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Cloud-based IoT IDaaS to Account for 47% of Deployments by 2022, States Mind Commerce in Its New Report Available at MarketPublishers.com

16 Feb 2017 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – There is a requirement of identity of things (IDoT) management solutions to support communications between dissimilar IoT networks and systems. These solutions will comprise IDoT verification, permissions management, and discovery, which will be delivered by a blend of on-premise and cloud-based infrastructure.

A slew of opportunities and challenges are expected to arise with the deployment of IDoT in the offing. For instance, there will be a growing need to handle the inevitable ‘IoT Spoofing’ that will take place as IoT services and applications scale to bigger size and economic relevance. Still, key companies are projected to offer registry, directory, and database services to support required ID management, authorisation, and other operational support systems (OSS) functions.

Digital ID will likely play an essential role in IoT authentication and security.

Cloud-based IoT identity as a service (IDaaS) solutions are poised to capture 47% of all deployments by 2022-end.

There are set to be a great chance for database services to support IoT ID management.

Effective IDoT solutions are poised to become of high priority as IoT exceeds beyond silo company-centric operations.

New market research study “Identity Management in IoT: Identity of Things (IDoT) Market Outlook and Forecasts 2017 - 2022” created by Mind Commerce offers a detailed analysis of the marketplace covering the actual state of digital ID management and gives projections of future requirements of IDoT. 

It offers granular IDoT sector forecasts figures till 2022 globally and region-wise, and based on deployment model and industry. The report offers a refined understanding of what things are to be identified and why. It gives true information on how thing identity is related to IoT authentication. The study identifies and evaluates leading logical and physical infrastructure for IoT ID management; discusses the evolution and prospective demand for managing thing identity. It uncovers the role and significance of AI in IoT authentication and authorisation, and reveals the need for thing identity of devices, networks, data, and actors.

More new comprehensive market research reports by our partner are available at its page.


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