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Security Services for IoT

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Actionable Benefits

  • IoT security is changing fast. Distinguish fact from fiction and gain a complete understanding of all underlying IoT security services and their role in the emerging market landscape.
  • Recognize, re-evaluate and adjust your business strategy across on-premise deployments, cloud services or device-centric security options.
  • Examine network, device, data and application level security options and explore security revenues across the entire IoT ecosystem.

Critical Questions Answered

  • What are the key technological components, characteristics and classifications IoT security services?
  • How does the recent focus into “intelligent edge devices” affects the cloud dominance in IoT? Do on-prem security options still have their place? Are they profitable?
  • How do critical questions like cost-efficiency, monetization, management and architecture dependencies affect security? Are some markets more affected than others? To what extent? 

Research Highlights

  • Over 8 billion WAV-only connections will be active by 2026 – all monetizable across different security options.
  • Global IoT security revenues expected to reach US$16.8 billion by 2026.
  • Secure device provisioning and management, secure OTA updates, secure data hosting, regulatory compliance and data governance are expected to be some of the key technologies to receive the majority of investments within the next five years.
  • A great deal of IoT security options are still not addressed to their full potential, increasing total cost of ownership for IoT players in the long term.

Who Should Read This?

  • C-Level executives and IoT strategy directors.
  • Cloud service providers and edge-focused specialists.
  • Digital identity specialists and service providers specializing in IoT security services.
  • IoT device and gateway manufacturers.

Table of Contents

1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

2. EXAMING THE IOT SECURITY SERVICE ECOSYSTEM

2.1. Device, On-Premises, and Cloud Security Services
2.2. End Devices and Gateways
2.3. Cloud-Based Services
2.4. On-Premises Services
2.5. Security and Management Considerations
2.6. Market Data and Technology Breakdown
2.7. Methodology and Modeling
2.8. Profiling and Categorization
2.9. IoT Security Market Overview
2.10. Device ID, Manufacturing, and Supply Chain Security Services
2.11. Network and Communication Security
2.12. Data Security
2.13. Application Security

3. VENDOR PROFILES

3.1. Armis
3.2. Atos
3.3. AWS
3.4. Cipher
3.5. Check Point
3.6. IBM
3.7. Microsoft Azure