World IoT Security Market Scenario Investigated by The Insight Partners in Its New Study Recently Added at MarketPublishers.com
19 Apr 2017 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Every day, Internet of Things (IoT) connects numerous devices, even previously closed systems are today opened up to remote access and control. In the wake of the rising demand for IoT technologies, the networking trends open lucrative opportunities for comfort and convenience for users, and novel business and service models for enterprises.
At present, security concerns are escalating dramatically as the attack surface expands and companies struggle to protect intellectual property, sensitive data and process integrity.
The world’s market for IoT security is projected to see robust growth between 2017 and 2025, driven primarily by the enhancing risk of data theft and also favourable government regulations.
Some of the prominent market participants include Cisco Systems, Symantec Corporation, IBM Corporation, Trend Micro, Intel Corporation, Infineon Technologies, Gemalto, amid others.
New topical report “IoT Security Market to 2025 - Global Analysis and Forecasts by Type, Solution and Application” prepared by The Insight Partners offers an all-round overview of the world’s market for IoT security and gives a granular analysis of the market segmentation on the basis of types, applications, solutions and regions.
The report contains reliable info on the major influencing factors, prevailing and emerging trends, lucrative opportunities and main challenges. It covers the competitive landscape and includes data on the leading companies, discloses updated statistics and important industry performance estimates, investigates the current scenario across the key geographical markets. The research study touches upon the market dynamics, comprises exhaustive PEST analysis and SWOT analysis. In addition, this report provides access to a comprehensive future outlook for the global IoT security market up to 2025.
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