Digital Forensics Market was worth $3,080.5 million in 2017 and is expected to be worth $6,945.6 million by 2025

The increasing cyber-security threats, combined with rapid digital transformations across a wide range of industry verticals, exponentially increasing mobile digital services, and massive demand for the rapid recovery of assets and detection of security breaches, are major factors driving the Digital Forensics Market growth. On the contrary, rising anti-forensic techniques, combined with legal challenges, limit market growth.

The introduction of Internet of Things (IoT) paradigms, particularly in industries, is expected to spark a new wave of misbehaviour, including cyber-attacks that jeopardise organisational data security. The use of anti-forensic tools exacerbates the difficulties in digital forensics. Lawmakers and digital forensic experts are attempting to investigate digital activities, which are frequently hidden in massive databases. There has been a worldwide demand for highly skilled professionals capable of addressing and catapulting digital flaws and mishaps. Several countries are planning programmes to teach digital forensics.

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Regionally, North America held the largest share of the global digital forensics market and is expected to maintain its dominance over the forecast period. Asia Pacific is expected to grow at the fastest rate during the forecast period.

Because of the emergence of artificial intelligence, digital forensic will soon enter a new dimension with each new technology and application (AI). Digital forensics can now reduce bias in investigations and generate relevant shreds of evidence admissible in a specific scenario. AI combines large amounts of data with complex computer algorithms. Investigators can search through a large pool of data, which includes everything from e-mail and social media to smart sensors and video footage. The demand for intelligent investigation made room for the incorporation of AI tools.

In the form of sophisticated algorithms for DNA sequence matching, cybercrime detection, e-discovery document review, and digital analysis, it plays a critical role in digital forensics investigation. AI has made it easier to recognise suspect signature patterns. Massive investment by key market players, combined with end-user demand, predicts a promising trend in the global digital forensics market.

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