The network security sandbox market—which barely existed a few years ago—is set to grow “immensely” as advanced persistent threats (APTs) create a need for a behavioral approach to detecting malware, according to research from Frost & Sullivan.

The market will grow to $3.5 billion by 2019, up from $537 million in 2014, predicts the report, Network Security Sandbox Market Analysis.

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