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Cyber attacks between states are not only rising in frequency but are also becoming increasingly sophisticated. The growing threat has raised the public awareness, and governments have increased budgets for the development of defensive and offensive cyber capabilities. As a consequence, Visiongain has determined that the value of the global cyber warfare market in 2013 will reach $16.96bn.

What makes this report unique?

Visiongain consulted widely with industry experts and full transcripts from these exclusive interviews with Symantec and with Lockheed Martin Corporation are included in the report. As such, our reports have a unique blend of primary and secondary sources providing informed analysis. This methodology allows insight into the key drivers and restraints behind market dynamics and competitive developments, as well as identifying the technological issues. The report therefore presents an ideal balance of qualitative analysis combined with extensive quantitative data including global and regional markets forecasts from 2013-2023 - all of which identify strategic business opportunities.

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• Stay ahead with this comprehensive analysis of the cyber warfare market prospects- The report comprises 158 pages• Get ahead by studying highly quantitative content that delivers solid conclusions benefiting your research and analysis- 121 tables, charts, and graphs quantifying and forecasting the market• Read exclusive expert opinion interviews from cyber industry specialists informing the analysis- Symantec- Lockheed Martin Corporation• View global market forecasts from 2013-2023 to keep your knowledge one step ahead of the competition- The report provides an analytical overview with detailed sales projections and analysis of the market, the competitors, and the commercial drivers and restraints.• Learn about the opportunities in 14 leading countries with market forecasts between 2013-2023- US- China- UK- Russia- Israel- France- Japan- India- Germany- South Korea- Canada- Australia- Brazil- Saudi Arabia• Understand the competitive landscape with profiles of 20 leading companies examining their positioning, products, services, focus, strategies and outlook.- BAE Systems- Boeing- Booz Allen Hamilton- Computer Science Corporation- EADS Group- EMC Corporation- General Dynamics Corporation- Harris Corporation- Hewlett Packard- Honeywell Inc.- Intel- IBM- Lockheed Martin Corporation- L-3 Communications- Microsoft- Northrop Grumman Corporation- Raytheon Company- Science Applications International Corporation- Symantec Corporation- Thales Group• Discover the qualitative analysis informing the market forecasts- SWOT analysis of competitive factors: strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats revealing what drives and restrains the industry and the prospects for established companies and new market entrants.

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Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary

1.1 Global Market Overview

1.2 Benefits of This Report

1.3 Who is This Report For?

1.4 Methodology

1.5 Global Cyber Warfare Market Forecast 2013-2023

1.6 Leading National Cyber Warfare Market Forecasts 2013-2023

2. Introduction to the Cyber Warfare Market 2.1 What is Cyber Warfare?2.1.1 States2.1.2 Companies 2.1.3 Private Actors2.2 Types of Cyber Attack2.2.1 Disinformation, Propaganda and Vandalism2.2.2 Cyber Espionage and Intelligence Gathering2.2.3 Disruption of Critical Infrastructure2.2.4 Reconnaissance2.2.5 Remote Control2.3 Cyber Weapons2.3.1 Botnet2.3.2 Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS)2.3.3 Logic Bomb2.3.4 Other Malicious Software2.4 Cyber Defences2.4.1 Firewalls Cyber2.4.2 Intrusion Detection Systems2.4.3 Network Access Controls2.4.4 Virtual Private Network2.4.5 Vulnerability Scanners2.4.6 Non-Public Networks2.5 Cyber Attacks2.5.1 List of Most Notable Cyber Attacks2.5.1.1 Estonia 20072.5.1.2 Operation Orchard 20072.5.1.3 Georgia 20082.5.1.4 Pentagon 20082.5.1.5 Operation Aurora 20092.5.1.6 Chinese Diversion of Internet Traffic 20102.5.1.7 Stuxnet 20102.5.1.8 Duqu 20112.5.1.9 RSA 20112.5.1.10 Mitsubishi Heavy Industries 20112.5.1.11 Vanguard Industries 20112.5.1.12 Flamer 20122.5.1.13 Shammoon Virus2.3 The Cyber Warfare Market

