-32 A.Market Analysis………….. III-32 Current Future Analysis…………..III-32 Cyber Security Market – An Overview III-32 B.Market Analytics…………..III-33 Table 31: Italian Recent Past, Current Future Analysis for Web Content Filtering Market Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2014 by 2020 (includes analogous Graph/Chart) III-33

Table 32: Italian Historic Review for Web Content Filtering Market Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2007 by 2013 (includes analogous Graph/Chart)………….. III-34

4d. THE UNITED KINGDOM…………..III-35 A.Market Analysis………….. III-35 Current Future Analysis…………..III-35 Market Overview………….. III-35 Product Launches…………..III-35 Strategic Corporate Developments III-36 Key Players………….. III-37 B.Market Analytics…………..III-38 Table 33: UK Recent Past, Current Future Analysis for Web Content Filtering Market Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2014 by 2020 (includes analogous Graph/Chart) III-38

Table 34: UK Historic Review for Web Content Filtering Market Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2007 by 2013 (includes analogous Graph/Chart)………….. III-39

4e. SPAIN………….. III-40 A.Market Analysis………….. III-40 Current Future Analysis…………..III-40 Product Launch………….. III-40 B.Market Analytics…………..III-41 Table 35: Spanish Recent Past, Current Future Analysis for Web Content Filtering Market Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2014 by 2020 (includes analogous Graph/Chart) III-41

Table 36: Spanish Historic Review for Web Content Filtering Market Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2007 by 2013 (includes analogous Graph/Chart)………….. III-42

4f. RUSSIA………….. III-43 A.Market Analysis………….. III-43 Current Future Analysis…………..III-43 Product Launch………….. III-43 Key Player………….. III-43 B.Market Analytics…………..III-44 Table 37: Russian Recent Past, Current Future Analysis for Web Content Filtering Market Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2014 by 2020 (includes analogous Graph/Chart) III-44

Table 38: Russian Historic Review for Web Content Filtering Market Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2007 by 2013 (includes analogous Graph/Chart)………….. III-45

4g. REST OF EUROPE………….. III-46 Market Analysis………….. III-46 Table 39: Rest of Europe Recent Past, Current Future Analysis for Web Content Filtering Market Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2014 by 2020 (includes analogous Graph/Chart) III-46

Table 40: Rest of Europe Historic Review for Web Content Filtering Market Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2007 by 2013 (includes analogous Graph/Chart)………….. III-47

5. ASIA-PACIFIC………….. III-48 A.Market Analysis………….. III-48 Significant Growth on Cards for Web Content Filtering Solutions III-48 Rising Investments in Web Filtering III-49 Public Sector – A Major End-User of Web Content Filtering Solutions………….. III-49 Increasing Focus on Better Value Proposition for Investments in Web Content Filtering Solutions III-50 Despite Weak Regulations, Web Filtering Gains Relevance III-50 Global Players Expand Reach, Stir Up Competition III-50 A Note on Leading Vendors…………..III-51 B.Market Analytics…………..III-52 Table 41: Asia-Pacific Recent Past, Current Future Analysis for Web Content Filtering by Geographic Region – China, India and Rest of Asia-Pacific Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2014 by 2020 (includes analogous Graph/Chart) III-52

Table 42: Asia-Pacific Historic Review for Web Content Filtering by Geographic Region – China, India and Rest of Asia-Pacific Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2007 by 2013 (includes analogous Graph/Chart) III-53

Table 43: Asia-Pacific 14-Year Perspective for Web Content Filtering by Geographic Region – Percentage Breakdown of Revenues for China, India and Rest of Asia-Pacific Markets for Years 2007, 2015 2020 (includes analogous Graph/Chart)………….. III-54

5a. CHINA………….. III-55 A.Market Analysis………….. III-55 Current Future Analysis…………..III-55 Market Overview………….. III-55 Regulatory Overview…………..III-55 Domestic Players Rule a Roost III-56 Key Players………….. III-56 B.Market Analytics…………..III-58 Table 44: Chinese Recent Past, Current Future Analysis for Web Content Filtering Market Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2014 by 2020 (includes analogous Graph/Chart) III-58

Table 45: Chinese Historic Review for Web Content Filtering Market Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2007 by 2013 (includes analogous Graph/Chart)………….. III-59

