Messaging security is a program that provides protection for messaging infrastructure. Message security is mainly divided into three types – message authentication, message confidentiality, and message and system integrity. Message security provides protection against image bases and multi-language spam, on-session email blocking, antivirus protection, and real-time IP-reputation service.
Major factors driving growth of the global messaging security market is increasing penetration of internet coupled with growing communication activities through social media messaging applications. Additionally, increasing use of email by companies for workplace communication and need for messaging security to protect email content from third party is other factor expected to boost demand for messaging security in both developed and developing economies over the forecast period.
However, messaging security can generate interoperability issues at the workplace, and also slows down the messaging systems performance which are major factors expected to impede growth of the global market to a significant extent over the forecast period.
The global market is segmented on the basis of mode of communication, deployment, application, end user, and region. Among mode of communication segments, the email messaging segment is projected to register highest revenue share over the forecast period.
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