TAMPA, Fla., May 14, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Black Book Market Research LLC’s annual poll of cybersecurity products, services, outsourcing and consulting clients spanned 17 functional areas of cybersecurity including: Authorization and Authentication Solutions; Blockchain Solutions; Compliance and Risk Management Solutions; Cybersecurity Advisors and Consultants; Cybersecurity Training and Education; DDoS Attack Prevention; End Point Security Solutions; Access Management; Firewall Networks; Data Encryption; Intrusion Protection Solutions; Threat Detection and Prevention; Network Security; Email Protection; and Cybersecurity Data Analytics.
Doc Halo was rated highest in Secure Communications Platforms by survey respondents for the second consecutive year.
The full listing of cybersecurity rankings in each category can be found at Black Book’s website https://blackbookmarketresearch.com/health-data-security-and-privacy.
“Cybersecurity is no longer considered solely an IT responsibility or a compliance issue,” said Doug Brown, founder of Black Book and lead researcher on the Q2 2018 study.
Black Book anticipates demand for outsourced information security, consulting and support to increase five times faster than security technology products and software purchases as job vacancies exceed qualified candidates.
Black Book Market Research LLC measures customer satisfaction across 18 copyrighted key performance indicators: Strategic Alignment of Vendor Offerings to the Client’s Mission and Goals; Innovation and Optimization; Training and Education; Client Relationships and Cultural Fit; Trust, Accountability, Ethics and Transparency; Breadth of Offerings; Deployment and Implementation; Customization; Integration and Interfaces, Interoperability and Connectivity; Scalability and Client Adaptability, Vendor Staff Expertise and Performance; Reliability; Brand Image and Marketing Communications; Marginal Value Adds; Vendor Financial Viability and Managerial Stability; Data Storage Services; Support and Customer Care; and Best of Breed Technology and Process Improvement.
In total, 2,464 cybersecurity system users and senior level managers participated over the seven-month crowdsourced