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Market Overview: Managed Security Services, Asia, Q2 2015

Expansion To Address New Markets And Customers In Asia Requires Strong, Regional Security Partners — With Many Good Choices

July 1, 2015

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Why Read This Report

As organizations look to expand their reach into new markets and new customers in Asia, security and risk (S&R) professionals have many inherent challenges. These moves typically require local infrastructure and staff, as well as knowledge of local culture, customs, laws, and regulations. Asia can present an especially daunting challenge to S&R pros due to its sheer size and complexity. To address these challenges, they can try to grow a security organization organically, or they can work with a well-established managed security service provider (MSSP) in the region. However, before collaborating with an MSSP in Asia, you'll want to answer questions about their technical capabilities, business value, and local experience. This report looks at 18 of the leading MSSPs serving the Asian market to help you jumpstart your search for a qualified security partner.

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Table of Contents

  • Asia Is A Critical Market For Global Growth, But There Are Challenges
  • MSSPs In Asia Reflect The Region's Conflict And Complexity
  • Analytics, Threat Defense, And Regional Focus Distinguish Asian MSSPs
  • CISOs Have Plenty Of Options In A Crowded Asian MSSP Market

  • Asia Is Complex And Potentially Dangerous — Proceed With Caution
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