Buy ‘Tech in Food Service – Report Bundle (7 Reports)’ and save over 54% of full price - Buy now @$2,950.

Cybersecurity in Foodservice – Thematic Research

Pages: 59 Published: June 13, 2022 Report Code: GDCG-TR-S059

The global cybersecurity revenue in foodservice was $1.2 billion in 2020. The market is expected to grow at a CAGR of more than 11% during the forecast period. The COVID-19 pandemic forced foodservice companies to digitally transform, shifting to online delivery, remote communication with employees, and digitalizing supply chain management.

Foodservice suppliers that neglect the cybersecurity of operational technology (OT) are at risk of increasingly frequent and complex ransomware attacks, as evidenced by JBS’ ransomware attack in 2021. The growth of ransomware as a service (RaaS) will only expedite the importance of OT chip-based cybersecurity.

The Global Cybersecurity Market Overview

The Global Cybersecurity Market Overview

For more insights on the global cybersecurity market forecast, download a free report sample

What is the impact of cybersecurity in the foodservice market?

Corporate boards face increasing pressure to adopt more sustainable policies, but companies must assess their impact on society. Human rights violations come in many forms, including data breaches, as every individual has a right to privacy. Foodservice companies process and store a wealth of employee and consumer data. Breaches of security can lead to unauthorized access, use, destruction, loss, alteration, or disclosure of this personal data.

COVID-19 has increased cybersecurity risk and created new opportunities for hackers. New digital strategies implemented during the pandemic can improve the foodservice sector’s operational efficiency. However, companies that digitalize hastily and neglect to expand their cybersecurity capabilities appropriately can expect negative consequences.

Digitalization of the foodservice sector relies heavily on wireless connections and online transactions made by customers. This has increased the attack surface that hackers are presented with, the ease with which they can navigate networks of connected devices, and the wealth of data available.

Before the emergence of widespread remote working, corporate networks that held company data and applications were protected by a firewall and other security tools. However, additional cybersecurity measures have become necessary as companies increasingly adopt VPNs to provide employees remote access to the entire corporate network. Giving employees VPN access to the corporate network exposes the organization to increased threats from hackers and other unauthorized individuals. Network security solutions such as ZTNA and SASE can help address this problem.

What are the key cybersecurity value chains?

The key cybersecurity value chains can be divided into three segments: hardware, software, and services.

Hardware

With chips now being used in mission-critical servers and safety-critical applications, protecting chips from cyberattacks is becoming more critical and more expensive. Systems vendors such as Apple and Amazon are increasingly designing their chips rather than buying commercially developed devices and intellectual property (IP) created by third-party developers.

Software

The software element of the cybersecurity value chain comprises the following areas: identity management, network security, endpoint security, threat detection & response, cloud security, data security, email security, application security, unified threat management, and vulnerability management.

Services

The services element of the cybersecurity value chain comprises the following areas: managed security services, post-breach response services, and risk & compliance services. Services are typically outsourced because of the complexity of addressing cybersecurity-related issues, such as staying on top of vulnerabilities, identifying & responding to threats, and meeting compliance requirements.

Which are the leading foodservice companies deploying cybersecurity?

The leading foodservice companies deploying cybersecurity are Al Hatab Bakery, Favor Delivery, Skylark Group, Starbucks, Swiggy, and Welbilt.

Which are the specialist cybersecurity vendors in the foodservice market?

The specialist cybersecurity vendors in the foodservice market are Auvesy-MDT, Cali Group, Cardonet, Dragos, Eat IT Drink IT, NCR, Netskope, PDI Software, Preciate, Singtel, SonicWall, TitanHQ, and VikingCloud.

Market report scope

Market size (Year – 2020) $1.2 billion
CAGR >11%
Forecast period 2020 to 2025
Key value chains Hardware, Software, and Services
Leading foodservice companies Al Hatab Bakery, Favor Delivery, Skylark Group, Starbucks, Swiggy, and Welbilt
Specialist cybersecurity vendors Auvesy-MDT, Cali Group, Cardonet, Dragos, Eat IT Drink IT, NCR, Netskope, PDI Software, Preciate, Singtel, SonicWall, TitanHQ, and VikingCloud

Reasons to Buy

  • Position yourself for success by understanding the importance of cybersecurity for your company and how major challenges for the foodservice sector will accelerate the need for improved security of both informational technology (IT) and operational technology (OT) systems.
  • Source the leading and specialist vendors for cybersecurity for the foodservice industry. Discover what each vendor offers, and who some of their existing clients are.
  • Quickly identify attractive investment targets in the foodservice industry by understanding which companies are most likely to be winners in the future based on our thematic scorecard.
  • Gain a competitive advantage in the foodservice industry over your competitors by understanding the future trends of cybersecurity and how to be proactive in preventing future attacks which can harm your company both reputationally and financially.