5b. INDIA………….. III-60 A.Market Analysis………….. III-60 Current Future Analysis…………..III-60 Market Overview………….. III-60 Factors Driving Growth…………..III-60 Issues Challenges…………..III-61 Growing Demand for Security Software Solutions III-61 Strategic Corporate Development III-62 B.Market Analytics…………..III-62 Table 46: Indian Recent Past, Current Future Analysis for Web Content Filtering Market Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2014 by 2020 (includes analogous Graph/Chart) III-62

Table 47: Indian Historic Review for Web Content Filtering Market Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2007 by 2013 (includes analogous Graph/Chart)………….. III-63

5c. REST OF ASIA-PACIFIC…………..III-64 A.Market Analysis………….. III-64 Current Future Analysis…………..III-64 Overview of Information Security Solutions Market in Select Countries………….. III-64 South Korea………….. III-64 Taiwan………….. III-64 Product Launch………….. III-65 Key Player………….. III-65 B.Market Analytics…………..III-66 Table 48: Rest of Asia-Pacific Recent Past, Current Future Analysis for Web Content Filtering Market Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2014 by 2020 (includes analogous Graph/Chart) III-66

Table 49: Rest of Asia-Pacific Historic Review for Web Content Filtering Market Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2007 by 2013 (includes analogous Graph/Chart) III-67

6. LATIN AMERICA………….. III-68 A.Market Analysis………….. III-68 Current Future Analysis…………..III-68 Information Security Market Shows Steady Growth III-68 B.Market Analytics…………..III-69 Table 50: Latin American Recent Past, Current Future Analysis for Web Content Filtering by Geographic Region – Brazil and Rest of Latin American Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2014 by 2020 (includes analogous Graph/Chart) III-69

Table 51: Latin American Historic Review for Web Content Filtering by Geographic Region – Brazil and Rest of Latin American Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2007 by 2013 (includes analogous Graph/Chart) III-70

Table 52: Latin American 14-Year Perspective for Web Content Filtering by Geographic Region – Percentage Breakdown of Revenues for Brazil and Rest of Latin American Markets for Years 2007, 2015 2020 (includes analogous Graph/Chart) III-71

7. REST OF WORLD………….. III-72 A.Market Analysis………….. III-72 Security Software Market in Gulf States on a Rise III-72 Demand for Security Software Gains Traction in South Africa III-72 Product Launch………….. III-72 Strategic Corporate Development III-72 B.Market Analytics…………..III-73 Table 53: Rest of World Recent Past, Current Future Analysis for Web Content Filtering Market Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2014 by 2020 (includes analogous Graph/Chart) III-73

Table 54: Rest of World Historic Review for Web Content Filtering Market Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2007 by 2013 (includes analogous Graph/Chart)………….. III-74

IV. COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE

Total Companies Profiled: 65 (including Divisions/Subsidiaries – 69)

The United States (35) Canada (3) Japan (3) Europe (18) – France (2) – Germany (2) – The United Kingdom (6) – Spain (2) – Rest of Europe (6) Asia-Pacific (Excluding Japan) (6) Middle-East (3) Africa (1)
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LONDON, Feb. 29, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — This news analyzes a worldwide markets for Web Content Filtering in US$ Thousand. The news provides apart extensive analytics for a US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, and Rest of World. Annual estimates and forecasts are supposing for a duration 2014 by 2020. Also, a seven-year ancestral investigate is supposing for these markets. Market information and analytics are subsequent from primary and delegate research. Company profiles are essentially formed on open domain information including association URLs. The news profiles 65 companies including many pivotal and niche players such as –

Alps System Integration Co., Ltd.
Barracuda Networks, Inc.
Beijing NetentSec, Inc.
Bloxx Ltd.
Blue Coat Systems, Inc.

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I. INTRODUCTION, METHODOLOGY PRODUCT DEFINITIONS

Study Reliability and Reporting Limitations I-1 Disclaimers………….. I-2 Data Interpretation Reporting Level I-2 Quantitative Techniques Analytics I-3 Product Definitions and Scope of Study I-3

II. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

1. INDUSTRY OVERVIEW………….. II-1 The Internet Connected World and a Share of Challenges II-1 Table 1: Top Reported Cases of Data Breaches Worldwide (2014): Breakdown of a Estimated Loss (in US$ Million) by Company (includes analogous Graph/Chart) II-3 Cyber Security Tools Gain Prominence amid Growing Online Security Issues………….. II-4 Web Content Filtering – A Growing Segment in Cyber Security Market………….. II-4 Market Outlook………….. II-6 Web Filtering Solutions Find Steady Growth Prospects II-6 Developed Markets Lead while Developing Regions to Lend Traction II-6 Corporate Information Assets – Vulnerable as Ever II-7 Increasing Web 2.0 E-Mail Threats Boost Demand for Content Filtering Products………….. II-8 Industry Moves to New Approaches in Web-traffic Filtering and Categorization………….. II-9 Content Filtering Functionality Sees Paradigm Shift II-10 Static Website Blacklists No Longer Solve a Purpose II-10 Conflicting Web Needs Drive Need for Flexible Solutions II-11 Individual Filtering Solutions See Changes in Functionality in Response to Evolving Needs…………..II-11 Complimentary Endpoint Web Filtering Technique Gains Favor II-12 Endpoint Web Filtering Extends Infection Risk Control Beyond Organizational Networks…………..II-12 Upgradeability Capabilities Come to a Fore with Growing Bandwidth Usage………….. II-13 Integration of Multiple Functions in Content Filtering Solutions – The Present Trend, Advantages and Issues II-13 Content Filtering an Integral partial of Unified Threat Management (UTM)………….. II-14 XTMs Emerge as More Potential Tool II-15 Disaggregation of Filtering Administration Gains Importance II-15 Email Filtering – Largely Focused on Incoming Emails II-16 Messaging Security – A Growing Secure Content Management Solution II-16 Table 2: Principal Factors Influencing Installation of Web/E-mail Monitoring in Organizations (includes analogous Graph/Chart)…………..II-17 Increasing IMing Drives Need for IM Filtering II-17 VoIP Filtering Gains Popularity…………..II-18 Inherent Inefficiencies in On-Premise Implementations Drives Demand for Cloud Solutions…………..II-18 Key Disadvantages of On-site Security Implementations II-19 Web Content Filtering – Concerns and Challenges II-20 Risks of Latency – A Major Challenge Ahead II-21 A Review of a Competitive Landscape II-21 Table 3: Leading Players in Global Content Security Gateway Market (2014): Percentage Share Breakdown of Revenues for Blue Coat, Cisco, McAfee, Symantec, Trend Micro, Websense, and Others (includes analogous Graph/Chart) II-21

2. KEY MARKET DRIVERS………….. II-22 Expanding Internet User Base Generates Significant Market Opportunities………….. II-22 Table 4: Number of Internet Users (in Billion) and Penetration Rate for Years 2001, 2011, 2013 2015 (includes analogous Graph/Chart)…………..II-23 Rise in Magnitude of Cyber Crime to Drive Adoption of Web Content Filtering…………..II-23 Table 5: World Cyber Attacks by Victim Nations (2014): Percentage Breakdown of Volume of Cyber Attacks for Australia, Germany, New Zealand, UK, US and Others (includes analogous Graph/Chart)…………..II-25

Table 6: World Internet Application Attacks by Originating Nations (2015): Percentage Breakdown of Volume of Cyber Attacks for China, Brazil, Bulgaria, Russia, US and Others (includes analogous Graph/Chart) II-25

Table 7: World Cyber Attacks Distribution by Application (2015): Percentage Breakdown of Number of Attacks for Adobe Reader, Adobe Flash Player, Android, Browsers, Java and Office (includes analogous Graph/Chart) II-26 Increasing Prevalence of Malware to Drive Robust Demand for Web Filtering………….. II-26 Table 8: World Malware on a Web (2015): Percentage Share Breakdown of Leading Countries Hosting Malware on a Web (includes analogous Graph/Chart) II-27 Trojan: Fastest Growing Data-Stealing Malware II-27 APTs Emerge as a New Sophisticated Threat – Create Business Case for Web Content Filtering…………..II-27 Hactivism on a Prowl – Creates Need for Efficient Cyber Security Solutions………….. II-27 Growing Use of Advanced Digital Platforms Make Enterprises Highly Vulnerable to Security Threats II-28 Growing BYOD Phenomenon Drives Adoption of Web Content Filtering Solutions…………..II-28 Growth in Adoption of Mobile End-Points in Enterprises Make Enterprise Endpoint Security a Major Necessity II-29 Table 9: Global Worker Population (2013 2017): Percentage Share Breakdown of Number of Workers by Nature of Work (includes analogous Graph/Chart) II-30