3. Global Cyber Warfare Market Forecast 2013-2023

3.1 Find out How the global Cyber Warfare Market Will Evolve From 2013-2023

3.2 Global Cyber Warfare Market Drivers & Restraints

3.3 Global Cyber Warfare Market Analysis

4. Leading National Cyber Warfare Markets 2013-2023 4.1 Find Out Which are the Leading National Markets From 2013-20234.2 Read How the New Defence Budget Affects the US Cyber Warfare Market 2013-20234.2.1 US Cyber Warfare Market Drivers & Restraints4.2.2 US Cyber Warfare Market Major Contracts & Programmes4.2.3 Find Out Which Companies Will Benefit from the $10bn US Cyber Warfare Market 4.3 Find Out How China's 'Five Year Plan' Drives their Cyber Warfare Market 2013-20234.3.1 Chinese Cyber Warfare Market Drivers & Restraints4.3.2 Why Visiongain Predicts Strong 12% CAGR For the Chinese Cyber Warfare Market 4.4 Discover the Effects of the National Security Strategy on the UK Cyber Warfare Market 2013-20234.4.1 UK Cyber Warfare Drivers & Restraints4.4.2 Read Which Company Benefits From the UK Cyber Warfare Market 2013-20234.5 Read How the Russian Cyber Warfare Market Benefits from Increased Military Expenditure 2013-20234.5.1 Russian Cyber Warfare Market Drivers & Restraints4.5.2 Find Out Why Growth Is Predicted for the Russian Cyber Warfare Market4.6 Find Out How Israel's Ambitions Drive the Cyber Warfare Market 2013-20234.6.1 Israeli Cyber Warfare Market Drivers & Restraints4.6.2 Read How Much the Israeli Government is Planning to Spend on Research & Development of Cyber Warfare Capabilities4.7 Discover How France Is Catching Up with its NATO's Partners in the Cyber Warfare Market 2013-20234.7.1 French Cyber Warfare Market Drivers & Restraints4.7.2 French Cyber Warfare Market Major Contracts & Programmes4.7.3 Find Out Why France Is in Urgent Need to Develop Advanced Cyber Capabilities4.8 Read How Japan's Response to Increasing Threats Pushes the Cyber Warfare Market 2013-20234.8.1 Japanese Cyber Warfare Market Drivers & Restraints4.8.2 Read About Japan's Plans to Invest in a New Cyber Warfare Unit4.9 Read How Regional Threats Drive the Indian Cyber Warfare Market 2013-20234.9.1 Indian Cyber Warfare Market Drivers & Restraints4.9.2 Discover How Much the Indian Government Will Spend on Cyber Warfare Capabilities4.10 Read How Germany Is Closing the Gap with its NATO Partners in the Cyber Warfare Market 2013-20234.10.1 German Cyber Warfare Market Drivers & Restraints4.10.2 Read About the Status of Germany's Cyber Readiness4.11 Read How Plans of the South Korean Government Will Affect the Cyber Warfare Market 2013-20234.11.1 South Korean Cyber Warfare Drivers & Restraints4.11.2 Find Out Why Visiongain Predicts a Strong 10% CAGR for the South Korean Cyber Warfare Market4.12 Discover how the Canadian Government will Spend its Budget on the Cyber Warfare Market 2013-20234.12.1 Canadian Cyber Warfare Market Drivers & Restraints4.12.2 Read How Canada Plans to Further Develop its Cyber Warfare Capabilities4.13 Read if the Delay in Developing the White Paper on Cyber Security Will Affect the Australian Cyber Warfare Market 2013-20234.13.1 Australian Cyber Warfare Market Drivers & Restraints4.13.2 Find Out Why Visiongain Predicts the Australian Cyber Warfare Market to Grow4.14 Find Out How the Brazilian Government Invests in the Cyber Warfare Market 2013-20234.14.1 Brazilian Cyber Warfare Market Drivers & Restraints4.14.2 Read Which Two Companies Will Gain in the Brazilian Cyber Warfare Market4.15 Read About the Opportunities in the Saudi Arabian Cyber Warfare Market 2013-20234.15.1 Saudi Arabian Cyber Warfare Market Drivers & Restraints4.15.2 Discover the Opportunities in the Rapidly Growing Saudi Arabian Cyber Warfare Market4.16 Find Out How the Cyber Warfare Market Evolves in the Rest of the World 2013-20234.16.1 ROW Cyber Warfare Market Drivers & Restraints4.16.2 Read About the EU's and NATO's Cyber Budget Plans

