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適合家電 & 家庭自動化的內建式 & IoT安全:供應商拼命在一個屋頂下維持便利性、成本、安全

Embedded & IoT Security for Consumer Electronics & Home Automation: Vendors Struggle to Maintain Convenience, Cost and Security Under One Roof

出版商 VDC Research Group, Inc. 商品編碼 355183
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 31 Pages; 10 Exhibits
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適合家電 & 家庭自動化的內建式 & IoT安全:供應商拼命在一個屋頂下維持便利性、成本、安全 Embedded & IoT Security for Consumer Electronics & Home Automation: Vendors Struggle to Maintain Convenience, Cost and Security Under One Roof
出版日期: 2016年02月29日 內容資訊: 英文 31 Pages; 10 Exhibits
簡介

本報告以家電及家庭自動化的內建式安全、IoT安全為主題,提供市場概要,法規與規格,競爭情形,家電設備用安全、隱私設計的OEM、供應商的態度,及內建式工程師考慮的設備使用法及其他異構網路設備、家庭自動化網關的整合方法等調查分析。

關於本調查

目錄

摘要整理

簡介:IoT的外表

全球市場概要

  • 家電的保證
  • 近幾年的發展
  • Open Connectivity Foundation (OCF) 的落成
  • SHODAN:IoT的搜尋引擎

法規、規格

  • 重要的代理店
    • 家庭自動化法規的缺乏
    • 試驗性的醫療穿戴式法規
  • 工程師的意見

競爭情形:連接性 & 平台

  • 穿戴式
  • 家庭自動化、娛樂
    • AllSeen Alliance
    • Amazon Echo & Dash
    • Apple HomeKit
    • Google Nest, OnHub, Brillo, and Weave
    • The Z-Wave Alliance
    • The ZigBee Alliance

OEM用戶的圖表

  • 低的公司內部ROI帶來低的安全
  • 小型的異構網路需要堅固的網關

附錄:定義

  • 內建式設備
  • IoT特有服務
  • 內建式安全軟體

關於VDC Research

目錄

Consumers interact with their electronics in some of the most personal and private settings of their lives. Adding secure connectivity to devices that sit in their homes or on their bodies, while mitigating cost and time to market pressures, is proving to be a serious challenge for vendors and OEMs alike. In addition, connected consumer electronics are reshaping product lifecycles and revenue streams, forcing vendors to adapt their traditional business models. This report explores these issues and includes survey data regarding OEM and engineer attitudes toward the safety and security of connected consumer electronics.

What questions are addressed?

  • Who are the main players battling for a dominant IoT communications standard, and who is winning?
  • How are vendors tailoring new business and security models to address the splintered market?
  • How is the regulatory landscape changing to address the sensitive consumer data collected, stored, and analyzed by consumer electronics devices?
  • What are OEM and vendor attitudes towards security and privacy design for consumer electronics devices?
  • How do embedded engineers see their devices being used and integrated with other heterogeneous devices and home automation gateways?

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ABOUT THE AUTHORS

Roy Murdock has a passion for new technologies of all sorts. His work experience in Afghanistan and Ghana has exposed him to a range of challenging and unconventional business environments in emerging markets. Roy's research background includes data-backed product management plans and comprehensive reports on bleeding edge technologies, such as virtual currencies.

Steve Hoffenberg is a leading industry analyst and market research professional for Internet of Things technology. He has more than two decades of experience in market research and product management for technology products and services. Prior to joining VDC, he spent 10 years as Director of Consumer Imaging and Consumer Electronics Research at the firm Lyra Research, where he led industry advisory services providing extensive market research on consumer technology trends, user adoption, market sizing, marketing strategy, and competitive analysis for major consumer electronics manufacturers. Previously, he worked in product management for electronic design companies that developed and licensed embedded digital imaging and audio products. Steve holds an M.S. degree from the Rochester Institute of Technology and a B.A. degree from the University of Vermont.

Chris Rommel is responsible for syndicated research and consulting engagements focused on development and deployment solutions for intelligent systems. He has helped a wide variety of clients respond to and capitalize on the leading trends impacting next-generation device markets, such as security, the Internet of Things, and M2M connectivity, as well as the growing need for system-level lifecycle management solutions. Chris has also led a range of proprietary consulting projects, including competitive analyses, strategic marketing initiative support, ecosystem development strategies, and vertical market opportunity assessments. Chris holds a B.A. in Business Economics and a B.A. in Public and Private Sector Organization from Brown University.

Table of Contents

Inside This Report

  • What questions are addressed?
  • Who should read this report?
  • Vendors Listed in this Report

Table of Contents

Executive Summary

  • Key Findings

Introduction: The Face of the IoT

  • Definitions & Scope

Global Market Overview

  • Exhibit 1: Common Embedded Consumer Electronics Device Applications
  • Exhibit 2: Worldwide Revenue for IoT-Specific Services, 2014-2019 (Billions of Dollars)
  • Securing Consumer Electronics
  • Exhibit 3: Worldwide Revenue for Embedded Security Software, 2014-2019 (Millions of Dollars)
  • Recent Developments
  • Launch of the Open Connectivity Foundation
  • Shodan - Search Engine for the IoT

Regulations & Standards

  • Exhibit 4: Inclusion of Safety-Critical Regulatory Requirements (i.e. ARINC 653, DO-178B, ISO26262) in the Current Project (Percent of Respondents)
  • Important Agencies
    • Lack of Home Automation Regulation
    • Tentative Medical Wearable Regulation
  • Engineer Sentiment
  • Exhibit 5: Importance of Security in the Current Project (Percent of Respondents)
  • Exhibit 6: Reason Why Security is Not “Important” in the Current Project (Percent of Respondents)
  • Exhibit 7: Deployment of IoT-Capable Products & Applications by Respondent's Organization (Percent of Respondents)

Competitive Landscape - Connectivity & Platforms

  • Wearables
  • Home Automation & Entertainment
    • AllSeen Alliance
    • Amazon Echo & Dash
    • Apple HomeKit
    • Google Nest, OnHub, Brillo, and Weave
    • The Z-Wave Alliance
    • The ZigBee Alliance

OEM User Exhibits

  • Exhibit 8: Biggest Impact of IoT/M2M on Business Models (Percent of Respondents)
  • Low In-house ROI Leads to Low Security
  • Smaller, Heterogeneous Networks Require Tough Gateways
  • Exhibit 9: Expected Number of Endpoints/Devices that will be Supported by the IoT Gateways Purchased/Integrated/Used by Respondent Company (Percent of Respondents)

Appendix: Definitions

  • Embedded Devices
  • IoT-Specific Services
  • Embedded Security Software

VDC Research

  • About the Authors
  • About VDC Research
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