The report Security solutions to expand smart IoT markets analyzes the Internet of Things (IoT) security business opportunity. Service providers rely on IoT solutions to reach new efficiencies and performance optimization along with the introduction of new big data analytics. Although the potential benefits are undeniable, today most IoT systems lack adapted security architectures to face the risks of a connected world. IoT complexity demands the implementation of security solutions from end-to-end of the value chain.
The report focuses on secure IoT opportunities in six market segments (smart home, consumer devices, automotive, smart cities, industrial IoT and healthcare). It analyzes major trends and challenges, the IoT security architecture and security solutions available, the value chain as well as the positioning and business models of the multiple stakeholders in this industry. Standardization, interoperability, regulation and privacy issues, among others, are also discussed.
The report forecasts secure IoT device shipments and their installed base in six market segments between 2017 and 2022. In each market segment, shipments are also calculated according to the type of security solution adopted (i.e. software, hybrid or hardware.) Moreover, product and services revenues are also computed for each segment during the forecast period.
This report covers the market landscape and its growth prospects over the coming years (2017-2022). Security solutions to expand smart IoT markets forecasts secure IoT device shipments and their installed base in six market segments. In each market segment, shipments are also calculated according to the type of security solution adopted (i.e. software, hybrid or hardware.) Moreover, product and services revenues are also computed for each segment over the forecast period.
Key Topics Covered:
2. IoT definition
3. IoT devices' functions
4. IoT components
5. IoT segmentation
6. Trends and drivers
9. Value chain
11. Why we need IoT security
12. What to do with IoT data?
14. Business model
15. Standardization and interoperability
18. Market trends and forecasts
19. Final remarks
20. Companies and organizations
- Able Device
- Broadband Internet Technical Advisory Group (BITAG)
- Giesecke & Devrient
- Industrial Internet Consortium
- Inside Secure
- Internet of Things Security Foundation
- LoRa Alliance
- NXP Semiconductors
- Oberthur Technologies
- Prpl Foundation
- ST Microelectronics
- Sierra Wireless
- Trusted Objects
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