5. SWOT Analysis of the Cyber Warfare Market 2013-2023

5.1 Strengths

5.1.1 Increasing Threat of Cyber Attacks

5.1.2 Increasing Demand for Cyber Warfare Capabilities

5.1.3 Increasing Public Awareness

5.1.4 Fast Developing Technologies

5.2 Weaknesses

5.2.1 Delays in Developing National Cyber Strategies

5.2.2 Global Economic Outlook

5.2.3 Delays in Developing Skills

5.3 Opportunities

5.3.1 Increasing Government Cyber Budgets

5.3.2 Increasing Threats Drive Innovation

5.4 Threats

5.4.1 Limited Budgets in Less Developed Countries

5.4.2 Cyber Attacks on Industry

6. Expert Opinion 6.1 Interview with Symantec6.1.1 Ilias Chantzos, Senior Director, Symantec Government Relations6.1.2 The Evolution of Cyber Threats: Motivation and Methodology6.1.3 Symantec's Involvement in Cyber Security6.1.4 What Challenges are there for Companies like Symantec Involved in Cyber Security?6.1.5 Will Military Budget Cuts Also Affect the Cyber Warfare Market?6.1.6 The Future of Cyber Attacks6.1.7 Co-operation Between the Private and Public Sector6.2 Interview with Lockheed Martin Corporation6.2.1 What Will be the Impact of Western Military Spending Cuts on the Cyber Warfare Market?6.2.2 How Lockheed Martin is Planning for the Future of Cyber Warfare6.2.3 Where are the Regional Areas of Growth in the Cyber Warfare Market?

