The perception that DDoS is an inferior feature rather than a full-edged technology also hinders uptake, particularly in India, Australia, New Zealand and Japan where demand for sophisticated security solutions is substantial. Therefore, the onus is on DDoS vendors to educate enterprises and offer comprehensive, cost-effective solutions.
"Proactive attack detection and mitigation solutions will become popular," concluded Anh Tien. "The emerging cloud and mobile computing trends will speed up the adoption of secure content management, and offer immense opportunities for the market's growth and expansion in Asia-Pacific."
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