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市場調查報告書

IoT安全的隱性成本

Hidden Cost of IoT Security: OEMs' In-House Spend

出版商 VDC Research Group, Inc. 商品編碼 624538
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 21 Pages; 230 Exhibits
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IoT安全的隱性成本 Hidden Cost of IoT Security: OEMs' In-House Spend
出版日期: 2018年03月31日 內容資訊: 英文 21 Pages; 230 Exhibits
簡介

本報告提供看不見的IoT安全的成本 - OEM的組織內勞工費用的相關調查,目前資源分配策略、預測評價,IoT、嵌入式工程師,決策者,及影響者為對象的年度調查的資料。

目錄

  • 調查概要
  • 摘要整理
  • 全球市場概要
    • 組織內安全勞工費用概要
    • 分析:各產業
    • 分析:各作用
  • 圖表
  • 關於VDC Research
目錄

What questions are addressed?

  • How important is security to OEMs across the embedded industries?
  • What is the size of the market for embedded security in-house labor spend, and how fast is it growing?
  • In what ways are embedded engineering roles changing as organizations try to minimize security threats?
  • What investments are OEMs making now to address security in new software and system development projects?
  • Which vertical markets are the fastest growing for embedded security labor expenditures?

Table of Contents

  • Inside This Report
  • Executive Summary
  • Global Market Overview
    • Overview of OEM In-House Security Labor Spend
    • Analysis by Industry
    • Analysis by Role
  • Additional Exhibits
  • About VDC Research

list of report exhibits

  • Exhibit 1 Worldwide Embedded In-House Labor Spend
  • Exhibit 2 Worldwide Embedded In-House Engineering Labor Spend Through 2021
  • Exhibit 3 Worldwide Embedded Security-Focused In-House Labor Spend Through 2021
  • Exhibit 4 Importance of Security in Current Project
  • Exhibit 5 Actions Organization has Taken in Response to Security Requirements
  • Exhibit 6 Worldwide Embedded Security-Focused In-House Labor Spend, Segmented by Vertical Market; 2017-2021
  • Exhibit 7 Proportion of Engineering Labor Cost Associated with Security, Segmented by Vertical Market; 2017-2021
  • Exhibit 8 Types of Test Tools Used on Project
  • Exhibit 9 Portion of Time Spent on Engineering Tasks in which the Respondent is Personally Involved for the Current Project
  • Exhibit 10 Tasks where Respondent Personally Planned for/Designed, Identified, or Remediated Security Issues
  • Exhibit 11 Percent of Time Spent on Each Task Personally Planning for/Designing, Identifying, or Remediating Security Issues (when they identify a security issue)
  • Exhibit 12 Worldwide Embedded Security-Focused In-House Labor Spend, Segmented by Vertical Market; 2017-2021
  • Exhibit 13 Worldwide Embedded Security-Focused In-House Labor Spend, Segmented by Engineering Role
  • Exhibit 14 Tasks where Respondent Personally Planned for/Designed, Identified, or Remediated Security Issues
  • Exhibit 15 Percent of Time Spent on Each Task Personally Planning for/Designing, Identifying, or Remediating Security Issues
  • Exhibit 16 Worldwide Embedded Security-Focused In-House Labor Spend, Segmented by Vertical Market

