Experts say BYOD will boost wireless LAN security market by 2019

TechNavio claims that BYOD policies will ensure more WLAN security systems will be put in place, alongside advanced security software.

Published Sun, Dec 14 2014 4:11 AM CST   |   Updated Tue, Nov 3 2020 12:12 PM CST

TechNavio has published a report on the Global WLAN Security Market, claiming that it's expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate of 27.99 percent during the 2015-2019 period.

Experts say BYOD will boost wireless LAN security market by 2019 |

This tech-focused research firm claims that WLAN security systems are in high demand for enhanced network performance, stating that growth is currently being experienced as more companies are utilizing Bring Your Own Device (BYOC) policies which has prompted users to "go mobile" - with even schools taking part in similar schemes.

The Vice President of TechNavio, Faisal Ghaus, mentioned that "WLAN Security is finding growing relevance as employees are using their own devices while working on confidential company information and applications outside of the office". Further expanding on his companies report which claims that the amount of data being processed by these BYOD systems and the sensitive nature of whats involved will see a major boost come to the wireless security sector in coming years.

With more employees and students being urged to bring their own devices into their workplaces and schools from 2015 onwards, expect to see major advancements in wireless security be released on a regular basis.

In relation to this information, TechNavio has also released papers on similar subjects throughout 2014 including the Global BOYD security market.


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