7. Leading Companies in the Cyber Warfare Market

7.1 BAE Systems Overview

7.1.1 BAE Systems Analysis

7.1.2 BAE Systems M&A Activity

7.2 Boeing, Defense, Space and Security Overview

7.2.1 Boeing, Defense, Space and Security Analysis

7.2.2 Boeing, Defense, Space and Security Cyber Contracts

7.2.3 Boeing, Defense, Space and Security M&A Activity

7.3 Booz Allen Hamilton Overview

7.3.1 Booz Allen Hamilton Analysis

7.3.2 Booz Allen Hamilton Cyber Contracts

7.3.3 Booz Allen Hamilton M&A Activity

7.4 Computer Science Corporation Overview

7.4.1 Computer Science Corporation Analysis

7.4.2 Computer Science Corporation M&A Activity

7.5 EADS Group Overview

7.5.1 EADS Group Analysis

7.5.2 EADS Group M&A Activity

7.6 EMC Corporation Overview

7.6.1 EMC Corporation Analysis

7.6.2 EMC Corporation M&A Activity

7.7 General Dynamics Corporation Overview

7.7.1 General Dynamics Corporation Analysis

7.7.2 General Dynamics Corporation Cyber Contracts

7.8 Harris Corporation Overview

7.8.1 Harris Corporation Analysis

7.9 Honeywell Inc. Overview

7.9.1 Honeywell Inc. Analysis

7.10 Hewlett Packard Overview

7.10.1 Hewlett Packard Analysis

7.10.2 Hewlett Packard M&A Activity

7.11 Intel Overview

7.11.1 Intel Analysis

7.11.2 Intel M&A Activity

7.12 IBM Overview

7.12.1 IBM Analysis

7.12.2 IBM M&A Activity

7.13 L-3 Communications Overview

7.13.1 L-3 Communications Analysis

7.13.2 L-3 Communications Cyber Contracts

7.13.3 L-3 Communications M&A Activity

7.14 Lockheed Martin Corporation Overview

7.14.1 Lockheed Martin Corporation Analysis

7.14.2 Lockheed Martin Corporation M&A Activity

7.15 Microsoft Overview

7.15.1 Microsoft Analysis

7.16 Northrop Grumman Corporation Overview

7.16.1 Northrop Grumman Corporation Analysis

7.16.2 Northrop Grumman Corporation Cyber Contracts

7.16.3 Northrop Grumman Corporation M&A

7.17 Raytheon Company Overview

7.17.1 Raytheon Company Analysis

7.17.2 Raytheon Company M&A Activity

7.18 Science Applications International Corporation Overview

7.18.1 Science Applications International Corporation Analysis

7.18.2 Science Applications International Corporation M&A Activity

7.19 Symantec Corporation Overview

7.19.1 Symantec Corporation Analysis

7.19.2 Symantec Corporation M&A Activity

7.20 Thales Group Corporation Overview

7.20.1 Thales Group Corporation Analysis

7.21 Other Leading Companies in the Cyber Warfare Market

8. Conclusions 8.1 Cyber Warfare Market Outlook8.2 Cyber Warfare Market Drivers & Restraints8.3 Global Cyber Warfare Market Forecast 2013-20238.4 Leading National Cyber Warfare Market Forecasts 2013-2023

9. Glossary

List of Tables

Table 1.1 Global Cyber Warfare Market Forecast Summary 2013, 2018, 2023 ($bn, CAGR %)

Table 1.2 Leading National Cyber Warfare Market Forecasts Summary 2013, 2018, 2023 ($m, CAGR %)

Table 3.1 Global Cyber Warfare Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($bn, AGR %, CAGR %, Cumulative)

Table 3.2 Global Cyber Warfare Market Drivers & Restraints

Table 4.1 Leading National Cyber Warfare Markets Forecast 2013-2023 ($m, AGR %)

Table 4.2 US Cyber Warfare Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($bn, AGR %, CAGR %, Cumulative)

Table 4.3 US Cyber Warfare Market Drivers & Restraints

Table 4.4 US Cyber Warfare Market Major Contracts & Programmes

Table 4.5 Chinese Cyber Warfare Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($bn, AGR %, CAGR %, Cumulative)

Table 4.6 Chinese Cyber Warfare Market Drivers & Restraints

Table 4.7 UK Cyber Warfare Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($bn, AGR %, CAGR %, Cumulative)

Table 4.8 UK Cyber Warfare Market Drivers & Restraints

Table 4.9 Russian Cyber Warfare Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($bn, AGR %, CAGR %, Cumulative)

Table 4.10 Russian Cyber Warfare Market Drivers & Restraints

Table 4.11 Israeli Cyber Warfare Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($bn, AGR %, CAGR %, Cumulative)

Table 4.12 Israeli Cyber Warfare Market Drivers & Restraints

Table 4.13 French Cyber Warfare Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($bn, AGR %, CAGR %, Cumulative)

Table 4.14 French Cyber Warfare Market Drivers & Restraints

Table 4.15 French Cyber Warfare Market Major Contracts & Programmes

Table 4.16 Japanese Cyber Warfare Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($bn, AGR %, CAGR %, Cumulative)

Table 4.17 Japanese Cyber Warfare Market Drivers & Restraints

Table 4.18 Indian Cyber Warfare Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($bn, AGR %, CAGR %, Cumulative)

Table 4.19 Indian Cyber Warfare Market Drivers & Restraints

Table 4.20 German Cyber Warfare Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($bn, AGR %, CAGR %, Cumulative)

Table 4.21 German Cyber Warfare Market Drivers & Restraints

Table 4.22 South Korean Cyber Warfare Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($bn, AGR %, CAGR%, Cumulative)

Table 4.23 South Korean Cyber Warfare Market Drivers & Restraints

Table 4.24 Canadian Cyber Warfare Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($bn, AGR %, CAGR%, Cumulative)

Table 4.25 Canadian Cyber Warfare Market Drivers & Restraints

Table 4.26 Australian Cyber Warfare Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($bn, AGR %, CAGR %, Cumulative)

Table 4.27 Australian Cyber Warfare Market Drivers & Restraints

Table 4.28 Brazilian Cyber Warfare Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($bn, AGR %, CAGR %, Cumulative)

Table 4.29 Brazilian Cyber Warfare Market Drivers & Restraints

Table 4.30 Saudi Arabian Cyber Warfare Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($bn, AGR %, CAGR %, Cumulative)