list of excel exhibits

  • Exhibit 1 Types of Projects in Current Role's Purview
  • Exhibit 2 Primary Area of Expertise
  • Exhibit 3 Personal Involvement with Engineering in Project
  • Exhibit 4 Products Purchased by Respondent's Organization
  • Exhibit 5 Organization's Primary Industry
  • Exhibit 6 Number of People Working for Respondent's Organization Worldwide
  • Exhibit 7 Number of People Working for Respondent's Organization Worldwide
  • Exhibit 8 Respondent's Primary Role Within Organization
  • Exhibit 9 Respondent's Country of Residence
  • Exhibit 10 Respondent's Region of Residence
  • Exhibit 11 Industry/Vertical Market
  • Exhibit 12 Type of Aerospace & Defense Product
  • Exhibit 13 Type of Automotive In-Vehicle Product
  • Exhibit 14 Type of Communications & Networking (call center/KTS/PBX equipment, gateways, LAN equipment, modems, test and measurement equipment, etc.) Product
  • Exhibit 15 Type of Consumer Electronics Product
  • Exhibit 16 Type of Digital Security Product
  • Exhibit 17 Type of Digital Signage Product
  • Exhibit 18 Type of Energy & Utilities Product
  • Exhibit 19 Type of Gaming Product
  • Exhibit 20 Type of Industrial Automation Product
  • Exhibit 21 Type of Medical Product
  • Exhibit 22 Type of Mobile Phone Product
  • Exhibit 23 Type of Office/Business Automation Product
  • Exhibit 24 Type of Transportation Product
  • Exhibit 25 Type of Retail Automation Product
  • Exhibit 26 Type of Non-Manufacturing/Services Product
  • Exhibit 27 Capabilities or Features Included in Current Project
  • Exhibit 28 Capabilities or Features Expected for Similar Project in Three Years
  • Exhibit 29 Project's Real-Time Deadlines
  • Exhibit 30 Project's Shortest Response Deadline
  • Exhibit 31 Implementation of Software-Defined Networking (SDN) and/or Network Function Virtualization (NFV) on Current Project
  • Exhibit 32 Expected use of Software-Defined Networking (SDN) and/or Network Function Virtualization (NFV) on Similar Project in Three Years
  • Exhibit 33 Estimate of Total Project Length in Calendar Months (Time from Initial Specification to Shipment)
  • Exhibit 34 Current Project's Schedule
  • Exhibit 35 Estimate of Total Years for Which Current Product will be Manufactured Once Initial Development is Complete
  • Exhibit 36 Estimate of Product's Average Years of Useful Life Once Deployed in Field by End Customer
  • Exhibit 37 Reasons for Any Delays in Current Project
  • Exhibit 38 Engineering Tasks in which the Respondent is Personally Involved for the Current Project
  • Exhibit 39 Portion of Time Spent on Engineering Tasks in which the Respondent is Personally Involved for the Current Project
  • Exhibit 40 Tasks where Respondent Personally Planned for/Designed, Identified, or Remediated Security Issues
  • Exhibit 41 Percent of Time Spent on Each Task Personally Planning for/Designing, Identifying, or Remediating Security Issues
  • Exhibit 42 Estimated Distribution of Full-Time Engineers Working on Project
  • Exhibit 43 Estimated Number of Full-Time Engineers Employed by Respondent's Organization
  • Exhibit 44 Estimated Distribution of Full-Time Engineers Employed by Respondent's Organization
  • Exhibit 45 Estimated Total Cost of Development for the Project
  • Exhibit 46 Estimated Bill of Material (BOM) for the Project
  • Exhibit 47 Estimated Number of Units to be Shipped for the Project
  • Exhibit 48 Estimated Distribution of Development Costs on the Project
  • Exhibit 49 Estimated Distribution of Development Costs on the Project Three Years from Now
  • Exhibit 50 Estimate of the Fully-Loaded Labor Cost (including salary, benefits, overhead, etc.) for a Typical Embedded Engineer at Respondent's Location
  • Exhibit 51 Estimated Total Number of Defects or Software Patches Reported/Required per Year once Product is Deployed in Field
  • Exhibit 52 Estimated Combined IT and Engineering Time (man-hours) Required for each Patch or Defect Remediation
  • Exhibit 53 Estimated Percentage of Devices that will become Inoperable and Require Repair or Replacement each Year
  • Exhibit 54 Primary Method for Updating Devices once Deployed in Field
  • Exhibit 55 Types of Computer System Components or Sub-Systems Purchased by Organization
  • Exhibit 56 Types of Processors Used on Project
  • Exhibit 57 Types of Processors Expected to be Used on Similar Project in 3 Years