Key Players

1Password
Accenture
Airbus (Stormshield)
Akamai
Al Hatab Bakery
Alert Logic
Alibaba
Alphabet
Alphabet (Google)
Alphabet (Siemplify)
Amazon
AMD
Analog Devices
AnyVision
Appgate
Apple
Aqua Security
Aramark
Arby's
Arcon
AT&T
Atos
Attivo Networks
Autogrill
Auvesy-MDT
Aware
BAE Systems
Baidu
Barracuda
Barracuda Networks
BeyondTrust
Bill Miller Bar-B-Q
BioEnable
Blackberry
BMC Helix
Brinker
Broadcom
BT
Buffalo Wild Wings
Burger King
Cadence Design Systems
Café Zupas
Cali Group
CaliBurger
Capgemini
Cardonet
Cato
CEC Entertainment
CFA Properties
Check Point Software
Checkers Drive-In Restaurants
Checkmarx
Chili's
China Telecom
China Unicom
Chipotle
ChowNow
CipherCloud
Cisco
Clear Secure
Clearview
Cloudcheckr
Cloudera
Cloudflare
CloudPassage
CMITech
Coca-Cola
Code42
Cognitec
Cognizant
Compass Group
Contrast Security
CorFire
Costa Coffee
CrowdStrike
CyberArk
Cyberbit
Cybereason
Cynet
D3 Security
Darden Restaurants
Darktrace
Dashlane
Delinea
Deliveroo
Dell Technologies
Deutsche Telekom
Dickey's Barbeque Pit
Dine Brands Global
Doctor's Associates (Subway)
Domino's
DoorDash
Dragos
Dunkin' Donuts
Duo Security
DXC Technology
Eat IT Drink IT
ekey
Equifax
Ermetic
Exabeam
Expanse
Extreme
EY
Eyelock
F5 Networks
Favor Delivery
Five Guys
Forcepoint
Forescout
ForgeRock
Fortinet
Foxpass
Fugue
Fujitsu
GES Group
GitLab
HCL Technologies
HelloFresh
Helpsystems
Herjavec Group
HID Global
Hitachi
Homeslice Pizza
Horizon Robotics
HPE
Huawei
IBM
IBM (Red Hat)
Idemia
iFlytek
Illumio
Ilumio
Impulse
Informatica
Infosys
Innovatrics
Inspire Brands
Intel
Invicti
iProov
Iris ID
IriusRisk
Ironscales
Ivanti
Ivanti (MobileIron)
Japan Computer Vision
JBS
Jollibee Foods
Juniper Networks
Kairos
KFC
KnowBe4
KPMG
KT
Lacework
LastPass
Lindsay Australia
Little Ceasars
Lockheed Martin
LogMeIn
LogMeOnce
Logrhythm
Lookout
Lumen Technologies
ManageEngine
Marvell
Mastercard
McDonald's
Megvii
Mentor Graphics
Micro Focus
Micron Semiconductor
Microsoft
Mimecast
Navisite
NCC
NCR
NEC
Netskope
Nokia
NordPass
Northrop Grumman
NTT Data
NXP Semiconductors
NXT-ID
Okta
Okta
Onapsis
One Identity
OneLogIn
OneSpan
OneTrust
Oracle
Orange
Orca Security
Palantir
Palo Alto Networks
Panda Restaurant Group
Papa John's
Payface
PDI Software
Perimeter 81
Ping Identity
Pollo Campero
Popeyes
PopID
Portnox
Proofpoint
PwC
Qualys
Rapid7
Raytheon BBN
Raytheon Technologies
Reddit
RedSeal
Renesas
Resolver
Restaurant Brands International
Rhebo
RSA
Ruckus
SAIC
SailPoint Technologies
Samsung Electronics
Science on Call
SecureAuth
SecureOne
Secureworks
Securonix
SenseTime
SentinelOne
Seven & I
Sift Security
Singtel
Singtel (Trustwave)
Skybox Security
Skyhigh Security
Skylark Group
Smoothie King
Snyk
Sodexo
Softbank (Arm)
SolarWinds
SonicWall
Sophos
Splunk
Starbucks
STMicroelectronics
Sumo Logic
Swiggy
Swimlane
Synopsys
Sysnet
Tanium
Tata Consultancy Services
Tech Mahindra
Tech5
Telstra
Tenable
Tessian
Thales
The Cheesecake Factory
ThreatConnect
Threatmetrix
Threatmodeler
TitanHQ
Trellix
Trellix
Trend Micro
TrueFace.AI
Trustwave
Tumbleweed Restaurants
Twitter
Untangle
Veracode
Verizon
Versa
VikingCloud
VMware
WatchGuard
Welbilt
Wendy's First Kitchen
Whataburger
Whitbread
WhiteHat Security
Wipro
Yahoo
Yubico
Yum China
Yum! Brands
Zscaler.

