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Global Zero-Trust Security Market to Reach $64.4 Billion by 2027

Project Details: – StrategyR – A Trademark of Global Industry Analysts, Inc. – Project Edition: 6. – Influencer Pool: 1008. – MarketGlass™ Platform – Our influencer driven interactive research platform draws from unique perspectives of participating executives from featured companies.New York, March 05, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Reportlinker.com announces the release of the report “Global Zero-Trust Security Industry” – https://www.reportlinker.com/p06033329/?utm_source=GNW In addition to being a global intelligence exchange platform, MarketGlass™ is a powerful knowledge center that delivers dynamic project-focused market intelligence. Client companies will have complete insider access to the project Data stack. – Interactive peer-to-peer and enterprise-to-enterprise ideation and market intelligence exchange is facilitated via a robust, secure, and validated process. The process draws from uniquely qualified project-specific and geographically focused executives overseeing business development, marketing and sales operations. Trends & Factors – Identifying and validating local trends and factors driving each competitive marketplace. These factors include pricing variances, market trajectories, Covid-19 impact and recovery, locally active leading brands, and other parameters impacting the region in the short to medium term such as supply chain realignments.Mobile Access & App – Our mobile version of the report may be accessed via our mobile app or directly for a full mobile experience.Complimentary Updates – for one year. At least one update in 12-month period is normal and anytime there’s a significant change affecting the market dynamics.Bespoke Updates & Team Collaborations – Clients may build a bespoke version of our report with peers on our MarketGlass™ platform which enables multidimensional data simulations. Knowledge Center – clients have full-stack data access for project data they support or purchase including primary research engagement stats, companies and executives. Abstract: – Global Zero-Trust Security Market to Reach $64.4 Billion by 2027 – Amid the COVID-19 crisis, the global market for Zero-Trust Security estimated at US$18.3 Billion in the year 2020, is projected to reach a revised size of US$64.4 Billion by 2027, growing at aCAGR of 19.7% over the period 2020-2027. On-Premise, one of the segments analyzed in the report, is projected to record 19% CAGR and reach US$39.2 Billion by the end of the analysis period. After an early analysis of the business implications of the pandemic and its induced economic crisis, growth in the Cloud segment is readjusted to a revised 20.8% CAGR for the next 7-year period. – The U.S. Market is Estimated at $5.4 Billion, While China is Forecast to Grow at 19% CAGR – The Zero-Trust Security market in the U.S. is estimated at US$5.4 Billion in the year 2020. China, the world`s second largest economy, is forecast to reach a projected market size of US$11.1 Billion by the year 2027 trailing a CAGR of 19% over the analysis period 2020 to 2027. Among the other noteworthy geographic markets are Japan and Canada, each forecast to grow at 17.8% and 17% respectively over the 2020-2027 period. Within Europe, Germany is forecast to grow at approximately 14.4% CAGR. Select Competitors (Total 34 Featured) – AkamaiCentrifyCheck Point Software TechnologiesCiscoCloudflareCyxtera TechnologiesForcepointFortinetGoogleIBM Read the full report: https://www.reportlinker.com/p06033329/?utm_source=GNW I. METHODOLOGYII. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY1. MARKET OVERVIEW Influencer Market Insights World Market Trajectories Impact of Covid-19 and a Looming Global Recession Global Competitor Market Shares Zero-Trust Security Competitor Market Share Scenario Worldwide (in %): 2020E Global Competitor Market Shares by Segment 2. FOCUS ON SELECT PLAYERS 3. MARKET TRENDS & DRIVERS 4. GLOBAL MARKET PERSPECTIVE Table 1: World Current & Future Analysis for Zero-Trust Security by Geographic Region – USA, Canada, Japan, China, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Rest of World Markets – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in US$ Million for Years 2020 through 2027 and % CAGR Table 2: World Historic Review for Zero-Trust Security by Geographic Region – USA, Canada, Japan, China, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Rest of World Markets – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in US$ Million for Years 2012 through 2019 and % CAGR Table 3: World 15-Year Perspective for Zero-Trust Security by Geographic Region – Percentage Breakdown of Value Sales for USA, Canada, Japan, China, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Rest of World Markets for Years 2012, 2020 & 2027 Table 4: World Current & Future Analysis for On-Premise by Geographic Region – USA, Canada, Japan, China, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Rest of World Markets – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in US$ Million for Years 2020 through 2027 and % CAGR Table 5: World Historic Review for On-Premise by Geographic Region – USA, Canada, Japan, China, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Rest of World Markets – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in US$ Million for Years 2012 through 2019 and % CAGR Table 6: World 15-Year Perspective for On-Premise by Geographic Region – Percentage Breakdown of Value Sales for USA, Canada, Japan, China, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Rest of World for Years 2012, 2020 & 2027 Table 7: World Current & Future Analysis for Cloud by Geographic Region – USA, Canada, Japan, China, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Rest of World Markets – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in US$ Million for Years 2020 through 2027 and % CAGR Table 8: World Historic Review for Cloud by Geographic Region – USA, Canada, Japan, China, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Rest of World Markets – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in US$ Million for Years 2012 through 2019 and % CAGR Table 9: World 15-Year Perspective for Cloud by Geographic Region – Percentage Breakdown of Value Sales for USA, Canada, Japan, China, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Rest of World for Years 2012, 2020 & 2027 Table 10: World Current & Future Analysis for Energy & Power by Geographic Region – USA, Canada, Japan, China, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Rest of World Markets – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in US$ Million for Years 2020 through 2027 and % CAGR Table 11: World Historic Review for Energy & Power by Geographic Region – USA, Canada, Japan, China, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Rest of World Markets – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in US$ Million for Years 2012 through 2019 and % CAGR Table 12: World 15-Year Perspective for Energy & Power by Geographic Region – Percentage Breakdown of Value Sales for USA, Canada, Japan, China, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Rest of World for Years 2012, 2020 & 2027 Table 13: World Current & Future Analysis for Other Verticals by Geographic Region – USA, Canada, Japan, China, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Rest of World Markets – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in US$ Million for