Table 10: Global Mobile Worker Population (2013 2017): Percentage Share Breakdown of Number of Mobile Workers by Nature of Work (includes analogous Graph/Chart) II-30

Table 11: Global Mobile Workforce (2015): Percentage Share Breakdown of Number of Mobile Workers by Region (includes analogous Graph/Chart)…………..II-31 Security Solutions Focusing on Smartphone Security Gains Rapid Adoption………….. II-31 Table 12: Global Smartphones market: Annual Sales Figures (in Billion Units) for Years 2013, 2015, 2018 2020 (includes analogous Graph/Chart)…………..II-31

Table 13: Smartphone Penetration Worldwide (as a Percentage of Total Population) for Major Countries: 2014E (includes analogous Graph/Chart)…………..II-32 Industry Still Underprepared to Tackle Mobile Security Concerns II-32 Threat from Social Networking Sites Drives Demand for Information Security Solutions…………..II-33 Avoiding Unnecessary Costs – Key Rationale for Adoption of IT Security Solutions………….. II-34 Small and Mid-Sized Businesses – A Lucrative Market Segment II-34 Regulatory Compliance Requirements Continue to Drive Demand for Web Filtering Solutions…………..II-34

3. PRODUCT OVERVIEW………….. II-36 Web Content Filtering – Definition II-36 Modern Security Threats to IT Infrastructure II-36 Phishing………….. II-36 Spear Phishing………….. II-36 Spyware………….. II-37 Pharming………….. II-37 Viruses Worms………….. II-37 SPAM and SPIM………….. II-37 Trojan Horses………….. II-37 Attacks on Infrastructure…………..II-37 Business Information Leakage…………..II-37 Bots………….. II-38 Media for Web Attacks…………..II-38 Email………….. II-38 Instant messaging…………..II-38 Peer-to-Peer Networks…………..II-38 Drive-by Downloads………….. II-38 Social Networking…………..II-38 Mobile Devices………….. II-39 Web Access Control Implementation – A Peek into Salient Elements II-39 Key Technique in Web Content Filtering II-39 IP Filtering………….. II-39 URL Filtering………….. II-39 Keyword Filtering………….. II-40 File Type Filtering…………..II-40

4. PRODUCT INNOVATIONS/INTRODUCTIONS II-41 tyntec Unveils SMS Firewall Solution for MNOs II-41 Sophos Launches Cloud-Based Secure Web Gateway II-41 Bloxx to Enter Cloud-Based Filtering with Tru-View Cloud II-41 Comodo Rolls Out Updated Versions of UTM Solutions II-41 Bloxx Unveils New Version of a Email Filter, Featuring Image Analysis Functionality…………..II-41 ContentKeeper Introduces TurboBridge Web Filtering Technology II-41 Bloxx Rolls Out Web Filtering and Security Solution for MSSPs II-42 Safernet Releases Cloud-Based DNS Web Filtering System II-42 Bloxx Launches New Versions of Web Filter and Secure Web Gateway Solutions…………..II-42 Qustodio Unveils Qustodio Professional Content Filtering Solution II-42 Exinda and iomartcloud Launch Exinda Content Filter II-42 iomartcloud and Exinda Launch Web Filtering Solution for Enterprises and Educational Institutions II-42 GWAVA Introduces New Version of GWAVA Messaging Security II-43 Yandex Rolls Out Public DNS Service II-43 Fortinet Launches New Version of FortiMail Operating System II-43

5. RECENT INDUSTRY ACTIVITY…………..II-44 Blue Coat Systems Acquires Elastica II-44 Akamai Takes Over Bloxx…………..II-44 Bloxx Inks Distribution Partnership with Siracom for UK II-44 Bloxx Chooses SMS Tech As Value Added Partner for US Market II-44 Blue Coat Takes Over Perspecsys…………..II-44 Raytheon and Vista Equity Partners form Raytheon|Websense II-44 Bain Capital Takes Over Blue Coat Systems II-44 BluePrint and Lavasoft Integrate URL Content Filtering in to Lavasoft’s Ad-Aware Total Security II-45 Blue Coat Takes Over Norman Shark II-45 McAfee Signs Partnership with Blackhorse IT for Dubai II-45 Comviva Inks Deal with AdaptiveMobile II-45

