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Identity, Authentication, Access Market Tracker – 1H23 Analysis
This analysis provides an explanation of forecast changes, drivers, and inhibitors in (and visual representations of top-line trends for) identity, authentication, and access cybersecurity. It also informs customers of projected changes.
Identity, Authentication, Access Market Tracker – 1H23 Database
The Identity, Authentication, and Access Tracker – 1H23 is part of the IAA Intelligence Service. It has revenue forecasts from 2022 to 2027 and is segmented by five categories, 16 subcategories, and has market shares for 2019, 2020, 2021, and 2022.
2023 Trends to Watch: Identity, Authentication, Access
This Trends to Watch report highlights three key areas within IAA in which Omdia forecasts significant movement in 2023. These are decentralized identity, identity detection and response (IDR), and market consolidation.
Omdia Market Radar: Identity Governance Administration (IGA), 2022
In this report, we discuss the current state of identity governance administration (IGA) technology in 2022. We profile some of the leading vendors, looking at what they currently offer and what they have on their roadmaps of new features.
Identity, Authentication, Access Market Tracker – 1H22 Analysis
This report provides an explanation of forecasted changes, drivers, and inhibitors in, and visual representations of, top-line trends for the identity, authentication, and access market.
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