Years 2020 through 2027 and % CAGR Table 14: World Historic Review for Other Verticals by Geographic Region – USA, Canada, Japan, China, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Rest of World Markets – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in US$ Million for Years 2012 through 2019 and % CAGR Table 15: World 15-Year Perspective for Other Verticals by Geographic Region – Percentage Breakdown of Value Sales for USA, Canada, Japan, China, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Rest of World for Years 2012, 2020 & 2027 Table 16: World Current & Future Analysis for Government & Defense by Geographic Region – USA, Canada, Japan, China, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Rest of World Markets – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in US$ Million for Years 2020 through 2027 and % CAGR Table 17: World Historic Review for Government & Defense by Geographic Region – USA, Canada, Japan, China, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Rest of World Markets – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in US$ Million for Years 2012 through 2019 and % CAGR Table 18: World 15-Year Perspective for Government & Defense by Geographic Region – Percentage Breakdown of Value Sales for USA, Canada, Japan, China, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Rest of World for Years 2012, 2020 & 2027 Table 19: World Current & Future Analysis for BFSI by Geographic Region – USA, Canada, Japan, China, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Rest of World Markets – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in US$ Million for Years 2020 through 2027 and % CAGR Table 20: World Historic Review for BFSI by Geographic Region – USA, Canada, Japan, China, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Rest of World Markets – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in US$ Million for Years 2012 through 2019 and % CAGR Table 21: World 15-Year Perspective for BFSI by Geographic Region – Percentage Breakdown of Value Sales for USA, Canada, Japan, China, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Rest of World for Years 2012, 2020 & 2027 Table 22: World Current & Future Analysis for Telecom, IT & ITeS by Geographic Region – USA, Canada, Japan, China, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Rest of World Markets – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in US$ Million for Years 2020 through 2027 and % CAGR Table 23: World Historic Review for Telecom, IT & ITeS by Geographic Region – USA, Canada, Japan, China, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Rest of World Markets – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in US$ Million for Years 2012 through 2019 and % CAGR Table 24: World 15-Year Perspective for Telecom, IT & ITeS by Geographic Region – Percentage Breakdown of Value Sales for USA, Canada, Japan, China, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Rest of World for Years 2012, 2020 & 2027 Table 25: World Current & Future Analysis for Retail & eCommerce by Geographic Region – USA, Canada, Japan, China, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Rest of World Markets – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in US$ Million for Years 2020 through 2027 and % CAGR Table 26: World Historic Review for Retail & eCommerce by Geographic Region – USA, Canada, Japan, China, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Rest of World Markets – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in US$ Million for Years 2012 through 2019 and % CAGR Table 27: World 15-Year Perspective for Retail & eCommerce by Geographic Region – Percentage Breakdown of Value Sales for USA, Canada, Japan, China, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Rest of World for Years 2012, 2020 & 2027 Table 28: World Current & Future Analysis for Healthcare by Geographic Region – USA, Canada, Japan, China, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Rest of World Markets – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in US$ Million for Years 2020 through 2027 and % CAGR Table 29: World Historic Review for Healthcare by Geographic Region – USA, Canada, Japan, China, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Rest of World Markets – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in US$ Million for Years 2012 through 2019 and % CAGR Table 30: World 15-Year Perspective for Healthcare by Geographic Region – Percentage Breakdown of Value Sales for USA, Canada, Japan, China, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Rest of World for Years 2012, 2020 & 2027 Table 31: World Current & Future Analysis for Large Enterprise by Geographic Region – USA, Canada, Japan, China, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Rest of World Markets – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in US$ Million for Years 2020 through 2027 and % CAGR Table 32: World Historic Review for Large Enterprise by Geographic Region – USA, Canada, Japan, China, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Rest of World Markets – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in US$ Million for Years 2012 through 2019 and % CAGR Table 33: World 15-Year Perspective for Large Enterprise by Geographic Region – Percentage Breakdown of Value Sales for USA, Canada, Japan, China, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Rest of World for Years 2012, 2020 & 2027 Table 34: World Current & Future Analysis for SMEs by Geographic Region – USA, Canada, Japan, China, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Rest of World Markets – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in US$ Million for Years 2020 through 2027 and % CAGR Table 35: World Historic Review for SMEs by Geographic Region – USA, Canada, Japan, China, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Rest of World Markets – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in US$ Million for Years 2012 through 2019 and % CAGR Table 36: World 15-Year Perspective for SMEs by Geographic Region – Percentage Breakdown of Value Sales for USA, Canada, Japan, China, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Rest of World for Years 2012, 2020 & 2027 III. MARKET ANALYSISUNITED STATES Market Facts & Figures Market Analytics Table 37: USA Current & Future Analysis for Zero-Trust Security by Deployment – On-Premise and Cloud – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in US$ Million for the Years 2020 through 2027 and % CAGR Table 38: USA Historic Review for Zero-Trust Security by Deployment – On-Premise and Cloud Markets – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in US$ Million for Years 2012 through 2019 and % CAGR Table 39: USA 15-Year Perspective for Zero-Trust Security by Deployment – Percentage Breakdown of Value Sales for On-Premise and Cloud for the Years 2012, 2020 & 2027 Table 40: USA Current & Future Analysis for Zero-Trust Security by Vertical – Energy & Power, Other Verticals, Government & Defense, BFSI, Telecom, IT & ITeS, Retail & eCommerce and Healthcare – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in US$ Million for the Years 2020 through 2027 and % CAGR Table 41: USA Historic Review for Zero-Trust Security by Vertical – Energy & Power, Other Verticals, Government & Defense, BFSI, Telecom, IT & ITeS, Retail & eCommerce and Healthcare Markets – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in US$ Million for Years 2012 through 2019 and % CAGR Table 42: USA 15-Year Perspective for Zero-Trust