Table 4.31 Saudi Arabian Cyber Warfare Market Drivers & Restraints

Table 4.32 ROW Cyber Warfare Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($bn, AGR %, CAGR %, Cumulative)

Table 4.33 ROW Cyber Warfare Market Drivers & Restraints

Table 5.1 SWOT Analysis of the Cyber Warfare Market 2013-2023

Table 7.1 BAE Systems Overview 2012 (Total Revenue, HQ, Contact, Website)

Table 7.2 BAE Systems Cyber Contracts / Projects / Programmes 2012 (Date, Country, Value, Expires, Details, $/year)

Table 7.3 BAE Systems Cyber Products /Services (Division, Capability, Product & Technology)

Table 7.4 Boeing Overview 2012 (Total Revenue, HQ, Contact, Website)

Table 7.5 Boeing Cyber Contracts / Projects / Programmes 2012 (Date, Country, Expires, Details)

Table 7.6 Boeing Cyber Products / Services (Division, Capability, Product & Technology)

Table 7.7 Booz Allen Hamilton Overview 2012 (Total Revenue, HQ, Contact, Website)

Table 7.8 Booz Allen Hamilton Cyber Contracts / Projects / Programmes 2012 (Date, Customer, Value, Expires, Details, $/year)

Table 7.9 Booz Allen Hamilton Cyber Products / Services (Division, Capability, Product & Technology)

Table 7.10 Computer Science Corporation Overview 2012 (Total Revenue, HQ, Contact, Website)

Table 7.11 Computer Science Corporation Cyber Products / Services (Division, Capability, Product & Technology)

Table 7.12 EADS Group Overview 2012 (Total Revenue, HQ, Contact, Website)

Table 7.13 EADS Group Cyber Products / Services (Division, Capability, Product & Technology)

Table 7.14 EMC Corporation Overview 2012 (Total Revenue, HQ, Contact, Website)

Table 7.15 EMC Corporation Cyber Products / Services (Division, Capability, Product & Technology)

Table 7.16 General Dynamics Corporation Overview 2012 (Total Revenue, HQ, Contact, Website)

Table 7.17 General Dynamics Corporation Cyber Contracts / Projects / Programmes 2012 (Date, Customer, Value, Expires, Details, $/year)

Table 7.18 General Dynamics Corporation Cyber Products / Services (Division, Capability, Product & Technology)

Table 7.19 Harris Corporation Overview 2012 (Total Revenue, HQ, Contact, Website)

Table 7.20 Harris Corporation Cyber Products / Services (Division, Capability, Product & Technology)

Table 7.21 Honeywell Inc. Overview 2012 (Total Revenue, HQ, Contact, Website)

Table 7.22 Hewlett Packard Overview 2012 (Total Revenue, HQ, Contact, Website)

Table 7.23 Hewlett Packard Cyber Products / Services (Division, Capability, Product & Technology)

Table 7.24 Intel Overview 2012 (Total Revenue, HQ, Contact, Website)

Table 7.25 Intel Cyber Products / Services (Division, Capability, Product & Technology)

Table 7.26 IBM Overview 2012 (Total Revenue, HQ, Contact, Website)

Table 7.27 IBVM Cyber Products / Services (Division, Capability, Product & Technology)

Table 7.28 L-3 Communications Overview 2012 (Total Revenue, HQ, Contact, Website)

Table 7.29 L-3 Communications Cyber Contracts / Projects / Programmes 2013 (Date, Customer, Expires, Details)

Table 7.30 L-3 Communications Cyber Products / Services (Division, Capability, Product & Technology)

Table 7.31 Lockheed Martin Corporation Overview 2012 (Total Revenue, HQ, Contact, Website)

Table 7.32 Lockheed Martin Corporation Cyber Products / Services (Division, Capability, Product & Technology)

Table 7.33 Microsoft Overview 2012 (Total Revenue, HQ, Contact, Website)

Table 7.34 Microsoft Cyber Products / Services (Division, Capability, Product & Technology)

Table 7.35 Northrop Grumman Overview 2012 (Total Revenue, HQ, Contact, Website)

Table 7.36 Northrop Grumman Cyber Contracts / Projects / Programmes 2012 (Date, Customer, Value ($m), Details)