  • Exhibit 58 Primary/Application Processor Used on Project
  • Exhibit 59 Primary Processor Family/Architecture Used on Project
  • Exhibit 60 Processor Families/Architectures Considered for Project
  • Exhibit 61 Bit-Width of Architecture Used by Primary Processor on Project
  • Exhibit 62 Most Important Characteristics when Selecting Embedded Processors
  • Exhibit 63 CPU/MPU suppliers Currently Used on Project
  • Exhibit 64 MCU Suppliers Currently Used on Project
  • Exhibit 65 SoC Suppliers Currently Used on Project
  • Exhibit 66 ASSP Suppliers Currently Used on Project
  • Exhibit 67 FPGA Suppliers Currently Used on Project
  • Exhibit 68 Satisfaction with Embedded Processor Suppliers that Respondent has Purchased from
  • Exhibit 69 Most Important Product Selection Criteria (Excluding Cost) when Purchasing/Specifying CPU Boards, Blades and/or Modules
  • Exhibit 70 Architectures or Form Factors of Boards/Modules Used on Project
  • Exhibit 71 Architectures or Form Factors of Boards/Modules Expected to be Used on a Similar Project in Three Years
  • Exhibit 72 Embedded Board Vendors Currently Used on Project
  • Exhibit 73 Most Important Product Selection Criteria (Excluding Cost) when Purchasing/Specifying Embedded Computing and/or Storage Systems
  • Exhibit 74 Architectures or Form Factors Used in Embedded Computing Systems that are Purchased by Respondent's Organization on Project
  • Exhibit 75 Architectures or Form Factors in Embedded Computing Systems Expected to be Purchased by Respondent's Organization on Similar Project in Three Years
  • Exhibit 76 Motherboard Form Factors Currently Used in Organization's Systems
  • Exhibit 77 Motherboard Form Factors Expected to be Used in Organization's Systems on Similar Project in Three Years
  • Exhibit 78 COM Form Factors Currently Used in Organization's Systems
  • Exhibit 79 COM Form Factors Expected to be Used in Organization's Systems on Similar Project in Three Years
  • Exhibit 80 Types of Wired, Optical, and/or Wireless Connections Used in Systems/Services Produced by Organization
  • Exhibit 81 Types of Wired, Optical, and/or Wireless Connections Expected to be Used in Systems/ Services Produced by Organization in Three Years
  • Exhibit 82 Types of Low-Powered Wide-Area-Networks (LPWAN) Used in Systems/Services Produced by Organization
  • Exhibit 83 Types of Low-Powered Wide-Area-Networks (LPWAN) Expected to be Used in Embedded Systems/Services Produced by Organization on Similar Project in Three Years
  • Exhibit 84 Estimated Amount of Data Generated by Organization's Products on Average each Day per Device
  • Exhibit 85 Estimated Amount of Data Generated by Organization's Products on Average each Day per Device on Similar Project in Three years
  • Exhibit 86 IoT Middleware Frameworks/Platforms Used on Project
  • Exhibit 87 IoT Protocols Used on Project
  • Exhibit 88 Approximate Distance Needed for Devices to Communicate Wirelessly
  • Exhibit 89 Source of Primary Operating System Used on Previous Project
  • Exhibit 90 Source of Primary Operating System Used on Project
  • Exhibit 91 Expected Source of Primary Operating System on Similar Project in Three Years
  • Exhibit 92 Commercially Obtained, NON Open Source OS Used on Project
  • Exhibit 93 Commercially or Consortia Obtained, Open Source OS Used on Project
  • Exhibit 94 Freely and/or Publicly Available, Open Source OS Used on Project
  • Exhibit 95 Chip/Board Vendor-Supplied OS Used on Project
  • Exhibit 96 Most Important Characteristics when Selecting Primary Operating System
  • Exhibit 97 Likelihood of Using same Operating System on Similar Project in Three Years
  • Exhibit 98 Software Stack Components Required on Project
  • Exhibit 99 Software Stack Components Required on Similar Project Three Years from Now
  • Exhibit 100 Importance of Security in Project
  • Exhibit 101 Actions Organization has Taken in Response to Security Requirements
  • Exhibit 102 How Well Organization has Addressed Security Requirements
  • Exhibit 103 Primary Reason Security is Not Important for Project
  • Exhibit 104 Have any Security Vulnerabilities or Failures within Organization's Products been Exposed or Identified
  • Exhibit 105 Were any Vulnerabilities Disclosed to Customers
  • Exhibit 106 Results of Security Vulnerabilities
  • Exhibit 107 Implications of Security Vulnerabilities
