The global Web application firewall (WAF) market was once mainly driven by regulatory requirements to protect Web applications and the sensitive customer data they collect. But high-profile data breaches are pushing organizations to now also proactively evaluate WAF products as a way to minimize business risk from unprotected Web applications, according to Frost & Sullivan.

New analysis from the research firm, “Analysis of the Global Web Application Firewall Market,” finds that the market earned revenues of $431.5 million in 2013 and estimates this to reach $777.3 million in 2018. The study encompasses WAF products as well as services.

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