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Top 20 Cyber Security Companies 2014

LONDON, March 28, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

 - M&A, Competitor Positioning & New Market Opportunities 

The global cyber security market is highly competitive and substantially fragmented. The 20 leading companies in the market are primarily US based IT and defence companies, with the rise of defence contractors one of the key recent developments in the market's competitive landscape. Leading US defence contractors have emerged as a powerful group in the market, primarily as a result of their expertise in the wider defence and security sectors. Other crucial trends shaping the competitive landscape of the market include: the ever-increasing proliferation of cyber attacks and threats; the development of new technologies and emergence of new companies.

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-     The Boeing Company
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-    Dell Inc
-     Finmeccanica SpA
-     General Dynamics Corporation
-     Hewlett Packard Company
-     International Business Machines Corporation (IBM)
-     Intel Corporation
-     Kaspersky Lab
-     L-3 Communications Holdings
-    Leidos
-     Lockheed Martin Corporation
-     Northrop Grumman Corporation
-     Raytheon Company
-     Symantec Corporation
-     Thales Group
-     Trend Micro Inc

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Companies Listed in this report: 

3001 International Inc
3Di Technologies LLC
42Six Solutions LLC
ABB Group
Accenture Ltd
Accenture PLC
ACS
Adcorp Holdings Ltd
Adobe Systems Inc
Advanced Laser Systems Technologies Inc
Advanced Micro Devices (AMD)
Aerient LLC
AffirmTrust
Airborne Technologies Inc
Airbus Group
Alion Science and Technology Company
ALON Inc
AMSEC LLC
Amor Group
AppAssure
Applied Physical Science Corporation
Applied Signal Technology
Applied Visions Inc
ArcSight Inc
Areva SA
Argon ST
ARINC Engineering Services LLC
ARINC Inc
ARINC Inc, Defense Systems Engineering and Support
Assured Information Security Inc
AT&T Inc
Autonomy Corporation
Avast Software AS
AVG Technologies
Avio SpA
Avineon Inc
Axsys Technologies Inc
AxxonSoft
Aydin CyberSecurity
Ayon CyberSecurity Inc
BAE Australia
BAE Cyber & Intelligence
BAE Detica
BAE Electronic Systems
BAE India
BAE Intelligence & Security
BAE Land and Armaments
BAE Regional Aircraft
BAE Saudi Arabia
BAE Shared Services
BAE Support Solutions
BAE Systems Applied Intelligence
BAE Systems PLC
BAE Systems Technology Solutions and Services Inc
BBN Technologies
Benchmark Capital LLC
BigFix Inc
BlueWater Technology Solutions
Boeing Capital
Boeing Commercial Airplanes
The Boeing Company
Boeing Cyber Engagement Center (CEC)
Boeing Defense Space and Security
Boeing Engineering Operations and Technology
Boeing Information Solutions
Boeing Intelligence Systems Group
Boeing Shares Services Group
Booz & Company
Booz Allen Hamilton Engineering Holding Company LLC
Booz Allen Hamilton Engineering Services
Booz Allen Hamilton Inc
Booz Allen Hamilton State & Local Government Transit Consulting
BreakingPoint Systems
Bringa
Business Computers Management Consulting Group LLC
Byres Security Inc
CACI Inc
Camber Corporation
Cap Gemini SA
The Carlyle Group
CDW Government LLC
CGI Group Inc
CH2M HILL
Check Point Software Technologies Ltd
Chemring Group PLC
Cinven
Cisco Systems Inc
CloudShield Technologies Inc
CM Equity Partners
Cognitive Security
Computer Sciences Canada Inc
Computer Sciences Corporation
Computer Sciences Corporation, Enterprise Systems Integration
Consul Risk Management Inc
Context IS
Corero Network Security
Cosentini Associates
Creative Computing Solutions (CCSI) Inc
Credant Technologies
Cubic XD
Custom Computer Services Inc
Cyberlabs Srl
Cyberoam Technologies
Cyber Integration & Innovation Centre (Thales)
Cyber Operations Inc
Dedagroup SpA
Def-Logix Inc
Dell Federal Systems LP
Dell Inc
Dell Services Federal Government