  • Exhibit 108 Commercial Security Vendors Used on Project
  • Exhibit 109 Embedded Security Software Used on Project
  • Exhibit 110 Embedded Security Hardware Used on Project
  • Exhibit 111 Inclusion of PKIs in Project
  • Exhibit 112 Functions of Digital Certificates/Keys
  • Exhibit 113 Place Where Digital Certificates/Keys are Stored
  • Exhibit 114 How Digital Certificates are Provisioned
  • Exhibit 115 CA Primarily Used to Issue Digital Certificate
  • Exhibit 116 Cost Per Device of Digital Certificate
  • Exhibit 117 Types of Devices Connected to Organization's Enterprise/IT Network on Project
  • Exhibit 118 Types of Devices Connected to Organization's Enterprise/IT Network on Similar Project in Three Years
  • Exhibit 119 Do Organization's Current IT Security Policies Cover IoT Devices
  • Exhibit 120 Has Organization Enacted IT Security Policies Specifically to Cover IoT Devices
  • Exhibit 121 Will Organization Enact Specific Security Policies for IoT Devices in Three Years
  • Exhibit 122 Expected Coverage of IoT Security Solutions from Organization's IT Security Vendor
  • Exhibit 123 Types of Security Threats Organization is Concerned about for IoT Devices
  • Exhibit 124 Extent of Agreement with Following IoT Security Statements
  • Exhibit 125 Security Solutions Currently Used to Protect IoT Devices Connected to Organization's Network
  • Exhibit 126 Security Solutions Expected to be Used to Protect IoT Devices Connected to Organization's Network in Three Years
  • Exhibit 127 Commercial IT Security Vendors Currently Used by Respondent's Organization
  • Exhibit 128 Use of Security Solutions from IoT Specialist Vendors
  • Exhibit 129 Percentage of Organization's IT Security Budget Related to Security
  • Exhibit 130 Percentage of Organization's IT Security Budget Related to Commercial Security Software/ Services
  • Exhibit 131 Percentage of Organization's IT Security Budget Related to Security on a Similar Project in Three Years
  • Exhibit 132 Person Responsible for Selection and Purchase of Enterprise Security Solutions
  • Exhibit 133 Types of Tools Used on Project
  • Exhibit 134 Types of Tools Used on Similar Project in Three Years
  • Exhibit 135 Most Important Characteristics when Selecting Compiler Used on Project
  • Exhibit 136 Types of Compiler Purchased by Respondent's Organization
  • Exhibit 137 Compilation Tools Currently Used on Project
  • Exhibit 138 Static Analysis or SAST Tools Used on Project
  • Exhibit 139 Most Important Characteristics when Selecting SAST or Static Analysis Tool Used on Project
  • Exhibit 140 Who Makes Purchasing Decision for Static Analysis and SAST Tools
  • Exhibit 141 Dynamic Testing or DAST Tools Being Used on Project
  • Exhibit 142 Most Important Characteristics when Selecting Dynamic Testing or DAST Tools Used on Project
  • Exhibit 143 Who Makes Purchasing Decision for Dynamic Testing or DAST Tools
  • Exhibit 144 Requirements Management/Definition Tools being Used on Project
  • Exhibit 145 Most Important Characteristics when Selecting Requirements Management/Definition Tools Used on Project
  • Exhibit 146 Who Makes Purchasing Decision for Requirements Management/Definition Tools
  • Exhibit 147 Product Line Engineering (PLE) Tools Used on Project
  • Exhibit 148 Most Important Characteristics when Selecting PLE Tools Used on Project
  • Exhibit 149 Who Makes Purchasing Decision for PLE Tools
  • Exhibit 150 Release Management/Continuous Deployment Tools Used on Project
  • Exhibit 151 Most Important Characteristics when Selecting Release Management/Continuous Deployment Tools Used on Project
  • Exhibit 152 Who Makes Purchasing Decision for Release Management/Continuous Deployment Tools
  • Exhibit 153 Software Composition Analysis (SCA)/IP Compliance Tools Used on Project
  • Exhibit 154 Most Important Characteristics when Selecting SCA/IP Compliance Tools Used on Project
  • Exhibit 155 Who Makes SCA/IP Compliance Tool Purchasing Decisions
  • Exhibit 156 Organization Linking System Requirements on Project
  • Exhibit 157 Description of Organization's Requirements Engineering
  • Exhibit 158 Implementation/Investigation of ALM, PLM, EDA
  • Exhibit 159 Advantages/Benefits of Cross-Engineering Domain Integrations
  • Exhibit 160 Investigation/Implementation of Enhanced Delivery of Continuous Post-Deployment Content and Services Support
