World USB and One-Time-Password Authentication Markets

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The Hardware Authentication study will evaluate the Global Hardware Authentication device markets bench-marking 2005’s hardware authentication device market's revenue. The hardware authentication market is currently comprised of One Time Passwords (OTP) and Universal Serial Bus (USB) form factor tokens and hybrid tokens that use a combination of OTP and USB functionality. Additionally, smart cards are mentioned in the study due to their incorporation in USB and hybrid tokens.

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World USB and One-Time-Password Authentication Markets, Executive SummaryIntroductionExecutive SummaryKey Findings and ConclusionsKey Findings and ConclusionsWorld USB and One-Time-Password Authentication Markets, Total Hardware Authentication Devices MarketMarket Overview and Drivers & RestraintsMarket Overview and DefinitionsMarket DriversMarket RestraintsIndustry ChallengesRevenue Forecasts and TrendsMarket Engineering MeasurementsTotal World Hardware Authentication Devices MarketOTP Tokens SegmentUSB Authentication Tokens SegmentImpact of Smart Cards in the Hardware Authentication Devices MarketMarket TrendsApplication TrendsVertical Market TrendsTrends by Geographic RegionDistribution Channel TrendsPricing TrendsTechnology TrendsForm FactorsAuthentication MethodsStandards Support and Encryption AlgorithmsManaged Authentication ServicesFraud Detection And Analysis ServicesAlternative Authentication TechnologiesLegislative TrendsHealth Insurance Portability and Accountability ActGramm-Leach-Bliley ActGovernment Information Security Reform ActComputer Security Enhancement Act of 2001California's Information Practices Act (Senate Bill 1386)U.S. PATRIOT ActSarbanes-Oxley ActHomeland Security Presidential Directive 12European Legislation – Data Privacy RegulationsFDA Title 21 Code of Federal Regulations (21 CFR Part 11) Electronic Records; Electronic SignaturesBasel II NormsU.S. Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC) Regulation for Two-factor AuthenticationCertification TrendsFederal Information Processing Standard (FIPS) 140-2Common CriteriaFederal Information Processing Standard (FIPS) 201U.S. Government Smart Card Interoperability Specification Version 2.1Product AnalysisIndustry ParticipantsVendor Product OfferingsClient/Server Products Competitive AnalysisCompetitive StructureOne-Time Password Generating Tokens Segment Market Share AnalysisUSB Authentication Tokens Segment Market Share AnalysisOne-Time Password Generating Tokens Segment Competitive AnalysisUSB Authentication Tokens Segment Competitive Analysis




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Release Date : 08-Dec-17

Region : Global

Release Date : 08-Dec-17

Region : Global

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