Procurement in the UK Public Sector Cyber Security Market 2021
Download this 14-page report for insights into spending, suppliers, and future opportunities in cyber security procurement.
An analysis of procurement in this growing, specialist market
This in-depth report provides data from 2016-2020 for a closer look at the UK's public sector cyber security market.
In it, we will highlight the importance of custom services over generic alternatives, while showing a steady increase in cyber security contracts.
We'll also reveal which organisations spent the most on cyber security, and take a closer look at the numbers for valuable insights into future cyber security procurement.
Intelligent data for trusted insights
All the data in this report comes directly from Tussell’s online market intelligence platform.
We identify which organisations within the public sector spent the most on cyber security.
Our report shows which companies won public sector contracts, as well as their value.
Specialist vs generic
Our report delves into the numbers to see what kind of cyber security services are in demand.
We identify the number and value of cyber security contracts expiring for insights into bidding in 2022.
Download for an in-depth look at cyber security spending and services in the public sector
We examine the total value of contracts awarded to businesses within the space, as well as contracts that are due to expire.
Tech vs non-tech
While cyber security contracts mostly address tech, we also take a look at the non-tech side of these services in the public sector.
Growth over time
Our detailed analysis will provide data on procurement of cyber security over the past few years, including changes to contracts awarded.
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