Table of Contents

Contents

Executive Summary

Cybersecurity Value Chain

Foodservice Challenges

The Impact of Cybersecurity on Foodservice

Case Studies

Data Analysis

Companies

Sector Scorecard

Glossary

Further Reading

Our Thematic Research Methodology

About GlobalData

Contact Us

Frequently Asked Questions

The global cybersecurity market size was $1.2 billion in 2020.

 

 

 

The global cybersecurity market is expected to grow at a CAGR of more than 11% during the forecast period.

The key cybersecurity value chains can be divided into three segments: hardware, software, and services.

The leading foodservice companies deploying cybersecurity are Al Hatab Bakery, Favor Delivery, Skylark Group, Starbucks, Swiggy, and Welbilt.

The specialist cybersecurity vendors in the foodservice market are Auvesy-MDT, Cali Group, Cardonet, Dragos, Eat IT Drink IT, NCR, Netskope, PDI Software, Preciate, Singtel, SonicWall, TitanHQ, and VikingCloud.

$995

Can be used by individual purchaser only

$1,995

Can be shared globally by unlimited users within the purchasing corporation e.g. all employees of a single company

Get in touch to find out about our multi-purchase discounts

reportstore@globaldata.com
Tel +44 (0) 20 7947 2960

Every customer’s requirement is unique. We understand that and can customize the report basis your exact research requirements pertaining to market insights, innovation insights, strategy and planning, and competitive intelligence. You can also avail the option of purchasing stand-alone sections of the report or request for a country specific report.

Still undecided about purchasing this report?

Enquire Before Buying

Request a Free Sample

Testimonial

“The GlobalData platform is our go-to tool for intelligence services. GlobalData provides an easy way to access comprehensive intelligence data around multiple sectors, which essentially makes it a one-for-all intelligence platform, for tendering and approaching customers.

GlobalData is very customer orientated, with a high degree of personalised services, which benefits everyday use. The highly detailed project intelligence and forecast reports can be utilised across multiple departments and workflow scopes, from operational to strategic level, and often support strategic decisions. GlobalData Analytics and visualisation solutions has contributed positively when preparing management presentations and strategic papers.”

Business Intelligence & Marketing Manager, SAL Heavy Lift

“COVID-19 has caused significant interference to our business and the COVID-19 intelligence from GlobalData has helped us reach better decisions around strategy. These two highlights have helped enormously to understand the projections into the future concerning our business units, we also utilise the project database to source new projects for Liebherr-Werk to use as an additional source to pitch for new business.”

Market Analyst & Management, Liebherr-Werk

Your daily news has saved me a lot of time and keeps me up-to-date with what is happening in the market, I like that you almost always have a link to the source origin. We also use your market data in our Strategic Business Process to support our business decisions. By having everything in one place on the Intelligence Center it has saved me a lot of time versus looking on different sources, the alert function also helps with this.

Head of Key Accounts, Saab AB

Having used several other market research companies, I find that GlobalData manages to provide that ‘difficult-to-get’ market data that others can’t, as well as very diverse and complete consumer surveys.

Marketing Intelligence Manager, Portugal Foods
Foodservice
Starbucks Australia - Failure Case Study
$595 | November 2022
Foodservice
GDDT0575ES
$495 | October 2022