Security by Vertical – Percentage Breakdown of Value Sales for Energy & Power, Other Verticals, Government & Defense, BFSI, Telecom, IT & ITeS, Retail & eCommerce and Healthcare for the Years 2012, 2020 & 2027 Table 43: USA Current & Future Analysis for Zero-Trust Security by Organization Size – Large Enterprise and SMEs – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in US$ Million for the Years 2020 through 2027 and % CAGR Table 44: USA Historic Review for Zero-Trust Security by Organization Size – Large Enterprise and SMEs Markets – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in US$ Million for Years 2012 through 2019 and % CAGR Table 45: USA 15-Year Perspective for Zero-Trust Security by Organization Size – Percentage Breakdown of Value Sales for Large Enterprise and SMEs for the Years 2012, 2020 & 2027 CANADA Table 46: Canada Current & Future Analysis for Zero-Trust Security by Deployment – On-Premise and Cloud – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in US$ Million for the Years 2020 through 2027 and % CAGR Table 47: Canada Historic Review for Zero-Trust Security by Deployment – On-Premise and Cloud Markets – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in US$ Million for Years 2012 through 2019 and % CAGR Table 48: Canada 15-Year Perspective for Zero-Trust Security by Deployment – Percentage Breakdown of Value Sales for On-Premise and Cloud for the Years 2012, 2020 & 2027 Table 49: Canada Current & Future Analysis for Zero-Trust Security by Vertical – Energy & Power, Other Verticals, Government & Defense, BFSI, Telecom, IT & ITeS, Retail & eCommerce and Healthcare – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in US$ Million for the Years 2020 through 2027 and % CAGR Table 50: Canada Historic Review for Zero-Trust Security by Vertical – Energy & Power, Other Verticals, Government & Defense, BFSI, Telecom, IT & ITeS, Retail & eCommerce and Healthcare Markets – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in US$ Million for Years 2012 through 2019 and % CAGR Table 51: Canada 15-Year Perspective for Zero-Trust Security by Vertical – Percentage Breakdown of Value Sales for Energy & Power, Other Verticals, Government & Defense, BFSI, Telecom, IT & ITeS, Retail & eCommerce and Healthcare for the Years 2012, 2020 & 2027 Table 52: Canada Current & Future Analysis for Zero-Trust Security by Organization Size – Large Enterprise and SMEs – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in US$ Million for the Years 2020 through 2027 and % CAGR Table 53: Canada Historic Review for Zero-Trust Security by Organization Size – Large Enterprise and SMEs Markets – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in US$ Million for Years 2012 through 2019 and % CAGR Table 54: Canada 15-Year Perspective for Zero-Trust Security by Organization Size – Percentage Breakdown of Value Sales for Large Enterprise and SMEs for the Years 2012, 2020 & 2027 JAPAN Table 55: Japan Current & Future Analysis for Zero-Trust Security by Deployment – On-Premise and Cloud – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in US$ Million for the Years 2020 through 2027 and % CAGR Table 56: Japan Historic Review for Zero-Trust Security by Deployment – On-Premise and Cloud Markets – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in US$ Million for Years 2012 through 2019 and % CAGR Table 57: Japan 15-Year Perspective for Zero-Trust Security by Deployment – Percentage Breakdown of Value Sales for On-Premise and Cloud for the Years 2012, 2020 & 2027 Table 58: Japan Current & Future Analysis for Zero-Trust Security by Vertical – Energy & Power, Other Verticals, Government & Defense, BFSI, Telecom, IT & ITeS, Retail & eCommerce and Healthcare – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in US$ Million for the Years 2020 through 2027 and % CAGR Table 59: Japan Historic Review for Zero-Trust Security by Vertical – Energy & Power, Other Verticals, Government & Defense, BFSI, Telecom, IT & ITeS, Retail & eCommerce and Healthcare Markets – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in US$ Million for Years 2012 through 2019 and % CAGR Table 60: Japan 15-Year Perspective for Zero-Trust Security by Vertical – Percentage Breakdown of Value Sales for Energy & Power, Other Verticals, Government & Defense, BFSI, Telecom, IT & ITeS, Retail & eCommerce and Healthcare for the Years 2012, 2020 & 2027 Table 61: Japan Current & Future Analysis for Zero-Trust Security by Organization Size – Large Enterprise and SMEs – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in US$ Million for the Years 2020 through 2027 and % CAGR Table 62: Japan Historic Review for Zero-Trust Security by Organization Size – Large Enterprise and SMEs Markets – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in US$ Million for Years 2012 through 2019 and % CAGR Table 63: Japan 15-Year Perspective for Zero-Trust Security by Organization Size – Percentage Breakdown of Value Sales for Large Enterprise and SMEs for the Years 2012, 2020 & 2027 CHINA Table 64: China Current & Future Analysis for Zero-Trust Security by Deployment – On-Premise and Cloud – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in US$ Million for the Years 2020 through 2027 and % CAGR Table 65: China Historic Review for Zero-Trust Security by Deployment – On-Premise and Cloud Markets – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in US$ Million for Years 2012 through 2019 and % CAGR Table 66: China 15-Year Perspective for Zero-Trust Security by Deployment – Percentage Breakdown of Value Sales for On-Premise and Cloud for the Years 2012, 2020 & 2027 Table 67: China Current & Future Analysis for Zero-Trust Security by Vertical – Energy & Power, Other Verticals, Government & Defense, BFSI, Telecom, IT & ITeS, Retail & eCommerce and Healthcare – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in US$ Million for the Years 2020 through 2027 and % CAGR Table 68: China Historic Review for Zero-Trust Security by Vertical – Energy & Power, Other Verticals, Government & Defense, BFSI, Telecom, IT & ITeS, Retail & eCommerce and Healthcare Markets – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in US$ Million for Years 2012 through 2019 and % CAGR Table 69: China 15-Year Perspective for Zero-Trust Security by Vertical – Percentage Breakdown of Value Sales for Energy & Power, Other Verticals, Government & Defense, BFSI, Telecom, IT & ITeS, Retail & eCommerce and Healthcare for the Years 2012, 2020 & 2027 Table 70: China Current & Future Analysis for Zero-Trust Security by Organization Size – Large Enterprise and SMEs – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in US$ Million for the Years 2020 through 2027 and % CAGR Table 71: China Historic Review for Zero-Trust Security by Organization Size – Large Enterprise and SMEs Markets – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in US$ Million for Years 2012 through 2019 and % CAGR Table 72: China 15-Year Perspective for Zero-Trust Security by Organization Size – Percentage Breakdown of Value Sales for Large Enterprise and SMEs for the Years 2012, 2020 & 2027 EUROPE Market Facts & Figures Market Analytics Table 73: Europe Current & Future Analysis for Zero-Trust Security by Geographic Region – France, Germany, Italy, UK and Rest of Europe Markets – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in US$ Million for Years 2020 through 2027 and % CAGR Table 74: Europe Historic Review for Zero-Trust Security by Geographic Region – France, Germany, Italy, UK and Rest of Europe