  • Exhibit 161 Approximate Cost Budgeted for all Tools Used on Project
  • Exhibit 162 Type of Prototyping Solutions Used on Project
  • Exhibit 163 Source of Prototyping Board Used on Project
  • Exhibit 164 ASIC Gate Count of Current Prototype
  • Exhibit 165 Number of FPGAs Used on Current Prototype
  • Exhibit 166 FPGA Vendors Used for Prototype Hardware on Project
  • Exhibit 167 Challenges of FPGA-based Prototyping
  • Exhibit 168 FPGA-based/Physical Prototyping Vendors Used on Project
  • Exhibit 169 Tasks for which Respondent Uses Virtual Prototyping
  • Exhibit 170 Virtual Prototyping Vendors Used on Project
  • Exhibit 171 Most Important Factors when Selecting Current Virtual Prototyping Platform
  • Exhibit 172 Team Responsible for Virtual Prototype Creation within Organization
  • Exhibit 173 Languages Used on Previous Project
  • Exhibit 174 Languages Used on Project
  • Exhibit 175 Languages Expected to be Used on Similar Project in Three Years
  • Exhibit 176 Estimated Total Source Lines of Code (SLOC) on Project
  • Exhibit 177 Percent of Total Software Code in Final Design from Following Sources
  • Exhibit 178 Expected Change in Source Lines of Code (SLOC) on Next Project: Commercial Third-Party Software
  • Exhibit 179 Expected Change in Source Lines of Code (SLOC) on Next Project: Open Source Third- Party Software
  • Exhibit 180 Expected Change in Source Lines of Code (SLOC) on Next Project: In-house Developed Code
  • Exhibit 181 Percent Increase Expected for SLOC: Commercial Third-Party Software
  • Exhibit 182 Percent Increase Expected for SLOC: Open Source Third-Party Software
  • Exhibit 183 Percent Increase Expected for SLOC: In-house Developed Code
  • Exhibit 184 Percent Decrease Expected for SLOC: Commercial Third-Party Software
  • Exhibit 185 Percent Decrease Expected for SLOC: Open Source Third-Party Software
  • Exhibit 186 Percent Decrease Expected for SLOC: In-House Developed Code
  • Exhibit 187 Percent of In-House Developed Software Code for Project from Certain Sources
  • Exhibit 188 Software Design Methodologies Used on Project
  • Exhibit 189 Software Design Methodologies Expected to be Used on Similar Project Three Years from Now
  • Exhibit 190 Certification/Process Standard(s) Adhered to
  • Exhibit 191 Adherence to Coding Standards
  • Exhibit 192 Deployment of IoT Capabilities and/or Applications into Organization's Products
  • Exhibit 193 Primary Factor Driving Respondent's Organization to Utilize/Deploy IoT Capabilities
  • Exhibit 194 IoT Will Allow Respondent's Organization to...
  • Exhibit 195 Largest Overall Challenge for Respondent's Organization in Developing IoT Solutions
  • Exhibit 196 Most Important Factors when Selecting Suppliers of IoT Components and Solutions
  • Exhibit 197 Use of IoT Cloud Services to Build Embedded/IoT Project
  • Exhibit 198 Use of IoT Cloud Services to Connect, Manage, or Analyze any of IoT Devices on Networks
  • Exhibit 199 Types of IoT Cloud Services being Used on Project
  • Exhibit 200 Types of IoT Cloud Services Expected to be Used on Similar Project in Three Years
  • Exhibit 201 Plans to Resell IoT Services as Value-Added Service
  • Exhibit 202 Types of Cloud Analytics Used for IoT Data
  • Exhibit 203 Types of Non-Cloud IoT Services Used to Support Customers on Project
  • Exhibit 204 IoT Cloud Platforms-as-a-Service (PaaS) Used in Project
  • Exhibit 205 IoT Cloud Platforms-as-a-Service (PaaS) Used on a Similar Project Three Years from Now
  • Exhibit 206 IoT Platform Functions Used on Project
  • Exhibit 207 IoT Platform Functions Expected to be Used on Similar Project in Three Years
  • Exhibit 208 Purchase/Use and Creation/Integration of IoT Gateways
  • Exhibit 209 Future Plans to Purchase/Integrate IoT Gateways
  • Exhibit 210 Expected Sourcing of Gateway Technology
  • Exhibit 211 Expected Number of Endpoints/Devices that will be Supported by the IoT Gateways Purchased/Used/Integrated by Respondent's Company
  • Exhibit 212 Most Important Requirements when Selecting Embedded Connectivity Products for IoT Gateways Purchased/Used/Integrated by Respondent's Company
  • Exhibit 213 Types of Other Devices/Systems IoT Gateways Designed to Connect to in Project
  • Exhibit 214 Percent of Overall Computation being Done at each Level of Full System
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