Internet of Things Security More Info

IoT Security concerns the cybersecurity requirements of the Internet of Things. ABI Research provides analysis on cybersecurity operational technologies, such as industrial control systems, automotive technologies, healthcare and associated medical devices, building automation, and smart city implementations. From wearables to processing plants, security considerations span embedded elements, connectivity protocols, lightweight operating systems and virtualization, firmware development, sensor network protection, and security services for identity, authentication, and credentialing.

Coverage Topics

  • Mobile Security Hardware
  • Secure Elements
  • Trusted Execution Environments
  • Hardware Security Modules and Devices
  • e-SIM in the Consumer Market
  • Digital Wallet
  • Point of Sale (PoS) System Security
  • Mobile Biometric Authentication
  • User Authentication on Mobile Devices
  • Enabling Security of Mobile Financial Transactions
  • Securing the Internet of Things
  • Trusted Service Management (TSM) Strategies and n Business Models
  • Mobile Authentication & Encryption
  • Embedded IoT Security
  • Identity of Things
  • IoT Application and Network Security
  • Secure Over-the-Air (OTA) Management
  • Security Gateways & Routers for the IoT
  • Managed Security Services for the IoT
  • Securing Building Automation Systems
  • Smart Home Cybersecurity
  • IoT Consumer Privacy
  • Authentication, Credentials, and Key Management the IoT
  • Securing IoT Cloud Platforms
  • Smart Grid Security
  • Hybrid, Microcontroller Unit (MCU), and Microprocessor Unit (MPU) Industrial IoT Use Cases
  • Emerging Secure IC IoT Opportunities
  • Device Fingerprinting Solutions

ABI Research's Guide to IoT Security

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ABI Analyst: Menting

Michela Menting
Research Director

Securing the IoT is going to be a considerable challenge in the next decade with new variables coming into play every day. Embedded security, application security, managed services, safety considerations, consumer privacy, and data protection are all areas that need to be addressed in this new world of connected things. This webinar will provide an overview of the nascent IoT Security space. What are the security technologies emerging to counter vulnerabilities and threat vectors in the IoT. Which industries are making strides towards better protection mechanisms? Who are the players pioneering the way?