Markets – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in US$ Million for Years 2012 through 2019 and % CAGR Table 75: Europe 15-Year Perspective for Zero-Trust Security by Geographic Region – Percentage Breakdown of Value Sales for France, Germany, Italy, UK and Rest of Europe Markets for Years 2012, 2020 & 2027 Table 76: Europe Current & Future Analysis for Zero-Trust Security by Deployment – On-Premise and Cloud – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in US$ Million for the Years 2020 through 2027 and % CAGR Table 77: Europe Historic Review for Zero-Trust Security by Deployment – On-Premise and Cloud Markets – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in US$ Million for Years 2012 through 2019 and % CAGR Table 78: Europe 15-Year Perspective for Zero-Trust Security by Deployment – Percentage Breakdown of Value Sales for On-Premise and Cloud for the Years 2012, 2020 & 2027 Table 79: Europe Current & Future Analysis for Zero-Trust Security by Vertical – Energy & Power, Other Verticals, Government & Defense, BFSI, Telecom, IT & ITeS, Retail & eCommerce and Healthcare – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in US$ Million for the Years 2020 through 2027 and % CAGR Table 80: Europe Historic Review for Zero-Trust Security by Vertical – Energy & Power, Other Verticals, Government & Defense, BFSI, Telecom, IT & ITeS, Retail & eCommerce and Healthcare Markets – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in US$ Million for Years 2012 through 2019 and % CAGR Table 81: Europe 15-Year Perspective for Zero-Trust Security by Vertical – Percentage Breakdown of Value Sales for Energy & Power, Other Verticals, Government & Defense, BFSI, Telecom, IT & ITeS, Retail & eCommerce and Healthcare for the Years 2012, 2020 & 2027 Table 82: Europe Current & Future Analysis for Zero-Trust Security by Organization Size – Large Enterprise and SMEs – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in US$ Million for the Years 2020 through 2027 and % CAGR Table 83: Europe Historic Review for Zero-Trust Security by Organization Size – Large Enterprise and SMEs Markets – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in US$ Million for Years 2012 through 2019 and % CAGR Table 84: Europe 15-Year Perspective for Zero-Trust Security by Organization Size – Percentage Breakdown of Value Sales for Large Enterprise and SMEs for the Years 2012, 2020 & 2027 FRANCE Table 85: France Current & Future Analysis for Zero-Trust Security by Deployment – On-Premise and Cloud – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in US$ Million for the Years 2020 through 2027 and % CAGR Table 86: France Historic Review for Zero-Trust Security by Deployment – On-Premise and Cloud Markets – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in US$ Million for Years 2012 through 2019 and % CAGR Table 87: France 15-Year Perspective for Zero-Trust Security by Deployment – Percentage Breakdown of Value Sales for On-Premise and Cloud for the Years 2012, 2020 & 2027 Table 88: France Current & Future Analysis for Zero-Trust Security by Vertical – Energy & Power, Other Verticals, Government & Defense, BFSI, Telecom, IT & ITeS, Retail & eCommerce and Healthcare – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in US$ Million for the Years 2020 through 2027 and % CAGR Table 89: France Historic Review for Zero-Trust Security by Vertical – Energy & Power, Other Verticals, Government & Defense, BFSI, Telecom, IT & ITeS, Retail & eCommerce and Healthcare Markets – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in US$ Million for Years 2012 through 2019 and % CAGR Table 90: France 15-Year Perspective for Zero-Trust Security by Vertical – Percentage Breakdown of Value Sales for Energy & Power, Other Verticals, Government & Defense, BFSI, Telecom, IT & ITeS, Retail & eCommerce and Healthcare for the Years 2012, 2020 & 2027 Table 91: France Current & Future Analysis for Zero-Trust Security by Organization Size – Large Enterprise and SMEs – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in US$ Million for the Years 2020 through 2027 and % CAGR Table 92: France Historic Review for Zero-Trust Security by Organization Size – Large Enterprise and SMEs Markets – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in US$ Million for Years 2012 through 2019 and % CAGR Table 93: France 15-Year Perspective for Zero-Trust Security by Organization Size – Percentage Breakdown of Value Sales for Large Enterprise and SMEs for the Years 2012, 2020 & 2027 GERMANY Table 94: Germany Current & Future Analysis for Zero-Trust Security by Deployment – On-Premise and Cloud – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in US$ Million for the Years 2020 through 2027 and % CAGR Table 95: Germany Historic Review for Zero-Trust Security by Deployment – On-Premise and Cloud Markets – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in US$ Million for Years 2012 through 2019 and % CAGR Table 96: Germany 15-Year Perspective for Zero-Trust Security by Deployment – Percentage Breakdown of Value Sales for On-Premise and Cloud for the Years 2012, 2020 & 2027 Table 97: Germany Current & Future Analysis for Zero-Trust Security by Vertical – Energy & Power, Other Verticals, Government & Defense, BFSI, Telecom, IT & ITeS, Retail & eCommerce and Healthcare – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in US$ Million for the Years 2020 through 2027 and % CAGR Table 98: Germany Historic Review for Zero-Trust Security by Vertical – Energy & Power, Other Verticals, Government & Defense, BFSI, Telecom, IT & ITeS, Retail & eCommerce and Healthcare Markets – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in US$ Million for Years 2012 through 2019 and % CAGR Table 99: Germany 15-Year Perspective for Zero-Trust Security by Vertical – Percentage Breakdown of Value Sales for Energy & Power, Other Verticals, Government & Defense, BFSI, Telecom, IT & ITeS, Retail & eCommerce and Healthcare for the Years 2012, 2020 & 2027 Table 100: Germany Current & Future Analysis for Zero-Trust Security by Organization Size – Large Enterprise and SMEs – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in US$ Million for the Years 2020 through 2027 and % CAGR Table 101: Germany Historic Review for Zero-Trust Security by Organization Size – Large Enterprise and SMEs Markets – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in US$ Million for Years 2012 through 2019 and % CAGR Table 102: Germany 15-Year Perspective for Zero-Trust Security by Organization Size – Percentage Breakdown of Value Sales for Large Enterprise and SMEs for the Years 2012, 2020 & 2027 ITALY Table 103: Italy Current & Future Analysis for Zero-Trust Security by Deployment – On-Premise and Cloud – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in US$ Million for the Years 2020 through 2027 and % CAGR Table 104: Italy Historic Review for Zero-Trust Security by Deployment – On-Premise and Cloud Markets – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in US$ Million for Years 2012 through 2019 and % CAGR Table 105: Italy 15-Year Perspective for Zero-Trust Security by Deployment – Percentage Breakdown of Value Sales for On-Premise and Cloud for the Years 2012, 2020 & 2027 Table 106: Italy Current & Future Analysis for Zero-Trust Security by Vertical – Energy & Power, Other Verticals, Government & Defense, BFSI, Telecom, IT & ITeS, Retail & eCommerce and Healthcare – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in US$ Million for the Years 2020 through 2027 and % CAGR