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APAC Anti-Virus Market Expanding with Leaps and Bounds Holding the Hands of Cloud-based Security Services

Monday, August 10, 2015

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The announcement of new research report titled 'Antivirus Software Market in APAC 2015-2019' by MarketResearchReports.biz – one of the most reliable market research organizations, said that the Asia Pacific (APAC) antivirus software market will grow at a CAGR of 11.63% during the period of 2014-2019.

The report talks about the various types of anti-virus available in the market, dependency of the APAC countries on anti-virus, growth prospects, market-size and the revenue that the anti-virus market generates. Despite having the perfect scenario of having the ideal Anti-virus market in the APAC region, the APAC Anti-virus market is unable to make a dynamic presence due to the existence of many companies which offer low-priced and even free Anti-virus software. However, Avast Software, AVG, Microsoft, Quick Heal, Avira, Symantec and ESET – the foremost players in the APAC anti-virus software market, will profit from the growth of the Cloud-based security services market. The Cloud-based security services which are in no need of any hardware or software, can be operated in a hassle-free manner, making it not only easily accessible but also cost-effective for end-users.

The growing dependency on anti-virus in the APAC region is a result of excessive and increasing usage of internet. The unrestrained usage of internet has made the systems prone to vital internet threats like Malware which corrupt the proper functioning of the systems. The varied types of Malwares come from the spam emails, social media websites, and malevolent code-bearing websites. Analyzing the threats to be Trojan, Phishing, Adware, Worms, Virus, and Boot Sector Virus, the APAC anti-virus market is serving accordingly.

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