Key IoT Security Technologies
The example of WikiLeaks exposing critical CIA documents revealed that internet-connected televisions can be used to secretly record conversations. President Trump’s advisor Kelly Anne Conway believes that microwave ovens can spy on you—maybe the reference was towards microwave cameras which indeed can be used for surveillance. And in fact, with 96% of security professionals responding to a new survey expecting an increase in IoT breaches this year, nobody is immune to IoT attacks. Without your conscious indulgence, your connected gadgets may be unwittingly cooperating with criminals. Whether because of government regulation or good old-fashioned self-interest, we can expect increased investment in IoT security technologies. Here are few important IoT security technologies enlisted with the intent to deliver the effective overview of the IoT Security Ecosystem.

                                                            IoT Security Technologies: Network Security
It involves Protecting and securing the network connecting IoT devices to back-end systems on the internet. The wider range of communication protocols, standards, and device capabilities, all of which pose significant issues and increased complexity, make IoT network security a bit more challenging than traditional network security. Key capabilities include traditional endpoint security features such as antivirus and antimalware as well as other features such as firewalls and intrusion prevention and detection systems.

                                                               IoT Security Technologies: Authentication
IoT Authentication comprises of providing the ability for users to authenticate an IoT device, including managing multiple users of a single device, ranging from simple static password/pins to more robust authentication mechanisms such as two-factor authentication, digital certificates and biometrics unlike most enterprise networks where the authentication processes involve a human being entering a credential. Many IoT authentication scenarios are machine-to-machine based without any human intervention.

                                                              IoT Security Technologies: Encryption
Unauthorized access to data and devices can be prevented through Encryption. This will be difficult to ensure due to the variety of IoT devices and hardware profiles. Encryption must be part of a complete security management process.

                                                          IoT Security Technologies: Security Side Channel attacks
Adequate encryption and authentication are not enough for some possible threats like side-channel attacks. Such attacks focus more on how the information is being presented. Side-channel attacks (SCA) collect operational characteristics—execution time, power consumers, the electromagnetic emanation of the design to retrieve keys, and fault insertion to gain other insights into the design.

                                                       IoT Security Technologies: Security Analytics and Threat Prediction
Not only must security-related data be monitored and controlled, it must also be used to predict future threats. It has to complement traditional approaches that look for activities that fall outside of an established policy. The prediction will require new algorithms and the application of artificial intelligence to access non-traditional attack strategies.
IoT Security Technologies: Interface Protection

Most hardware and software designers access devices via an application programming interface (API). Securing these interfaces requires the ability to authenticate and authorize devices that need to exchange data (hopefully encrypted). Only authorized devices, developers, and applications should be capable of communication between secure devices.

IoT Security Technologies: Delivery Mechanisms
Continuous updates and patches will be needed to deal with the constantly changing tactics of cyber attackers. This will require expertise in patches, essentially fixing gaps in critical software on the fly.
IoT Security Technologies: System Development
IoT security requires an end-to-end approach in the network design. If the product is only a smart sensor, it becomes difficult for the security to be a full product-lifecycle development activity. It’s critical that both hardware and software be considered in these security systems and for that to happen security should be given priority in every stage of the development and shouldn’t be acknowledged as a thing that follows implementation phase.

Maximize Market Research has comprehensively analyzed Global IoT Security Market emphasizing on the various IoT Security Technologies. The driving forces, as well as considerable restraints, have been explained in depth to attain a balanced scenario. Segment wise market size and market share during the forecast years are duly addressed to portray the probable picture of this exuberant industry. The competitive landscape comprising of key innovators, service providers, market giants as well as niche players is studied and analyzed extensively with respect to their strengths, weaknesses as well as value addition prospects. The report presents significant case studies along with the success stories to motivate and guide the like minds. In addition, Report displays current consolidation trends with respect to prominent mergers and acquisitions, consequent Market fragmentation, new trends and dynamics in partnerships, emerging business models. This will enable the reader to comprehend whole IoT Ecosystem with utmost ease and clarity.

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