Table 107: Italy Historic Review for Zero-Trust Security by Vertical – Energy & Power, Other Verticals, Government & Defense, BFSI, Telecom, IT & ITeS, Retail & eCommerce and Healthcare Markets – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in US$ Million for Years 2012 through 2019 and % CAGR Table 108: Italy 15-Year Perspective for Zero-Trust Security by Vertical – Percentage Breakdown of Value Sales for Energy & Power, Other Verticals, Government & Defense, BFSI, Telecom, IT & ITeS, Retail & eCommerce and Healthcare for the Years 2012, 2020 & 2027 Table 109: Italy Current & Future Analysis for Zero-Trust Security by Organization Size – Large Enterprise and SMEs – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in US$ Million for the Years 2020 through 2027 and % CAGR Table 110: Italy Historic Review for Zero-Trust Security by Organization Size – Large Enterprise and SMEs Markets – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in US$ Million for Years 2012 through 2019 and % CAGR Table 111: Italy 15-Year Perspective for Zero-Trust Security by Organization Size – Percentage Breakdown of Value Sales for Large Enterprise and SMEs for the Years 2012, 2020 & 2027 UNITED KINGDOM Table 112: UK Current & Future Analysis for Zero-Trust Security by Deployment – On-Premise and Cloud – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in US$ Million for the Years 2020 through 2027 and % CAGR Table 113: UK Historic Review for Zero-Trust Security by Deployment – On-Premise and Cloud Markets – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in US$ Million for Years 2012 through 2019 and % CAGR Table 114: UK 15-Year Perspective for Zero-Trust Security by Deployment – Percentage Breakdown of Value Sales for On-Premise and Cloud for the Years 2012, 2020 & 2027 Table 115: UK Current & Future Analysis for Zero-Trust Security by Vertical – Energy & Power, Other Verticals, Government & Defense, BFSI, Telecom, IT & ITeS, Retail & eCommerce and Healthcare – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in US$ Million for the Years 2020 through 2027 and % CAGR Table 116: UK Historic Review for Zero-Trust Security by Vertical – Energy & Power, Other Verticals, Government & Defense, BFSI, Telecom, IT & ITeS, Retail & eCommerce and Healthcare Markets – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in US$ Million for Years 2012 through 2019 and % CAGR Table 117: UK 15-Year Perspective for Zero-Trust Security by Vertical – Percentage Breakdown of Value Sales for Energy & Power, Other Verticals, Government & Defense, BFSI, Telecom, IT & ITeS, Retail & eCommerce and Healthcare for the Years 2012, 2020 & 2027 Table 118: UK Current & Future Analysis for Zero-Trust Security by Organization Size – Large Enterprise and SMEs – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in US$ Million for the Years 2020 through 2027 and % CAGR Table 119: UK Historic Review for Zero-Trust Security by Organization Size – Large Enterprise and SMEs Markets – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in US$ Million for Years 2012 through 2019 and % CAGR Table 120: UK 15-Year Perspective for Zero-Trust Security by Organization Size – Percentage Breakdown of Value Sales for Large Enterprise and SMEs for the Years 2012, 2020 & 2027 REST OF EUROPE Table 121: Rest of Europe Current & Future Analysis for Zero-Trust Security by Deployment – On-Premise and Cloud – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in US$ Million for the Years 2020 through 2027 and % CAGR Table 122: Rest of Europe Historic Review for Zero-Trust Security by Deployment – On-Premise and Cloud Markets – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in US$ Million for Years 2012 through 2019 and % CAGR Table 123: Rest of Europe 15-Year Perspective for Zero-Trust Security by Deployment – Percentage Breakdown of Value Sales for On-Premise and Cloud for the Years 2012, 2020 & 2027 Table 124: Rest of Europe Current & Future Analysis for Zero-Trust Security by Vertical – Energy & Power, Other Verticals, Government & Defense, BFSI, Telecom, IT & ITeS, Retail & eCommerce and Healthcare – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in US$ Million for the Years 2020 through 2027 and % CAGR Table 125: Rest of Europe Historic Review for Zero-Trust Security by Vertical – Energy & Power, Other Verticals, Government & Defense, BFSI, Telecom, IT & ITeS, Retail & eCommerce and Healthcare Markets – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in US$ Million for Years 2012 through 2019 and % CAGR Table 126: Rest of Europe 15-Year Perspective for Zero-Trust Security by Vertical – Percentage Breakdown of Value Sales for Energy & Power, Other Verticals, Government & Defense, BFSI, Telecom, IT & ITeS, Retail & eCommerce and Healthcare for the Years 2012, 2020 & 2027 Table 127: Rest of Europe Current & Future Analysis for Zero-Trust Security by Organization Size – Large Enterprise and SMEs – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in US$ Million for the Years 2020 through 2027 and % CAGR Table 128: Rest of Europe Historic Review for Zero-Trust Security by Organization Size – Large Enterprise and SMEs Markets – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in US$ Million for Years 2012 through 2019 and % CAGR Table 129: Rest of Europe 15-Year Perspective for Zero-Trust Security by Organization Size – Percentage Breakdown of Value Sales for Large Enterprise and SMEs for the Years 2012, 2020 & 2027 ASIA-PACIFIC Table 130: Asia-Pacific Current & Future Analysis for Zero-Trust Security by Deployment – On-Premise and Cloud – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in US$ Million for the Years 2020 through 2027 and % CAGR Table 131: Asia-Pacific Historic Review for Zero-Trust Security by Deployment – On-Premise and Cloud Markets – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in US$ Million for Years 2012 through 2019 and % CAGR Table 132: Asia-Pacific 15-Year Perspective for Zero-Trust Security by Deployment – Percentage Breakdown of Value Sales for On-Premise and Cloud for the Years 2012, 2020 & 2027 Table 133: Asia-Pacific Current & Future Analysis for Zero-Trust Security by Vertical – Energy & Power, Other Verticals, Government & Defense, BFSI, Telecom, IT & ITeS, Retail & eCommerce and Healthcare – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in US$ Million for the Years 2020 through 2027 and % CAGR Table 134: Asia-Pacific Historic Review for Zero-Trust Security by Vertical – Energy & Power, Other Verticals, Government & Defense, BFSI, Telecom, IT & ITeS, Retail & eCommerce and Healthcare Markets – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in US$ Million for Years 2012 through 2019 and % CAGR Table 135: Asia-Pacific 15-Year Perspective for Zero-Trust Security by Vertical – Percentage Breakdown of Value Sales for Energy & Power, Other Verticals, Government & Defense, BFSI, Telecom, IT & ITeS, Retail & eCommerce and Healthcare for the Years 2012, 2020 & 2027 Table 136: Asia-Pacific Current & Future Analysis for Zero-Trust Security by Organization Size – Large Enterprise and SMEs – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in US$ Million for Please contact our Customer Support Center to get the complete Table of ContentsRead the full report: https://www.reportlinker.com/p06033329/?utm_source=GNWAbout ReportlinkerReportLinker is an award-winning market research solution. 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On Thursday, NASA released a stunning photo of a sea of dunes on Mars.