6. FOCUS ON SELECT PLAYERS…………..II-46 Alps System Integration Co., Ltd. (Japan) II-46 Barracuda Networks, Inc. (US)…………..II-46 Beijing NetentSec, Inc. (China)…………..II-47 Bloxx Ltd. (UK)………….. II-47 Blue Coat Systems, Inc. (US)…………..II-47 Cisco Systems, Inc. (US)…………..II-48 ContentKeeper Technologies Pty. Ltd. (Australia) II-48 Digital Arts Inc. (Japan)…………..II-49 Forcepoint LLC (US)………….. II-49 Fortinet, Inc. (US)………….. II-50 Kaspersky Lab (Russia)…………..II-50 McAfee, Inc. (US)………….. II-51 Palo Alto Networks, Inc. (US)…………..II-52 Sangfor Technologies Co., Ltd. (China) II-53 Sophos Ltd. (UK)………….. II-53 Symantec Corporation (US)…………..II-54 Trend Micro Incorporated (Japan) II-54 Zscaler, Inc. (US)…………..II-55

7. GLOBAL MARKET PERSPECTIVE…………..II-56 Table 14: World Recent Past, Current Future Analysis for Web Content Filtering by Geographic Region – US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Latin America and Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2014 by 2020 (includes analogous Graph/Chart)…………..II-56

Table 15: World Historic Review for Web Content Filtering by Geographic Region – US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Latin America and Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2007 by 2013 (includes analogous Graph/Chart)………….. II-57

Table 16: World 14-Year Perspective for Web Content Filtering by Geographic Region – Percentage Breakdown of Revenues for US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Latin America and Rest of World Markets for Years 2007, 2015 2020 (includes analogous Graph/Chart) II-58

III. MARKET

1. THE UNITED STATES………….. III-1 A.Market Analysis………….. III-1 Current Future Analysis…………..III-1 An Overview………….. III-1 Rising Cyber Security Issues in a US III-2 Table 17: US Cyber Security Scenario (Fisc 2015): Percentage Share Breakdown of Number of Incidents in Critical Infrastructure Sectors (includes analogous Graph/Chart)………….. III-2 Identity Theft: A Growing Menace in a US III-2 Product Launches…………..III-3 Strategic Corporate Developments III-3 Key Players………….. III-5 B.Market Analytics…………..III-10 Table 18: US Recent Past, Current Future Analysis for Web Content Filtering Market Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2014 by 2020 (includes analogous Graph/Chart) III-10

Table 19: US Historic Review for Web Content Filtering Market Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2007 by 2013 (includes analogous Graph/Chart)………….. III-11

2. CANADA………….. III-12 A.Market Analysis………….. III-12 Current Future Analysis…………..III-12 Market Overview………….. III-12 Product Launch………….. III-12 B.Market Analytics…………..III-13 Table 20: Canadian Recent Past, Current Future Analysis for Web Content Filtering Market Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2014 by 2020 (includes analogous Graph/Chart) III-13

Table 21: Canadian Historic Review for Web Content Filtering Market Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2007 by 2013 (includes analogous Graph/Chart)………….. III-14

3. JAPAN………….. III-15 A.MARKET ANALYSIS………….. III-15 Current Future Analysis…………..III-15 Information Security Market – A Primer III-15 Secure Content Threat Management Gains Focus III-15 Favorable Regulatory Environment Drives Demand III-16 Domestic Players Lead Japanese Web Content Filtering Market III-16 Key Players………….. III-17 B.Market Analytics…………..III-19 Table 22: Japanese Recent Past, Current Future Analysis for Web Content Filtering Market Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2014 by 2020 (includes analogous Graph/Chart) III-19

Table 23: Japanese Historic Review for Web Content Filtering Market Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2007 by 2013 (includes analogous Graph/Chart)………….. III-20

4. EUROPE………….. III-21 A.Market Analysis………….. III-21 Current Future Analysis…………..III-21 Market Overview………….. III-21 Strong Uptake in a SME Sector to Fuel European Email Security Growth…………..III-22 Regulatory Environment…………..III-22 B.Market Analytics…………..III-23 Table 24: European Recent Past, Current Future Analysis for Web Content Filtering by Geographic Region – France, Germany, Italy, UK, Spain, Russia and Rest of Europe Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2014 by 2020 (includes analogous Graph/Chart)………….. III-23