Table 7.37 Raytheon Company Overview 2012 (Total Revenue, HQ, Contact, Website)

Table 7.38 Raytheon Company Cyber Products / Services (Division, Capability, Products & Technology)

Table 7.39 Science Applications International Corporation Overview 2012 (Total Revenue, HQ, Contact, Website)

Table 7.40 Science Application International Corporation Cyber Products / Services (Division, Capability, Product & Technology)

Table 7.41 Symantec Corporation Overview 2012 (Total Revenue, HQ, Contact, Website)

Table 7.42 Symantec Corporation Cyber Products / Services (Division, Capability, Product & Technology)

Table 7.43 Thales Group Corporation Overview 2012 (Total Revenue, HQ, Contact, Website)

Table 7.44 Thales Group Corporation Cyber Products / Services (Division, Capability, Product & Technology)

Table 7.45 Other Leading Companies in the Cyber Warfare Market (Company, Product /service)

Table 8.1 Global Cyber Warfare Market Driver & Restraints

Table 8.2 Global Cyber Warfare Market Forecast Summary 2013, 2018, 2023 ($bn, CAGR %)

Table 8.3 Leading National Market Forecasts Summary 2013, 2018, 2023 ($bn, CAGR %)

List of Charts

Chart 3.1 Global Cyber Warfare Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($bn, AGR %)

Chart 4.1 Leading National Cyber Warfare Markets Forecast 2013-2023 ($bn)

Chart 4.2 Leading National Cyber Warfare Markets Share Forecast 2013 (%)

Chart 4.3 Leading National Cyber Warfare Markets Share Forecast 2018 (%)

Chart 4.4 Leading National Cyber Warfare Markets Share Forecast 2023 (%)

Chart 4.5 US Cyber Warfare Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($bn, AGR %)

Chart 4.6 US Cyber Warfare Market Share Forecast 2013, 2018 and 2023 (% Share)

Chart 4.7 Chinese Cyber Warfare Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($bn, AGR %)

Chart 4.8 Chinese Cyber Warfare Market Share Forecast 2013, 2018 and 2023 (% Share)

Chart 4.9 UK Cyber Warfare Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($bn, AGR %)

Chart 4.10 UK Cyber Warfare Market Share Forecast 2013, 2018 and 2023 (% Share)

Chart 4.11 Russian Cyber Warfare Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($bn, AGR %)

Chart 4.12 Russian Cyber Warfare Market Share Forecast 2013, 2018 and 2023 (% Share)

Chart 4.13 Israeli Cyber Warfare Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($bn, AGR %)

Chart 4.14 Israeli Cyber Warfare Market Share Forecast 2013, 2018 and 2023 (% Share)

Chart 4.15 French Cyber Warfare Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($bn, AGR %)

Chart 4.16 French Cyber Warfare Market Share Forecast 2013, 2018 and 2023 (% Share)

Chart 4.17 Japanese Cyber Warfare Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($bn, AGR%)

Chart 4.18 Japanese Cyber Warfare Market Share Forecast 2013, 2018 and 2023 (% Share)

Chart 4.19 Indian Cyber Warfare Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($bn, AGR %)

Chart 4.20 Indian Cyber Warfare Market Share Forecast 2013, 2018 and 2023 (% Share)

Chart 4.21 German Cyber Warfare Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($bn, AGR %)

Chart 4.22 German Cyber Warfare Market Share Forecast 2013, 2018 and 2023 (% Share)

Chart 4.23 South Korean Cyber Warfare Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($bn, AGR %)

Chart 4.24 South Korean Cyber Warfare Market Share Forecast 2013, 2018 and 2023 (% Share)

Chart 4.25 Canadian Cyber Warfare Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($bn, AGR %)

Chart 4.26 Canadian Cyber Warfare Market Share Forecast 2013, 2018 and 2023 (% Share)

Chart 4.27 Australian Cyber Warfare Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($bn, AGR %)

Chart 4.28 Australian Cyber Warfare Market Share Forecast 2013, 2018 and 2023 (% Share)

Chart 4.29 Brazilian Cyber Warfare Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($bn, AGR%)

Chart 4.30 Brazilian Cyber Warfare Market Share Forecast 2013, 2018 and 2023 (% Share)