It also shows wind-sculpted lines surrounding Mars’ frosty northern polar cap.

The section captured in the shot represents an area that is 31 kilometers (19 miles) wide, NASA said. The sea of dunes, however, actually covers an area as large as Texas.

The photo is a false color image, meaning that the colors are representative of temperatures. Blue represents cooler climes, and the shades of yellow mark out “sun-warmed dunes,” the US space agency wrote.

Sea of dark dunes surrounds Mars’ northern polar cap.(NASA/JPL-Caltech/ASU)

The photo is made of a combination of images captured by the Thermal Emission Imaging System instrument on the Mars Odyssey orbiter, NASA wrote.

Captured during the period from December 2002 to November 2004, the breathtaking images have been released to mark the 20th anniversary of Odyssey.

The Mars Odyssey orbiter is a robotic spacecraft circling Mars that uses a thermal imager to detect evidence of water and ice on the planet.

It was launched in 2001, making it the longest-working Mars spacecraft in history.

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Humans actually hunted large animals and ate mostly meat for 2 millions years: study – CTV News

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TORONTO —
Despite a widespread belief that humans owe their evolution to the dietary flexibility in eating both meat and vegetables, researchers in Israel suggest that early humans were actually apex predators who hunted large animals for two million years before they sought vegetables to supplement their diet.