Table 25: European Historic Review for Web Content Filtering by Geographic Region – France, Germany, Italy, UK, Spain, Russia and Rest of Europe Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2007 by 2013 (includes analogous Graph/Chart) III-24

Table 26: European 14-Year Perspective for Web Content Filtering by Geographic Region – Percentage Breakdown of Revenues for France, Germany, Italy, UK, Spain, Russia and Rest of Europe Markets for Years 2007, 2015 2020 (includes analogous Graph/Chart)…………..III-25

4a. FRANCE………….. III-26 A.Market Analysis………….. III-26 Current Future Analysis…………..III-26 An Overview of a Information Security Market III-26 B.Market Analytics…………..III-27 Table 27: French Recent Past, Current Future Analysis for Web Content Filtering Market Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2014 by 2020 (includes analogous Graph/Chart) III-27

Table 28: French Historic Review for Web Content Filtering Market Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2007 by 2013 (includes analogous Graph/Chart)………….. III-28

4b. GERMANY………….. III-29 A.Market Analysis………….. III-29 Current Future Analysis…………..III-29 Product Launch………….. III-29 B.Market Analytics…………..III-30 Table 29: German Recent Past, Current Future Analysis for Web Content Filtering Market Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2014 by 2020 (includes analogous Graph/Chart) III-30

Table 30: German Historic Review for Web Content Filtering Market Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2007 by 2013 (includes analogous Graph/Chart)………….. III-31

4c. ITALY………….. III-32 A.Market Analysis………….. III-32 Current Future Analysis…………..III-32 Cyber Security Market – An Overview III-32 B.Market Analytics…………..III-33 Table 31: Italian Recent Past, Current Future Analysis for Web Content Filtering Market Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2014 by 2020 (includes analogous Graph/Chart) III-33

Table 32: Italian Historic Review for Web Content Filtering Market Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2007 by 2013 (includes analogous Graph/Chart)………….. III-34

4d. THE UNITED KINGDOM…………..III-35 A.Market Analysis………….. III-35 Current Future Analysis…………..III-35 Market Overview………….. III-35 Product Launches…………..III-35 Strategic Corporate Developments III-36 Key Players………….. III-37 B.Market Analytics…………..III-38 Table 33: UK Recent Past, Current Future Analysis for Web Content Filtering Market Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2014 by 2020 (includes analogous Graph/Chart) III-38

Table 34: UK Historic Review for Web Content Filtering Market Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2007 by 2013 (includes analogous Graph/Chart)………….. III-39

4e. SPAIN………….. III-40 A.Market Analysis………….. III-40 Current Future Analysis…………..III-40 Product Launch………….. III-40 B.Market Analytics…………..III-41 Table 35: Spanish Recent Past, Current Future Analysis for Web Content Filtering Market Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2014 by 2020 (includes analogous Graph/Chart) III-41

Table 36: Spanish Historic Review for Web Content Filtering Market Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2007 by 2013 (includes analogous Graph/Chart)………….. III-42

4f. RUSSIA………….. III-43 A.Market Analysis………….. III-43 Current Future Analysis…………..III-43 Product Launch………….. III-43 Key Player………….. III-43 B.Market Analytics…………..III-44 Table 37: Russian Recent Past, Current Future Analysis for Web Content Filtering Market Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2014 by 2020 (includes analogous Graph/Chart) III-44

Table 38: Russian Historic Review for Web Content Filtering Market Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2007 by 2013 (includes analogous Graph/Chart)………….. III-45

4g. REST OF EUROPE………….. III-46 Market Analysis………….. III-46 Table 39: Rest of Europe Recent Past, Current Future Analysis for Web Content Filtering Market Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2014 by 2020 (includes analogous Graph/Chart) III-46

Table 40: Rest of Europe Historic Review for Web Content Filtering Market Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2007 by 2013 (includes analogous Graph/Chart)………….. III-47

5. ASIA-PACIFIC………….. III-48 A.Market Analysis………….. III-48 Significant Growth on Cards for Web Content Filtering Solutions III-48 Rising Investments in Web Filtering III-49 Public Sector – A Major End-User of Web Content Filtering Solutions………….. III-49 Increasing Focus on Better Value Proposition for Investments in Web Content Filtering Solutions III-50 Despite Weak Regulations, Web Filtering Gains Relevance III-50 Global Players Expand Reach, Stir Up Competition III-50 A Note on Leading Vendors…………..III-51 B.Market Analytics…………..III-52 Table 41: Asia-Pacific Recent Past, Current Future Analysis for Web Content Filtering by Geographic Region – China, India and Rest of Asia-Pacific Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2014 by 2020 (includes analogous Graph/Chart) III-52

