Global Lawful Interception Market to grow at 19.7% CAGR through 2026

May 28, 2020


According to the research report titled ‘Global Lawful Interception Market Size study, by Component (Solutions and Services), Network (Cloud and On-Premises), by Mediation Device (Routers, Switches, Gateway, Handover Interface, Intercept Access Point (IAP) and Management Server), by Type of Interception (Active Interception, Passive Interception and Hybrid Interception), by End User (Law Enforcement Agencies and Government) and Regional Forecasts 2020-2026’, available with Market Study Report LLC, global lawful interception market was worth USD 3 billion in the year 2019 and is presumed to expand with a CAGR of 19.7% during 2020-2026.
 

For the record, LI (lawful interception) is a method in which a network service provider or an operator offers law enforcement officials access to communications related with organizations or private individuals. The process allows LEAs (law enforcement agencies) to conduct an authorized electronic surveillance in order to track illegal activities.
 

Increasing number of cybercrimes coupled with rising terrorism and subversive activities owing to the advent of digitalization are major factors driving the lawful interception market growth. According to Statista, the number of terrorist activities increased to 8093 in 2018 from 6,771 in 2012. Similarly, according to Herjavec Group, Marriott International hacked up to 500 million user accounts owing to rising number of cyber-attacks. Yahoo Inc.’s 3 billion user accounts became a victim of cyber attacks in the year 2017. However, rising concerns pertaining to data privacy and security of intercepted data may inhibit the market expansion over the coming years.
 

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By component, the lawful interception market is split into services and solutions, whereas in terms of network, the market is divided into on-premises and cloud segments. As per mediation devices, the industry is classified into management server, IAP (intercept access point), handover interface, gateway, switches, and routers. The type of interception segment comprises of hybrid interception, passive interception, and active interception. Citing the end-use landscape, the market is split into government and law enforcement agencies.
 

In terms of regional contribution, Asia-Pacific lawful interception industry is expected to register significant growth during the estimated timeframe. Factors such as availability of advanced network infrastructures along with high concentration of CSPs (communication service providers) and ISPs (internet service providers) are augmenting the regional demand for lawful interception solutions.
 

The prominent companies operating in global lawful interception industry are Trovicor Networks, SS8 Networks Inc., ATOS, Ericsson, Cisco Systems, BAE Systems Plc., Verint Systems, Aqsacom Inc., Vocal Technologies Ltd. and Utimaco GmbH among others.

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