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IoT Data Role in Securing the Connected Home Discussed by Parks Associates in Its In-Demand Report Available at MarketPublishers.com

27 Jun 2017 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – The escalating number of connected devices can be immensely valuable for consumers, both in creation of personalized user experiences and also in generation of data that can be examined to provide expanded benefits. However, they also open more targets for hackers.

What does the present scenario in the connected home market look like? What are the major challenges to securing the home networks? What opportunities emerge for IoT ecosystem players to offer data privacy and security solutions? What incentives are expected to foster data sharing? What are the major concerns of the connected home market players? What the prevailing trends in the IoT connected home?

These and many other important questions are answered in the insightful report “IoT Data: Securing the Connected Home” prepared by Parks Associates. This report presents a detailed analysis of the present challenges for securing the connected home and the emerging opportunities for security solution providers. Besides, this report contains the most updated consumer data on security concerns and willingness to share data, as well as examines their effects on consumer purchasing behavior and confidence. This topical study provides valuable recommendations for services providers and OEMs, includes a comprehensive assessment of the major market growth influencing forces, discusses the hottest security issues, touches upon the economic and business environment. Moreover, this research study gives access to a future outlook for the US market, including forecasts for standalone security gateways and residential gateway/routers, that are important in defense against vulnerabilities.

Visit the Parks Associates page to find many more research reports prepared by this publisher.


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