Identity and access management is a term under computer security, meant to provide access of right resources to a right person, for genuine reasons, and at right times. Solutions under IAM have been implemented by organizations for years. Although, management of identities and access privileges are getting tough, and has become a priority for organizations of all size. Strict compliances, rise in internal threats, and adoption of cloud services and mobile devices has prompted the organization to invest in IAM solutions, and has led to the evolution of IT security practises.
Deployment of IAM solutions has led to increased transparency and greater accountability in sectors such as retail and healthcare. In sectors, such as BFSI, IAM solutions has enabled line-of-business managers to take quick decisions. At present, organizations are looking for innovative solutions to address their security needs with the changing business practises. As such, the vendors in the IAM market can focus on the same to address the opportunities, instead of other maturing segments.
The rising security concerns among the organizations, growth of cloud technology, awareness of compliance management, and demand for mobility solutions are the major drivers for the growth of Identity & Access Management market. The market is segmented by organizational size, deployment type, services, verticals and regions. Some of the Identity & Access Management (IAM) Market vendors are Oracle, IBM, Microsoft, Dell, Hitachi. Okta, NetIQ, CA Technologies and Sailpoint Technologies.
The study covers and analyses the “Identity & Access Management” market. Bringing out the complete key insights of the industry, the report aims to provide an opportunity for players to understand the latest trends, current market scenario, government initiative, and technologies related to the market. In addition, helps the venture capitalist in understanding the companies better and take informed decisions.
1 Industry Outlook
1.1 Industry Overview
1.2 Industry Trends
1.3 PESTEL Analysis
2 Report Outline
2.1 Report Scope
2.2 Report Summary
2.3 Research Methodology
2.4 Report Assumptions
3 Market Snapshot
3.1 Total Addressable Market (TAM)
3.2 Segmented Addressable Market (SAM)
3.3 SAM as a Segment of TAM
3.4 Related Markets
4 Market Outlook
4.4 Porter 5 (Five) Forces
5 Market Characteristics
5.1 Market Trends
5.2 Value Chain
5.3 Market Dynamics
5.4 DRO – Impact Analysis
5.5 Key Stakeholders
6 Deployment Mode: Market Size and Analysis
6.3 Cloud based
7 Software: Market Size and Analysis
7.2 Sensor data analytics
7.3 IoT gateway analytics
7.4 Network management
8 Organization size: Market Size & Analysis
8.2 Small & medium enterprises
8.3 Large enterprises
9 Verticals: Market Size and Analysis
9.2 Government & defense
9.3 IT & Telecom
10 Component: Market Size and Analysis
10.3 Directory Services
10.5 Audit, Compliance & Governance
11 Regions: Market Size and Analysis
11.4 Asia Pacific
12 Competitive Analysis
Includes other major vendors
13 Vendor Profiles*
Includes other major vendors
14 Companies to Watch for #
15 Expert’s Views
* Vendor profiles will include: overview, business units, geographical revenue, recent developments, business focus, SWOT, and business strategy
# Companies to watch for will include small private players present in the market
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