Table 42: Asia-Pacific Historic Review for Web Content Filtering by Geographic Region – China, India and Rest of Asia-Pacific Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2007 by 2013 (includes analogous Graph/Chart) III-53

Table 43: Asia-Pacific 14-Year Perspective for Web Content Filtering by Geographic Region – Percentage Breakdown of Revenues for China, India and Rest of Asia-Pacific Markets for Years 2007, 2015 2020 (includes analogous Graph/Chart)………….. III-54

5a. CHINA………….. III-55 A.Market Analysis………….. III-55 Current Future Analysis…………..III-55 Market Overview………….. III-55 Regulatory Overview…………..III-55 Domestic Players Rule a Roost III-56 Key Players………….. III-56 B.Market Analytics…………..III-58 Table 44: Chinese Recent Past, Current Future Analysis for Web Content Filtering Market Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2014 by 2020 (includes analogous Graph/Chart) III-58

Table 45: Chinese Historic Review for Web Content Filtering Market Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2007 by 2013 (includes analogous Graph/Chart)………….. III-59

5b. INDIA………….. III-60 A.Market Analysis………….. III-60 Current Future Analysis…………..III-60 Market Overview………….. III-60 Factors Driving Growth…………..III-60 Issues Challenges…………..III-61 Growing Demand for Security Software Solutions III-61 Strategic Corporate Development III-62 B.Market Analytics…………..III-62 Table 46: Indian Recent Past, Current Future Analysis for Web Content Filtering Market Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2014 by 2020 (includes analogous Graph/Chart) III-62

Table 47: Indian Historic Review for Web Content Filtering Market Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2007 by 2013 (includes analogous Graph/Chart)………….. III-63

5c. REST OF ASIA-PACIFIC…………..III-64 A.Market Analysis………….. III-64 Current Future Analysis…………..III-64 Overview of Information Security Solutions Market in Select Countries………….. III-64 South Korea………….. III-64 Taiwan………….. III-64 Product Launch………….. III-65 Key Player………….. III-65 B.Market Analytics…………..III-66 Table 48: Rest of Asia-Pacific Recent Past, Current Future Analysis for Web Content Filtering Market Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2014 by 2020 (includes analogous Graph/Chart) III-66

Table 49: Rest of Asia-Pacific Historic Review for Web Content Filtering Market Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2007 by 2013 (includes analogous Graph/Chart) III-67

6. LATIN AMERICA………….. III-68 A.Market Analysis………….. III-68 Current Future Analysis…………..III-68 Information Security Market Shows Steady Growth III-68 B.Market Analytics…………..III-69 Table 50: Latin American Recent Past, Current Future Analysis for Web Content Filtering by Geographic Region – Brazil and Rest of Latin American Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2014 by 2020 (includes analogous Graph/Chart) III-69

Table 51: Latin American Historic Review for Web Content Filtering by Geographic Region – Brazil and Rest of Latin American Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2007 by 2013 (includes analogous Graph/Chart) III-70

Table 52: Latin American 14-Year Perspective for Web Content Filtering by Geographic Region – Percentage Breakdown of Revenues for Brazil and Rest of Latin American Markets for Years 2007, 2015 2020 (includes analogous Graph/Chart) III-71

7. REST OF WORLD………….. III-72 A.Market Analysis………….. III-72 Security Software Market in Gulf States on a Rise III-72 Demand for Security Software Gains Traction in South Africa III-72 Product Launch………….. III-72 Strategic Corporate Development III-72 B.Market Analytics…………..III-73 Table 53: Rest of World Recent Past, Current Future Analysis for Web Content Filtering Market Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2014 by 2020 (includes analogous Graph/Chart) III-73

Table 54: Rest of World Historic Review for Web Content Filtering Market Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for Years 2007 by 2013 (includes analogous Graph/Chart)………….. III-74

IV. COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE

Total Companies Profiled: 65 (including Divisions/Subsidiaries – 69)

The United States (35) Canada (3) Japan (3) Europe (18) – France (2) – Germany (2) – The United Kingdom (6) – Spain (2) – Rest of Europe (6) Asia-Pacific (Excluding Japan) (6) Middle-East (3) Africa (1)
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