In a study recently published in the American Journal of Physical Anthropology, academics from Tel Aviv University in Israel and the University of Minho in Portugal examined modern biology to determine if stone-age humans were specialized carnivores or generalist omnivores.

“So far, attempts to reconstruct the diet of Stone-Age humans were mostly based on comparisons to 20th century hunter-gatherer societies,” one of the study’s authors, Miki Ben-Dor, a researcher at Tel Aviv University, said in a press release.

“This comparison is futile, however, because two million years ago hunter-gatherer societies could hunt and consume elephants and other large animals – while today’s hunter gatherers do not have access to such bounty.”

Instead, the researchers looked at approximately 400 previous scientific studies on human anatomy and physiology as well as archeological evidence from the Pleistocene period, or “Ice Age” period, which began about 2.6 million years ago, and lasted until 11,700 years ago.

“We decided to use other methods to reconstruct the diet of Stone-Age humans: to examine the memory preserved in our own bodies, our metabolism, genetics and physical build,” Ben-Dor said.

“Human behaviour changes rapidly, but evolution is slow. The body remembers.”

They discovered 25 lines of evidence from the studied papers on human biology that seem to show that earlier Homo sapiens were apex predators at the top of the food chain.

For example, the academics explained that humans have a high acidity in their stomachs when compared to omnivores or even other predators, which is important for consuming animal products.

“Strong acidity provides protection from harmful bacteria found in meat, and prehistoric humans, hunting large animals whose meat sufficed for days or even weeks, often consumed old meat containing large quantities of bacteria, and thus needed to maintain a high level of acidity,” Ben-Dor said.

Another piece of evidence, according to the study, is the structure of human fat cells.

“In the bodies of omnivores, fat is stored in a relatively small number of large fat cells, while in predators, including humans, it’s the other way around: we have a much larger number of smaller fat cells,” Ben-Dor said.

HUNTING EXPERTS

In addition to the evidence they collected by studying human biology, the researchers said archeological evidence from the Pleistocene period supports their theory.

In one example, the study’s authors examined stable isotopes in the bones of prehistoric humans as well as their hunting practices and concluded these early humans specialized in hunting large and medium-sized animals with high fat content.

“Comparing humans to large social predators of today, all of whom hunt large animals and obtain more than 70% of their energy from animal sources, reinforced the conclusion that humans specialized in hunting large animals and were in fact hypercarnivores,” the academics noted.

Ben-Dor said Stone-Age humans’ expertise in hunting large animals played a major role in the extinction of certain large animals, such as mammoths, mastodons, and giant sloths.

“Most probably, like in current-day predators, hunting itself was a focal human activity throughout most of human evolution. Other archeological evidence – like the fact that specialized tools for obtaining and processing vegetable foods only appeared in the later stages of human evolution – also supports the centrality of large animals in the human diet, throughout most of human history,” he said.

This is not to say, however, that humans during this period didn’t eat any plants. Ben-Dor said they also consumed plants, but they weren’t a major component of their diet until the end of the era when the decline of animal food sources led humans to increase their vegetable intake.

Eventually, the researchers said humans had no choice but to domesticate both plants and animals and become farmers.

Ran Barkai, one of the study’s authors and a professor at Tel Aviv University, said their findings have modern-day implications.

“For many people today, the Paleolithic diet is a critical issue, not only with regard to the past, but also concerning the present and future. It is hard to convince a devout vegetarian that his/her ancestors were not vegetarians, and people tend to confuse personal beliefs with scientific reality,” he said. 

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Marimaca Copper: First Drill Hole Intersects Broad Zone of Sulphide Copper Mineralization at Marimaca – Junior Mining Network

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VANCOUVER, British Columbia, April 07, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Marimaca Copper Corp. (“Marimaca Copper” or the “Company”) (TSX: MARI) is pleased to announce the assay results of the first drill hole of a five-hole program targeting extensions of sulphide mineralization below the Company’s flagship Marimaca Oxide Deposit (“MOD”). Drilling encountered a broad zone of chalcopyrite and minor chalcocite, indicating potential for economic sulphide mineralization.

Highlights

  • Drill hole MAR-125 intersected 116m (expected approximate true width) at an average grade of 0.51% CuT from 162m, including two higher grade zones of:
    • 20m with an average grade of 0.77% CuT from 162m; and
    • 42m with an average grade of 0.92% CuT from 236m.
  • Intersection represents a significantly broader zone of mineralization than anticipated from earlier, nearby, sulphide drilling intersections
  • First drill hole of an initial five-hole campaign to test for extensions of mineralization at depth
    • First hole designed to extend mineralization closer to sulphide zones identified in historical drilling
    • Remaining four holes designed to test the limits of mineralization with step outs of approximately 300m at depth and between 400m and 700m along strike to the north and south of the first hole
  • Sulphide drilling to be completed shortly, with assay results on remaining holes expected by the end of April 2021
  • In response to escalating COVID situation in Chile, the Company has initiated a break in drilling which is not expected to impact the original target of testing all identified targets by the end of 1H 2021.

Sergio Rivera, VP Exploration of Marimaca Copper, commented:

“The results of the first hole of this initial campaign are extremely pleasing, exceeding both the widths and grades we had projected for this zone based on earlier drilling completed nearby. The broad intercept of chalcopyrite mineralization shows good continuity downhole, with potentially economic grades, especially at the bottom of the intercept.

“The drilling has also provided additional geological information, which we are using to refine our understanding of the controls of mineralization and to inform future drillhole locations, targeting mineralized extensions at depth and along strike.

