IoT Edge Enroll helped GlobalSign find itself a Leader in our IoT Device Identity Lifecycle Management competitive rankings, offering customizable options and a diverse database of digital certificates. This enables customers to customize the digital identity requirements of their connected IoT fleets based on the device computing power, digital footprint, deployment requirements, and infrastructure constraints, among other factors.
Our homes are becoming smarter. Through IoT applications and network architectures, our homes will to continue to expand in capability, function, and activity.
By 2030, the number of IoT smart home devices is expected to reach 1.7 billon. The demand for a smart home is growing, and there is increasing pressure from a trust and security perspective. But how can digital certificates be leveraged and why should this be at the forefront of IoT smart home device design considerations?
The industrial market is undergoing a transformation using new technologies such as Artificial Intelligence (AI), digital twins, and robotics.
The foundation of this evolution is connectivity where legacy siloed and airgapped networks are becoming internet-connected exposing a broad industrial device ecosystem. Industry 4.0 and the industrial Internet are terms describing industry transformation with new technology investment expected to grow from US$41 billion in 2022 to nearly US$200 billion by 2030. But greater Internet accessibility to the critical machines powering industry means that security is a top concern to both limit data loss and prevent operational disruptions. By 2030, connected machines and production systems within factories will exceed 1.2 billion.