The Identity Authentication Access Market Tracker – 1H21 is part of the IAA Intelligence Service. It has revenue forecasts from 2020 to 2025. It is segmented by five categories, 16 sub-categories, and has market shares for 2019 and 2020.
The purpose of this document is to provide an explanation of forecast changes, drivers, and inhibitors; present visual representations of top-line trends for identity, authentication and access cybersecurity; and inform customers of projected changes.
The zero-trust approach to security has enjoyed increasing adoption in recent years as has its mantra “Never trust, always verify,” and one manifestation of that ethos in the IAA world is continuous authentication.
Under the twin pressures of end-user mobility and applications migrating to the cloud, enterprise technology for secure remote access is undergoing an evolution towards zero-trust access (ZTA).
On-premises products now fall squarely in the category of legacy technology that is deployed on the customer’s premises, regardless of the enterprise IT infrastructure.
This report discusses what the term secure access service edge (SASE) brings to the analysis of the market, as well as its shortcomings, and why SASE is merely a waypoint on the journey toward multimodal solutions.
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