“The next four holes are significant step outs from the known mineralized zones outside of the Mineral Resource Estimate area and are designed to test the limits of the mineralized body, both at depth and along strike. The second hole will be collared approximately 350m to the east of MAR-125, targeting mineralization up to 300m below the current deepest mineralization. The third, fourth and fifth holes will be located between 400m and 700m to the north and south of MAR-125, aiming to test for extensions along strike.

“This first hole has provided encouragement that there is potential for economically interesting sulphide mineralization at Marimaca, while the next four drill holes are designed to better delineate the tonnage potential of this.”

Discussion of Campaign Objectives and Results

The current five-hole drilling campaign at the Marimaca Copper Project is designed to test for extensions to mineralization below the MOD. Based on the structural controls of the mineralization, the results of previous geophysical campaigns and earlier drilling, which extended beyond the current Mineral Resource Estimate (“MRE”) area, the Company believes there is the potential for extensions of the mineralized body at depth across the full strike length of the MOD. All drill holes will be drilled at an azimuth of 270o and at -60o, roughly perpendicular to the north-south striking, easterly dipping mineralizing structures. Intercepts should, therefore, be relatively close to the true width of the mineralization.

The first drill hole (MAR-125) encountered a broad zone of dominantly chalcopyrite mineralization with some pyrite and minor chalcocite over a down hole width (expected to be equivalent to approximate true width) of 116m with an average grade of 0.51% CuT. This includes two zones of higher-grade mineralization including 20m with an average grade of 0.77% CuT and 42m with an average grade of 0.92% CuT at the end of the mineralized intercept. The hole was collared to test mineralization approximately 100m to the east of the earlier hole ATR-82, which intersected 44m of sulphide copper mineralization with an average grade of 1.05% CuT, and 200m and 300m east of holes ATR-93 and ATR-94 respectively, which both intersected mineralization with true widths of around 40m with average grades above 1.0% CuT. MAR-125 has demonstrated an extension to this higher-grade mineralization and provides further areas to target for follow up drilling.

MAR-125 is located in the center of the current MRE area, proximal to a zone of relatively high-grade sulphide mineralization intercepted in several drill holes over widths of between 30m and 50m. The remaining four drill holes have been located to test the limits of the mineralization by stepping out significantly at depth and along strike beyond the current MRE area. The collar of the second hole, MAS-03, is located approximately 100m to the south and 350m to the east of MAR-125 and is aimed to intersect mineralization approximately 300m below MAR-125. MAS-02 and MAS-04, located approximately 400m and 700m, respectively, south of MAR-125, and are planned as significant step outs along strike, targeting the conductivity high noted in the IP survey completed across the MOD

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Sampling and Assay Protocol

True widths cannot be determined with the information available at this time. Marimaca Copper RC holes were sampled on a 2-metre continuous basis, with dry samples riffle split on site and one quarter sent to the Andes Analytical Assay preparation laboratory in Calama and the pulps then sent to the same company laboratory in Santiago for assaying. A second quarter was stored on site for reference. Samples were prepared using the following standard protocol: drying; crushing to better than 85% passing -10#; homogenizing; splitting; pulverizing a 500-700g subsample to 95% passing -150#; and a 125g split of this sent for assaying. All samples were assayed for CuT (total copper), CuS (acid soluble copper) by AAS. A full QA/QC program, involving insertion of appropriate blanks, standards and duplicates was employed with acceptable results. Pulps and sample rejects are stored by Marimaca Copper for future reference.

Qualified Person

The technical information in this news release, including the information that relates to geology, drilling and mineralization was prepared under the supervision of, or has been reviewed by Sergio Rivera, Vice President of Exploration, Marimaca Copper Corp, a geologist with more than 36 years of experience and a member of the Colegio de Geólogos de Chile and of the Institute of Mining Engineers of Chile, and who is the Qualified Person for the purposes of NI 43-101 responsible for the design and execution of the drilling program.

Mr. Rivera confirms that he has visited the Marimaca Project on numerous occasions, is responsible for the information contained in this news release and consents to its publication.

Contact Information
For further information please visit www.marimaca.com or contact:

Tavistock
+44 (0) 207 920 3150
Jos Simson/Emily Moss 
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Forward Looking Statements

This news release includes certain “forward-looking statements” under applicable Canadian securities legislation. These statements relate to future events or the Company’s future performance, business prospects or opportunities. Forward-looking statements include, but are not limited to, the impact of a rebranding of the Company, the future development and exploration potential of the Marimaca Project. Actual future results may differ materially. There can be no assurance that such statements will prove to be accurate, and actual results and future events could differ materially from those anticipated in such statements. Forward-looking statements reflect the beliefs, opinions and projections on the date the statements are made and are based upon a number of assumptions and estimates that, while considered reasonable by Marimaca Copper, are inherently subject to significant business, economic, competitive, political and social uncertainties and contingencies. Many factors, both known and unknown, could cause actual results, performance or achievements to be materially different from the results, performance or achievements that are or may be expressed or implied by such forward-looking statements and the parties have made assumptions and estimates based on or related to many of these factors. Such factors include, without limitation: risks related to share price and market conditions, the inherent risks involved in the mining, exploration and development of mineral properties, the uncertainties involved in interpreting drilling results and other geological data, fluctuating metal prices, the possibility of project delays or cost overruns or unanticipated excessive operating costs and expenses, uncertainties related to the necessity of financing, the availability of and costs of financing needed in the future as well as those factors disclosed in the Company’s documents filed from time to time with the securities regulators in the Provinces of British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island and Newfoundland and Labrador. Accordingly, readers should not place undue reliance on forward-looking statements. Marimaca Copper undertakes no obligation to update publicly or otherwise revise any forward-looking statements contained herein whether as a result of new information or future events or otherwise, except as may be required by law.


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