Deloitte Consulting LLP.
Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited
Denali Holding Inc
Denim Group Ltd
Detica Group PLC
Diebold Inc
Digital Info Security Company
Digital Receiver Technology Inc
Digital Risk LLC
DMI
DRC Systems
DRS Technical Services Inc
DRS Technical Services, Global Enterprise Solutions International
DRS Technologies Inc
DRS Technologies Inc, Network and Imaging Systems
eGlobalTech
Elsag Datamat
EMC Corporation
Emiraje Systems
EnerNex
Engility Holdings Inc
Enterprise Information Services
Equifax Inc
ESET
ETI A/S
European Aeronautic Defence & Space Company (EADS)
Exelis Inc
Exida
eXMeritus Inc
Experian PLC
ExtraQuest
Federal Management Systems Inc
Fiberlink Communications
Fidelis Cybersecurity Solutions
Finmeccanica SpA
FireEye Inc
Firetide
Fortify Software
Fortinet Inc
FoxGuard Solutions Inc
F-Secure Corporation
Fulcrum IT Services LLC
Galileo Avionica
General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems
General Dynamics Armament and Technical Products
General Dynamics Bath Iron Works
General Dynamics C4 Systems
General Dynamics Corporation
General Dynamics Electric Boat
General Dynamics European Land Systems
General Dynamics Information Technology Limited
General Dynamics Land System
General Dynamics NASSCO
General Dynamics One Source LLC
General Dynamics Ordnance and Tactical Systems
General Dynamics United Kingdom Limited
General Electric
Gentex Corporation
Gideon Technologies
Global Defence Technologies and Systems Inc
Global InfoTek Inc
Gnostech Inc
The Goldman Sachs Group
Google Inc
GS Capital Partners
GuardianEdge Technologies Inc
Gulfstream Aerospace Corporation
Harris Corporation
Hauri Inc
Hawker Beechcraft Corporation
Henggeler Computer Consultants Inc
Hewlett Packard Company
Hewlett Packard Enterprise Security Products
Hewlett Packard Enterprise Services LLC
Hiflex Software GmbH
Honeywell Inc
Honeywell Technology Solutions Inc
HRL Laboratories LLC
Huawei Symantec Technologies Company Ltd
Huawei Technologies Company Ltd
Huntington Ingalls Industries
HyTrust
i2 Algorithmics Inc
IBM Global Services
IBM Global Technology Services
IBN Internet Security Systems
IBM Watson Group
ICF International
ID/DataWeb
Identum Ltd
Industrial Defender
Injazat Data Systems
International Business Machines (IBM) Corporation
Intel Corporation
Intel Federal LLC
Intel Security
IntelliDyne LLC
Internet Security Systems
Intrusion Inc
IPKeys Technologies LLC
Iron Bow Technologies LLC
ISC8 Inc
Italtel SpA
ITOCHU Corporation
ITOCHU Techno-Solutions Corporation
ITT Exelis
Ixia
Johnson Controls Inc
Juniper Networks Inc
KACE Networks
Kaspersky Lab
Kestrel Technology LLC
KEYW Corporation
KForce Government Solutions
Knowledge Consulting Group (KCG)
Kratos Defense and Security Solutions Inc
Ktech Corporation
Kylmar Limited
L-3 Aeromet Inc
L-3 ASA Ltd
L-3 Communications ComCept
L-3 Communications Holdings Inc
L-3 Communications Systems East
L-3 Communications Systems East
L-3 Crestview Aerospace
L-3 Integrated Optical Systems
L-3 Integrated Systems
L-3 KEO
L-3 MAS
L-3 National Security Solutions
L-3 Services Inc
L-3 STRATIS
L-3 TCS Inc
Lacoon Mobile Security
Leidos
Lockheed Martin Aeronautics
Lockheed Martin Australia
Lockheed Martin Canada
Lockheed Martin Corporation
Lockheed Martin Cyber Security Alliance
Lockheed Martin Electronic Systems
Lockheed Martin Global Training and Logistics
Lockheed Martin Information Systems & Global Solutions
Lockheed Martin International
Lockheed Martin Missiles and Fire Control
Lockheed Martin MS2
Lockheed Martin Security Intelligence Center
Lockheed Martin Simulation Training and Support
Lockheed Martin Space Systems
Lockheed Martin UK
Lookingglass Cyber Solutions Inc
M5 Network Security Pty Ltd
MacAulay-Brown Inc
Mainline Information Solutions
Mandiant
ManTech International Corporation
McAfee Inc
McLaren Group
MEI Technologies
Merlin International
MessageLabs
Mi5 Networks
Microsoft Corporation
Microtech Systems
