Content Security: 2012 Budget And Planning Guide
A Review Of Budgets, Spending Intentions, Technology Adoption, And Key Trends
November 16, 2011
Why Read This Report
To help Forrester clients with their content security strategy for 2011, Forrester predicted three significant trends. So how'd we do? We got two correct and one half right. As expected, content security spending slowed and mobile filtering entered the mainstream. We were half right on our consolidation prediction; there was no significant merger and acquisition (M&A) activity, but there was a drive toward consolidated content security platforms. Heading into 2012, we're predicting five new trends for the content security market. They are: 1) Content security spending will remain anemic; 2) mobility will drive software-as-a-service (SaaS) adoption; 3) customer demand will drive parity between SaaS and on-premises; 4) social networking attacks will significantly increase in 2012; and 5) proliferating malware threats will require better threat intelligence.
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Table of Contents
- Our Predictions: What We Got Right — And Wrong — In 2010
- 2012 And Beyond — Disruptive Technologies And Malware Change The Game
- Prepare Your Content Security Strategy For The Extended Enterprise
- Supplemental Material
- Related Research Documents