Chart 4.31 Saudi Arabian Cyber Warfare Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($bn, AGR%)

Chart 4.32 Saudi Arabian Cyber Warfare Market Share Forecast 2013, 2018 and 2023 (% Share)

Chart 4.33 ROW Cyber Warfare Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($bn, AGR %)

Chart 4.34 ROW Cyber Warfare Market Share Forecast 2013, 2018 and 2023 (% Share)

Companies Listed

Advanced Micro Devices

Airbus

Algorithmics

AppLabs

AMD

APC

Aramco

ArcS

Arinc Defense Systems Engineering & Support

Astrium

BAE Systems

BAE Systems Detica

BAE Systems Intelligence and Security

BluePex

Boeing Company

Boeing Cyber Engagement Center

Boeing, Defense, Space and Security

Boeing Information Solutions

Boeing Network and Space Systems

Booz Allen Hamilton Holding Corporation

Booz Allen Hamilton Inc.

BT

Butterfly Software Ltd.

CACI

Camber Group

Cassidian

Cassidian CyberSecurity

CA Technologies

Check Point Software Technologies

China Telecom

CloudShield Technologies Inc.

CISCO

CRGT

Computer Science Corporation

Cubic Corporation

Danaher Corporation Kollmorgen Electro-Optical unit

Dell

DemanTec

EADS Group

El Al Israel Airlines Ltd.

EMC Corporation

Emptoris Inc.

ETI A/S

Eurocopter

eXMeritus

Exxon Mobil Corporation

Finmeccanica Cyber Solutions

F-Secure Corporation

General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems

General Dynamics Corporation

General Dynamics Cyber and Intelligence Solutions Center

General Dynamic Information Technology

Green Hat

G4S Plc

Harris Corporation

Harris Cyber Integrated Solutions

Harris Integrated Network Solutions

Havelsan

Hengeler Computer Consultants

Hewlett Packard (HP)

Honeywell Inc.

IBM

i2

Intel Corporation

iSoft Group Limited

Finmeccanica

Juniper Networks

Kaspersky Lab

Kenexa

Kestrel

KEYW Corporation

Kratos Defence and Security Solutions Inc.

Layer 7 Technologies

Lockheed Martin Center for Cyber Security Innovation

Lockheed Martin Corporation

Lockheed Martin NexGen Cyber Innovation and Technology Center

Lockheed Martin Security Intelligence Center

Lockheed Martin Wireless Cyber Security Testing Laboratory

L-1 Identity Solutions' Intelligence Services Group

L-3 Communications

L-3 Cybersecurity Solutions Center

L-3 KEO

L-3 Stratis

ManTech International Corporation

Mastercard

McAfee Inc.

MEI Technologies

Microsoft

Microsoft Defence Solutions

Microsoft Government Solutions

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries

M5 Network Security Pty Ltd.

Narus

NetApp

Netasq

NetWitness Corporation

Norkom Group pla

Northrop Grumman Corporation

Panda Security

Patrick Energy Services

Paypal

Pikeworks Corporation

Platform Computing

Qatar Petroleum

Qinetiq

Q1 Labs

RasGas

Raytheon Company

Raytheon Cybersecurity Solutions

Raytheon Intelligence and Information Systems

Reuters

Rio Decatron

RSA Security LLC

SAIC

SAIC Cyber and Information Solutions Business Unit

SecureWorks

Siemens

Silver Tail Systems

Sojitz Corporation

Solutions Made Simple Inc.

Sophos

Sotera Defense Solutions

Symantec Corporation

Tealeaf Technology, Inc.

Tel Aviv Stock Exchange

Teligy

Telstra

Texas Memory Systems

Trend Micro

Tririga

TrustWave

Thales Alenia Space

Thales Communications & Security

Thales Group Corporation

Unisys Corporation

Vanguard Defense Industries

Varicent Software

VeriSign Japan KK

Vertica Systems

Virginia Tech's Cybersecurity Innovations Lab

Virginia Tech's Ted and Karyn Hume Center for National Security and Technology

Via

Vitalize Consulting Solutions, Inc.