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd
Mobile Armor
MphasiS Limited
Narus Inc
National Flood Services Inc
National ICT Australia
National Interest Security Company LLC
NetApp Inc
NetWitness Corporation
New York Times
NICTA (formerly National ICT Australia)
NitroSecurity
Northrop Grumman Aerospace Systems
Northrop Grumman Corporation
Northrop Grumman Corporation M5 Network Security
Northrop Grumman Cyber Security Operations Center
Northrop Grumman Electronic Systems
Northrop Grumman Information Systems
Northrop Grumman Systems Corporation
Northrop Grumman Technical Services
Nukona
Oasis Systems
Odyssey Software
Onex Partners
Open Kernal Labs
OpenPages
Oracle Corporation
PAE Government Services Inc
Palo Alto Networks Inc
Panda Security SL
Panda Software
Paradigm Technologies Inc
Paxus
PayPal Inc
Perot Systems
Perot Systems Government Services Inc
PGP Corporation
Pikewerks Corporation
Q1 Labs
Qantas Airways Ltd
Qantas Defence Services (QDS)
QinetiQ Group PLC
Quantum Secure
Quest Software
Rackspace Inc
Radiance Technologies Inc
RandomStorm Ltd
Raytheon Advanced Programs
Raytheon Air & Missile Defence
Raytheon Aircraft Company
Raytheon Applied Signal Technology
Raytheon Australia
Raytheon Combat & Sensing Systems
Raytheon Company
Raytheon Cybersecurity Solutions
Raytheon ELCAN Optical Technologies
Raytheon Environmental Solutions
Raytheon Fed IT
Raytheon Homeland Security
Raytheon Integrated Comms Systems
Raytheon Integrated Ground Control
Raytheon Integrated Sensors
Raytheon Intelligence and Information Systems
Raytheon Missile Systems
Raytheon Operations
Raytheon Secure Information Systems
Raytheon Security & Transport Systems
Raytheon SI Government Solutions Inc
Raytheon Teligy Inc
Raytheon UK
Raytheon Vision Systems
Raytheon Visual Analytics Inc
Red Hat Inc
Rockwell Collins Inc
RSA Security Inc
RSA Security LLC
SafeNet Inc
SafeNet Inc Government Solutions
Sagem
Salient Federal Solutions (SFS)
Sandia Corporation
SAP AG
Saudi Arabian Oil Company (Saudi Aramco)
Scale Venture Partners
ScanSafe
Schneider Electric SA
Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC)
Science, Engineering and Technology Associates Corporation
Scientific Research Corporation
Secure Computing
Secure Digital Inc
SecureTech
SecureWorks Inc
Selex Communications
Selex Elsag
Selex ES
Selex Galileo
Selex Sensors and Airborne Systems
Selex Sistemi Integrati
Sentrigo
Serco Group PLC
Siemens AG
Siemens Energy
SIFT
SI Government Solutions Inc
Silver Lake Partners
Tata Consultancy Services Ltd
The SI Organization
SM Consulting Inc
Sofradir
SoftScan
Sojitz Corporation
Solana Networks Inc
Solutions Made Simple Inc
SonicWall Inc
Sony Corporation
Sophos PLC
Sotera Defense Solutions Inc
Sourcefire Inc
Sperry Marine
Spirent Communications PLC
SRA International Inc
StoneRiver Inc
Stonesoft Oyj
Stratavia
STRATIS
Stratsec
STS Group
Symantec Corporation
Taia Global Inc
Tampa Microwave
Tasc Inc
Technica Corporation
Telecommunications Systems (TCS) Inc
Teligy Inc
Thales Communications
Thales Communications & Security
Thales Critical Information Systems and Cybersecurity
Thales Cyber Security
Thales Group
Thales Information Systems
Thales Raytheon Systems
Thales Secure Communications and Information Systems
Thales Security
Third Brigade
Trend Micro Australia Pty Ltd
Trend Micro (EMEA) Limited
Trend Micro Inc
Trend Micro Inc (Taiwan)
Trend Micro Inc (Australia)
Tripwire Inc
Trusteer Inc
TT Government Solutions Inc
TWD & Associates Inc
Twitter Inc
TZ Limited
Unicorn Government Inc
Utri
UXC Connect
Vangent Holding Corporation
Vangent Inc
Vanguard Integrity Professionals
VASCO Data Security International Inc
VCE Company LLC
Vega Group PLC
Venafi Inc
VeriSign Inc
Veritas Capital
Vertica Systems Inc
Virtuata
Visionix
Visual Analytics Inc
VMware Inc
Vodafone Group PLC
Vodafone McLaren Mercedes
Vulnerability Research Labs
Watchfire Corporation
Waterfall Security Solutions Ltd
Will Electronics Inc
World Wide Technology Inc
Yahoo! Inc

