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2023 Cybersecurity Industry Report

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As the global marketplace becomes increasingly interconnected, the ever-present threat of cyber-attacks is top of mind for leaders at all levels. Information is now one of the world’s most valuable intangible assets while concurrently occupying the position as one of the globe’s most vulnerable assets.

In the January 2023 Cybersecurity Industry Report, experts with Ocean Tomo, a part of J.S. Held, examine the current state of the cybersecurity industry as well as its near future. Topics include:

  • The Cybersecurity Market
    • A market overview and summary of market segments
    • Global cybersecurity markets by type and solution
    • Industry predictions and partnerships
    • Ranges of cyberattacks and major breaches
    • Cybersecurity company performance (2017-2022) and revenue
    • Cybersecurity M&A and funding activity
  • Patents and Litigation
    • The cybersecurity IP market
    • The largest active US/global patent portfolios
    • Cybersecurity patent concentration
    • Representative cybersecurity litigation and protection of IP

About the Authors

Aidan King covers Cybersecurity for Ocean Tomo, a part of J.S. Held. He is an Analyst in the Intellectual Property Disputes Financial Expert Testimony practice, working from the Chicago office. The practice area quantifies economic damages arising from intellectual property disputes and provides general litigation support.

Aidan can be reached at [email protected] or +1 312 327 8011.

Stefano Tsorotiotis covers Cybersecurity for Ocean Tomo, a part of J.S. Held. He is an Analyst in the Intellectual Property Disputes Financial Expert Testimony practice working from the Chicago office. The practice area quantifies economic damages arising from intellectual property disputes and provides general litigation support.

Stefano can be reached at [email protected] or +1 312 327 8026.

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