Cyber Security Innovations in the Connected World

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Seamless connectivity between devices anywhere, anytime, in any condition is the goal behind the concept of IoT. Connected ecosystem will leverage the connectivity of devices for information sources thereby helping in more accurate analysis of data coming from different sources and improving productivity for the organizations and individual. However, with the connected infrastructure, security is one of the key concern that is hindering wide-spread IoT adoption globally.

Traditional security solutions are developed on the concept of securing a single device for a specific application sector. However, for a connected ecosystem, where variety of devices are connected together and are not restricted to the organization network only, traditional security solutions fail to provide the comprehensive protection across the various layers of the network. This demands for a more all-in-one package security solution that can analyze every single node of the connected network and also offer the flexibility to be used across any application sectors for optimal interoperability.

This research service identifies the key technology development areas within cyber security ecosystem and also highlights the loop holes within key sectors that could be compromised due to lack of a comprehensive security solution in place.

In brief, this research service provides the following:

A brief snapshot of the benefits of connected ecosystem
Key challenges with security faced by organizations in a connected ecosystem
Key areas of technology innovation for the connected ecosystem security
Primary attack surfaces within the key sectors
Key innovations facilitating security specific to key sectors
Major standardization activities and alliances enhancing security for key sectors

Table of Contents

1.0 Executive Summary1.1 Research Scope1.2 Research Methodology1.3 Key Findings2.0 Overview of the Topic2.1 Overview of Connected Ecosystem 2.2 Security Hindering the Adoption2.3 Key Pillars of Implementing Security2.4 Innovations in Securing Cloud Access2.5 Innovations in Cross Platform Data Representation2.6 Innovations in Endpoint Authentication2.7 Innovations in Real-time Monitoring3.0 Connected Ecosystem Security Landscape and Innovations3.1 Data Intensive Sectors Demanding Security3.2 Key Security Focus Areas in Transportation 3.3 Key Participants Motivated toward Transportation Security3.4 Standardization and Alliance Facilitating Transportation Security 3.5 Key Security Focus Areas in Healthcare3.6 Key Participants Motivated toward Healthcare Security3.7 Standardization and Alliance Facilitating Healthcare Security 3.8 Key Security Focus Areas in Energy3.9 Key Participants Motivated toward Energy Security3.10 Policies and Standardization Facilitating Energy Security 3.11 Key Security Focus Areas in Manufacturing3.12 Key Participants Motivated toward Manufacturing Security3.13 Policies and Standardization Facilitating Manufacturing Security 4.0 Analyst Insights4.1 Analyst Insights5.0 Key Contacts5.1 Key Contacts5.1 Key Contacts (Continued)Legal Disclaimer6.0 The Frost & Sullivan Story6.1 The Frost & Sullivan Story6.2 Value Proposition: Future of Your Company & Career6.3 Global Perspective6.4 Industry Convergence6.5 360º Research Perspective6.6 Implementation Excellence6.7 Our Blue Ocean Strategy

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