Government Agencies and Other Organisations Mentioned in this Report

Alabama Agricultural and Mechanical (A&M) University
Battelle Memorial Institute
Canadian National Insurance Crime Services (CANATICS)
Centers for Medicare and Medicaid (USA)
Central Intelligence Agency (CIA)
Centre for the Protection of National Infrastructure (CPNI) - USA
Cyber Crime Center (USA)
Cyber Security Research Alliance (CSRA)
Czech Technical University
Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) - India
Defense Advanced Research Project Agency (DARPA) - USA
Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) - USA
Defense Information Systems Agency, Enterprise Services Directorate - USA
Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) - USA
Defense Technical Information Center (DTIC) - USA
Defense Threat Reduction Agency (USA)
Elderwood Group
Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)
Federal Government of the United States
Foreign and Commonwealth Office (UK)
General Services Administration (GSA) - US
General Services Administration, Managed Service Office
Georgia Tech Applied Research Corporation
Government of Canada
Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ)
Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ), Communications Electronics Security Group (CESG)
Government of Georgia
Government of Kuwait
Government of the Republic of Estonia
Government of the Russian Federation
Government of Saudi Arabia
Government of the United Kingdom
Grid Protection Alliance
Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs (HMRC) - UK
Indian Army
Indo-Tibetan Border Police
Internal Revenue Service (IRS) - USA    
Joint Improvised Explosive Device Defeat Organization (USA)
Ministry of Commerce and Industry (Kuwait)
Ministry of Commerce and Industry (Saudi Arabia)
Ministry of External Affairs (India)
Ministry of Home Affairs (India)
Ministry of Justice (UK)
National Aeronautic and Space Administration (NASA)
National Geospatial Intelligence Agency (USA)
National Reconnaissance Office (USA)
National Security Agency (NSA)
National Security Agency (NSA) High Performance Computing Infrastructure Group
National Security Agency (NSA) Maryland Procurement Office
New Zealand Department of Internal Affairs
North Atlantic Treaty Organisation
Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Homeland Defense and Americas' Security Affairs
Parliament of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
People's Liberation Army (PLA) - China
Royal Saudi Naval Forces
Sandia National Laboratories
Scottish Government
Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command (SPAWAR) - USA
Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Atlantic
Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Pacific
Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command Program Executive Office Enterprise Information Systems
State of Ohio Computing Center
Union Defence Force (armed forces of the UAE)
US Air Force
US Air Force 33rd Network Warfare Squadron
US Air Force 35th Intelligence Squadron
U.S. Air Forces Central Command (USAFCENT)
US Air Force Research Laboratory
US Air Force Space Command
US Air National Guard
US Army
US Army 160th Signals Brigade
US Army Accessions Command
US Army Communications Electronics, Research, Development and Engineering Center (CERDEC)
US Army Information Technology Agency
US Army Material Command
US Army Program Executive Office Command Control Communications - Tactical (PEO C3T)
US Army Redstone Arsenal
US Army Research, Development and Engineering Command (RDECOM)
US Central Command (CENTCOM)
US Central Command, Control Communications and Computers Directorate
US Cyber Command
US Defense Industrial Base
US Defense Industrial Base Cyber Security Task Force
US Department of Defense
US Department of Defense, Chief Information Office
US Department of Energy
US Department of Homeland Security (DHS)
US Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Office of the Chief Financial Officer (OCFO)
US Fleet Forces Command
US Fleet Forces Command, Navy/Cyber Forces
US Marine Corps
US Marine Corps Forces Cyber Command
US National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence (NCCoE)
US Naval Supply Fleet Logistics Center Norfolk
US Naval Surface Warfare Center
US Navy
US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)
US Southern Command (USSOUTHCOM)
US Special Operations Command (USSOCOM)
WikiLeaks

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Converging digital disruptions is creating a major sea change - Cisco calls this the Internet of Everything (IoE). IoE is the network connection of People, Process, Data and Things, fueled by Cloud, Mobile, Social, Analytics and Security, and it represents a $19Trillion value-at-stake over the next 10 years. In her keynote at @ThingsExpo, Manjula Talreja, VP of Cisco Consulting Services, discussed IoE and the enormous opportunities it provides to public and private firms alike. She will share what businesses must do to thrive in the IoE economy, citing examples from several industry sectors.
In his keynote at 16th Cloud Expo, Rodney Rogers, CEO of Virtustream, discussed the evolution of the company from inception to its recent acquisition by EMC – including personal insights, lessons learned (and some WTF moments) along the way. Learn how Virtustream’s unique approach of combining the economics and elasticity of the consumer cloud model with proper performance, application automation and security into a platform became a breakout success with enterprise customers and a natural fit for the EMC Federation.
SYS-CON Events announced today that the "Second Containers & Microservices Conference" will take place November 3-5, 2015, at the Santa Clara Convention Center, Santa Clara, CA, and the “Third Containers & Microservices Conference” will take place June 7-9, 2016, at Javits Center in New York City. Containers and microservices have become topics of intense interest throughout the cloud developer and enterprise IT communities.