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Where do Security Specifiers Work?

Over half the consultants in our database work for Engineering firms.

Where Security Consultants Work

Do Security Consulting Firms Outnumber Engineering Firms?

Over 60% of the firms in our database are consulting firms with a security specialty.

Number Consulting and Engineering firms

What are the Top Vertical Markets for Specifiers?

Education is the market most frequently mentioned for participation by both consulting and engineering firms.

Top Verticle Markets

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