Healthcare Cybersecurity Market

Top Healthcare Cybersecurity Companies IBM, Cylera, Gigamon and AT&T

The global healthcare cybersecurity market size is projected to grow from USD 18.2 billion in 2023 to USD 35.3 billion by 2028, at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 14.2% during the forecast period.

The primary reasons driving the market expansion are growing cyberattacks and concerns related to security and privacy, rising acceptance of IoT and connected devices, and increasing adoption of cloud-based solutions in the healthcare sector.

Major Healthcare Cybersecurity Companies include


  • IBM (US)
  • Cylera (US),
  • Gigamon (US),
  • AT&T (US).

What is Healthcare Cybersecurity?

Healthcare cybersecurity is a strategic requirement for every firm in the medical industry, from healthcare providers to insurance to pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and medical device corporations. It entails a number of steps to protect companies from external and internal cyberattacks and to assure the availability of medical services, the proper operation of medical systems and equipment, the confidentiality and integrity of patient data, and compliance with industry rules.

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Competitive overview:

The healthcare cybersecurity market is led by some of the globally established players, such as IBM (US), Cisco (US), Palo Alto Networks (US), Check Point (Israel), Fortinet (US), Trend Micro (Japan), Dell EMC (US), CrowdStrike (US), Kudelski Security (Switzerland), CloudWave (US), Claroty (US), Imperva (US), and LogRhythm (US). Partnerships, agreements, collaborations, acquisitions, and product developments are some of the various growth strategies by these players to increase their market presence.

Cisco (US) Cisco is a major networking equipment company that has been creating, producing, testing, and distributing integrated products and services since 1984. It offers IP-based networking, security, and cybersecurity products and services. Cisco's zero-trust security guarantees comprehensive network, application, and environment security across enterprises. The firm provides advice, implementation, and managed services, and has strategic alliances with Apple, A10 Networks, Alien Vault, AWS, Centrify, Fortinet, Google, and IBM Security. It has a significant presence in the Middle East, North America, Latin America, Asia Pacific, and Europe.

Through collaborations and acquisitions, the firm has grown its portfolio and presence in the healthcare cybersecurity market with companies, such as Cylera (US), Gigamon (US), and AT&T (US).

IBM (US) is a computer, technology, and information technology consulting organisation. It invented, developed, and produced some of the most cutting-edge technology available today. It is one of the greatest technical businesses in the world and the second-most valuable enterprise. The range of products offered by IBM includes microelectronics, networking systems, storage devices, computer systems, and software. In addition, it offers infrastructure, hosting, and consulting services in various industries, from nanotechnology to mainframe computers. IBM’s primary business sectors include global financing, global business services, global technology services, systems, cloud, and cognitive software. IBM offers cybersecurity solutions in healthcare, including IBM Spectrum Sentinel, IBM QRadar SIEM, IBM Guardium, IBM Trusteer, IBM Verify, and IBM Storage Defender. Apart from these solutions, it also offers cybersecurity services including data security, security intelligence and operations, consultancy, secure engineering and application security, and security strategy risk and compliance. IBM’s security division offers next-generation security threat intelligence solutions and services in the cybersecurity market.

Cylera is a cybersecurity company based in New York City, USA. Founded in 2017, Cylera specializes in healthcare IoT (Internet of Things) security, focusing on protecting connected medical devices and clinical networks from cyber threats. The company aims to ensure the safety and security of healthcare organizations' digital assets, patient data, and operational technology.

AT&T (US).: AT&T Inc., founded in 1983 and headquartered in Dallas, Texas, is a multinational conglomerate known primarily for its telecommunications services. Originating from the American Telephone and Telegraph Company, which was established in 1885, AT&T has grown into one of the largest telecommunications companies in the world, providing a wide range of services and products.

IBM caters to several industries, including supply chain, financial services, automotive, real estate, food safety, identification, international trade, IT, healthcare, life sciences, government, telecom, automobile, manufacturing, FMCG, chemicals and petroleum, electronics, energy and electricity specializes in data encryption, tokenization, data masking, Hardware Security Module (HSM) management, key management, and digital signature.

Apart from large vendors, some other players, such as Kaspersky, Sophos, Juniper, Forcepoint, Verimatrix,  Forescout, Imprivata, SailPoint Technologies, Saviynt, JFrog, Fortified, ClearDATA, Cynerio, MedCrypt, Armis, Cylera, Zeguro, Virta Laboratories, Protenus, Censinet, and Sternum are also evolving in the healthcare cybersecurity market. Kaspersky (Russia) Kaspersky is a cybersecurity company that aims to build a safer world by developing software and solutions to protect users from malware, viruses, and other online threats. It offers cybersecurity solutions to individuals, small and medium businesses, and large enterprises, such as Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Business, Kaspersky Hybrid Cloud Security, Kaspersky Endpoint Detection and Response Expert, Kaspersky Anti Targeted Attack Platform, Kaspersky Endpoint Detection and Response Optimum, Kaspersky Industrial CyberSecurity, Kaspersky Security for Microsoft Office 365, Kaspersky Embedded Systems Security, and Kaspersky Security for Internet Gateway. Kaspersky has offices and partners in more than 200 countries and collaborates with global IT security vendors, international organizations, and national and regional law enforcement agencies to fight cybercrime. In the healthcare vertical, Kaspersky offers multilayered security for endpoints, secures patients' health records, ensures healthcare service availability, keeps intellectual property safe, maintains reputation, and mitigates risk.

According to MnM's approach to evaluating the market, most businesses use inorganic growth tactics to hold onto their market share. In 2020–2021, the number of transactions rose by 50–60%. These agreements cover alliances, acquisitions, collaborations, and partnerships together. Product launches and corporate growth activities abruptly decreased as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. On the other hand, organizations are anticipated to embrace organic growth strategies starting in 2021 to provide end consumers with healthcare cybersecurity solutions and services, which would assist businesses in boosting market revenue.

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