Artificial Intelligence Market in IoT Security and Fraud Prevention 2017 – 2022 – Research and Markets

DUBLIN–()–Research and Markets has introduced the addition of the “Artificial Intelligence in IoT Security and Fraud Prevention 2017 – 2022” report back to their providing.

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is quickly changing into built-in into many facets of communication, purposes, content material, and commerce. The Internet of Things (IoT) is a very necessary space for AI as a way for safeguarding property, decreasing fraud, and supporting analytics and automated choice making. One of the key issues is unlawful seize and commerce of IoT knowledge which incorporates customers’ actions and information corresponding to private well being, monetary data, location, and asset data corresponding to private automobiles.

This report evaluates the applied sciences, market alternatives, and outlook for AI-primarily based safety in IoT. The report consists of evaluation of AI in particular IoT deployment situations corresponding to Fog Computing architectures. The report gives forecasting for 2017 to 2022.

Key Topics Covered:

1 Introduction

1.1 Scope of Study

1.2 Target Audience

1.three Companies in Report

2 Executive Summary

three Overview

three.1 Cyber Security

three.2 Ramification of Cyber Security Threats

three.three Internet of Things

three.four General IoT Security Concerns

three.5 IoT Security Focus Areas

three.6 Distributed IoT: Fog Computing

three.7 Specific Security Concerns with Fog Computing

four Security Solutions in IoT

four.1 Challenges in Developing Security Solutions for IoT

four.2 Solution Areas for Securing IoT

four.three General Steps to Secure IoT

four.four General IoT Security Measures

four.5 IoT Security Issues that Drive the Need for AI

5 AI-primarily based IoT Security Solution Forecasts

5.1 Global AI primarily based Security Solutions in IoT Forecasts 2017 – 2022

5.2 Regional AI primarily based Security Solutions in IoT Forecasts 2017 – 2022

6 Security Companies Evaluated

6.1 ARM Holdings

6.2 Attivo Networks

6.three Bastille

6.four Black Duck Software

6.5 Check Point Software Technologies

6.6 Cisco Systems

6.7 Cylance

6.eight IBM Corporation

6.9 Infineon Technologies AG

6.10 Intel Security Group (McAfee)

6.11 Inside Secure SA

6.12 Mocana

6.13 Neustar

6.14 Overwatch

6.15 Spirent Security

6.16 Symantec

6.17 Trend Micro

6.18 BeliefPoint IT

6.19 Wedge Networks

6.20 Wurldtech Security Technologies

7 Conclusions and Recommendations

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