In order to find gaps or missing points in any domain, examination of the literature work is necessary and provides a good amount of information. Doing a requirement analysis on top of this literature search incorporating the domain experts is a convenient way to find out ideas to fill out the detected gaps. The security visualization domain has been popular for the latest twenty years. There have been many designs. However, our literature analyses work resulted with the conclusion that the majority of the earlier security visualization work focuses a known set of use-cases, and these are trying to be validated using these small sets of vulnerabilities and some commonly known threats through a few case studies or experimental results. In this work, a security visualization requirement analysis survey with 30 information security experts is done. The paper presents the qualitative and quantitative results of this survey.