Security Information & Event Management (SIEM) spend to exceed $6.4bn by 2027 - Security IT Summit | Forum Events Ltd
  • Threatlocker
  • Security Information & Event Management (SIEM) spend to exceed $6.4bn by 2027

    • 0
    Access Control

    A new study from Juniper Research has found that the total business spend on SIEM (Security Identity & Event Management) will exceed $6.4 billion globally by 2027, from just over $4.4 billion in 2022.

    It predicts that this growth of 45% will be driven by the transition from term licence (where businesses can use SIEM for specific licence lengths) to more flexible SaaS (Software-as-a-Service) models (where SIEM solutions are purchased via monthly subscription). This will enable small businesses to access previously unaffordable services.

    A SIEM system is a combination of SIM (Security Information Management) & SEM (Security Event Management), which results in real-time automated analysis of security alerts generated by applications and network hardware; leading to improved corporate cybersecurity.

    IBM Tops Juniper Research Competitor Leaderboard

    The research identified the world’s leading SIEM providers by evaluating their offerings, and the key factors that have led to their respective success, such as the breadth and depth of their platforms.

    The top 3 vendors are:
    1.    IBM
    2.    Rapid7
    3.    Splunk

    Research co-author Nick Maynard said: “Juniper Research has ranked IBM as leading in the global SIEM market, based on its highly successful analytics platform and its ease of integration. SIEM vendors aiming to compete must design scalable solutions that are accessible to smaller businesses, which can provide easy-to-understand, actionable insights for less experienced cybersecurity teams.”

    Transition to SaaS Accelerating Rapidly

    Additionally, the research found that SaaS business models within SIEM are gaining traction; accounting for almost 73% of global business spend on SIEM in 2027, from only 37% in 2022. This significant increase represents an opportunity for newer vendors to break into the market with appealing SaaS-based models, but SIEM vendors must be careful not to leave larger enterprises, which still prefer term licences, behind.

    To find out more, see the new report: Security Information & Event Management: Key Trends, Competitor Leaderboard & Market Forecasts 2022-2027.


    Stuart O'Brien

    All stories by: Stuart O'Brien

    Leave a Reply

    Your email address will not be published.