Vivisimo

VMware

Worklight

Yahoo

Government Agencies and Other Organisations Mentioned in This Report

Agence Nationale de la Sécurité des Systèmes d'Information (ANSSI)

Anonymous

Australian Computer Emergency Response Team (AusCERT)

Australian Cyber Security Operations Centre

Australian Defence Force (ADF)

Brazilian Cyber Defence Center (CDCiber)

Canadian Cyber Incident Response Centre (CCIRC)

Canadian Defence Research Development Agency

Canadian Department of Finance

Canadian Department of National Defense (DND)

Canadian Government Operations Centre (GOC)

Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS)

Canadian Treasury Board

Central Intelligence Agency (CIA)

Communications Security Establishment Canada (CSEC)

Computer Emergency Response Team Australia (CERT)

Cyber Innovation Center

Cyber Security Research Alliance (CSRA)

Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA)

European Commission Directorate General Information Society

European Defence Agency (EDA)

European External Action Service (EEAS)

European Network and Information Security Agency (ENISA)

European Union (EU)

French General Directorate of Armament (DGA)

French Ministry of Defence

French Ministry of the Economy, Finances and Industry

French Navy

French Network and Information Security Agency (FNISA)

French Senate Committee on Foreign Affairs

German Bundeswehr

German Computer Network Operations Unit

German Cyber Defence Centre

German Defence Ministry

German Department of Information and Computer Network Operations

German Federal Office for Information Security (BSI)

German Federal Office for the Protection of Constitution (BfV)

German Strategic Reconnaissance Command

Gilad Team

Indian Central Bureau of Investigation

Indian Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-In)

Indian Department of Information Technology

Indian Eastern Naval Command

Indian Ministry of Communications & Information Technology

Israeli Defense Corps

Israeli Defense Forces Operations Department (IDF)

Israeli Foreign Ministry

Israeli Intelligence Corps

Israeli Ministry of Finance

Israeli National Cyber Committee

Israeli National Cyber Directorate (NCD)

Israeli Science and Technology Ministry

Israeli Technical Reconnaissance Bureaus

Israeli Tehila Department

Intelligence Community

Japanese House of Representatives

Japanese Ministry of Defence (MoD)

Japanese Ministry of Finance

Japanese National Information Security Center (NISC)

Japanese National Information Security Policy Council

Japanese Self-Defence Forces (SDF)

Kuwait Ministry of Commerce and Industry

Lulzec

NASA

National Cyber Security Alliance

Nationale Cyber-Abwehrzentrum

North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)

Pakistan Cyber Army

Pentagon

People's Liberation Army General Staff Department

People's Liberation Army 'Third Department'

People's Liberation Army 'Fourth Department'

Public Safety Canada

Saudi Arabian National Defense University

South Korean Cyber Command

South Korean Ministry of Defence

Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center (SSC) Pacific

Russian Business Network (RBN)

Russian Foundation for Advanced Research Projects in the Defence Industry

Taiwanese Communication Electronics and Information Bureau (CBEIB)

Technical Reconnaissance Bureau (TRB)

UAE Cyber Operations Centre of Excellence

UK Cabinet Office

UK Cyber Hub Initiative

UK Cyber Security Operations Centre (CSOC)

UK Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ)

UK Office of Cyber Security and Information Assurance (OCS)

UK Ministry of Defence (MoD)

UK Royal Navy

United Nations

University of Queensland

US Air Force (USAF)

US Air Force Network Operations

US Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL)

US Army

US Army Intelligence and Security Command

US Army Network Enterprise Technology Command (US Army NETCOM)

US Army Theater Network Operations and Security Center (C-TNOSC)

US Battlefield Information Collection and Exploitation System (USBICES)

US Computer Emergency Response Team (US-CERT)

US Cyber Command (USCYBERCOM)

US Defense Base (DIB) Cyber Security Task Force

US Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA)

US Department of Defense Cyber Crime Center (DC3)

US Department of Defense (DoD)

US Department of Homeland Security (DHS)

US Homeland Security Information Network (HSIN)

US National Defense University

US National Intelligence Council

US National Security Agency (NSA)

US Navy (USN)

US Navy Cyber Forces Command

US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)

US Special Forces Operations Command (USSOCOM)

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