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February 20, 2009

Identity and access market to surge by 23% to 2012

Study charts opex savings and compliance as drivers

By CBR Staff Writer

Sales of identity and access management systems will grow by 23% year over year to 2012.

According to a just published RNCOS report, the EMEA and Asia-Pacific regions are forecast to show much stronger growth, collectively accounting for nearly 62% of the market in the next three years.

The new market study charts drivers as improved security, productivity and reduced administration costs, and the regulatory obligations of HIPAA, Sarbanes-Oxley and the like.

Demand is also expected to stem from organisations that are having to meet the Payment Card Industry’s customer identity protection requirements.

 

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