Asia Pacific IoT Security Market By [Types (Network IoT Security, Cloud IoT Security, Wireless IoT Security, Application IoT Security, & Endpoint IoT Security), Solutions [IAM, IDS/IPS, Data Loss Protection, DDoS Protection, Unified Threat Management, Risk & Vulnerability Management, Encryption, & Others), Services (Consulting Services, Managed Security Services, & Integration Services), Verticals ( BFSI, Government, Retail, Healthcare, IT & Telecom, Utility Sector, & Others), and Countries (China, India, Japan, ANZ, South Korea, Southeast Asia, & Others)]-Regional Drivers, Opportunities, Trends, and Forecasts to 2023

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Internet of Things (IoT) has turn out to be a chief requirement for the verticals such as IT & telecom, retail, BFSI, healthcare, and government due to its innovations and easy to adopt nature. IoT has its share of challenges which arise mainly due to the security concerns. To overcome this security hassle, business organizations are hugely investing for the betterment of solutions for IoT security. At present, Asia Pacific is the most attractive region for the adoption of IoT due to smart city projects being built in the region.

Market Analysis:

The “Asia Pacific IoT Security Market” is estimated to witness a CAGR of 38.4% during the forecast period 2017–2023. The market is analyzed by types, solutions, services, verticals, and countries. Implementing IoT security could help to avoid risks, attacks & threats and ensures safe & secure zone for the organizations. Rising internet dependent population, government initiatives, rising FDI, and economic growth are few of the factors making Asia Pacific an emerging market for players present or planning to enter the market.

Country Analysis:

According to the country level analysis, the report is segmented into China, India, Japan, ANZ, Southeast Asia, South Korea, and others. China is set to be the leading country for the APAC IoT Security market growth followed by Japan for the Identity & Access Management (IAM) adoption. India and ANZ are known for improvements in industries and project & programs by the governments of emerging countries. Southeast Asia and South Korea are growing fast due to the biggest penetration market for the IoT devices and are expected to cross together $3 billion, by 2023.

Vertical Analysis:

The major verticals covered in the report are BFSI, retail, healthcare, IT & telecom, government, utility sector, and others. The leading players in the market are showing interest towards IoT security. The technology is already being incorporated and is widely used in all the major verticals. BFSI, healthcare, and retail are set to be the leading verticals after government and IT & telecom.

Key Players:

Symantec Corp., McAfee LLC, IBM Corp., Cisco Systems, Inc., Oracle Corp., FireEye, Inc., Gemalto NV, Trend Micro Inc., Dell Security, Infineon Technologies AG, Stormshield, and Accenture Plc.

Competitive Analysis:

The IoT security market consists of many players, a few of them quite big as well. Most of the market is acquired by security players such as Cisco, McAfee, IBM, Oracle, Symantec Corp., FireEye, and Gemalto. The market will witness a huge competition in the next 3–5 years as a lot of SMEs are entering the market with strong portfolio, challenging the big security players. Mergers & acquisition play a major role as small companies are turning into targets by cyber security organizations. Although the market is now being ruled by large organizations, the scope of the market is tremendous, offering the opportunity to other small players to have their own brand value and secure a small portion of the share. The service providers also play a major role as they have their core competency of services into other organizations.


The report provides an in-depth analysis of the Asia Pacific IoT Security market aiming to bring down the operational cost for the enterprises. The report provides a detailed analysis of the APAC IoT Security market in terms of types, solutions, services, verticals, and countries. With that, key stakeholders can know about the major trends, drivers, investments, and vertical player’s initiatives towards the IoT Security adoption in the upcoming years. On the other hand, the report provides details about the major challenges that are going to impact the market growth. Furthermore, the report gives the complete details about the key business opportunities to key stakeholders to expand their business and capture the revenue in the market. This will help the key stakeholders to analyze before investing or expanding the business in this market.

1     Industry Outlook 

1.1        Industry Overview

1.2        Industry Trends

1.3        PEST Analysis

2     Report Outline 

2.1        Report Scope

2.2        Report Summary

2.3        Research Methodology

2.4        Report Assumptions

3     Market Snapshot

3.1        Total Addressable Market (TAM)

3.2        Segmented Addressable Market (SAM)

3.3        Related Markets

3.3.1     Cyber Security in Asia Pacific

3.3.2     Homeland Security in Asia Pacific

4     Market Outlook 

4.1        Overview

4.2        Market Trends

4.3        Market Definition

4.4        Market Segmentation

4.5        IoT Security Architecture

4.6        IoT Security Value Chain

4.7        Secure IoT Framework

4.8        IoT Security Concerns

4.9        Security Measures to Enable IoT

4.10     Porter 5 (Five) Forces

5     Market Characteristics

5.1        Market Dynamics

5.1.1     Drivers    Rise in security threats    Digitalization initiatives    Huge investment in IoT security solution    Development of smart cities

5.1.2     Restraints    Intense vendor competition in Asia Pacific    Increase in operational cost    Regulatory compliance

5.1.3     Opportunities    Increasing demand for cloud security    Managed security service providers    Opportunity for video service providers (VSPs)

5.1.4     DRO – Impact Analysis

6     IoT Security Types: Market size and Analysis

6.1        Overview

6.2        Network IoT Security

6.3        Cloud IoT Security

6.4        Wireless IoT Security

6.5        Application IoT Security

6.6        Endpoint IoT Security

7     Solutions: Market Size and Analysis

7.1        Overview

7.2        Identity & Access Management

7.3        Instruction Detection System and Instruction Prevention System

7.4        Data Loss Protection

7.5        DDoS Protection

7.6        Unified Threat Management

7.7        Risk & Vulnerability Management

7.8        Encryption

7.9        Others

8     Services: Market Size and Analysis

8.1        overview

8.2        Consulting Services

8.3        Managed Security Service

8.4        Integration Services

9     Verticals: Market Size and Analysis

9.1        Overview

9.2        BFSI

9.2.1     Drivers for BFSI IoT security

9.3        Government

9.3.1     Drivers for government IoT security

9.4        Retail

9.4.1     Drivers for retail IoT security

9.5        Healthcare

9.5.1     Drivers for healthcare IoT security

9.6        IT & Telecom

9.6.1     Drivers for IT & Telecom IoT Security

9.7        Utility sector

9.7.1     Drivers for utilities IoT Security

9.8        Others

10   Countries: Market Size and Analysis

10.1     Overview

10.2     IoT security market in India

10.3     IoT security market in China

10.4     IoT security market in Japan

10.5     IoT security market in ANZ

10.6     IoT security market in Southeast Asia

10.7     IoT security market in South Korea

10.8     Others

11   Competitive Landscape 

11.1     Vendor Assessment

11.1.1  McAfee

11.1.2  Cisco

11.1.3  Symantec

11.1.4  IBM

11.1.5  FireEye

11.2     Other Predominant Players

12   Vendor Profiles

12.1     Cisco

12.1.1  Overview

12.1.2  Business Unit

12.1.3  Geographic Revenue

12.1.4  Business Focus

12.1.5  SWOT Analysis

12.1.6  Business Strategy

12.2     Symantec Corp.

12.2.1  Overview

12.2.2  Business Unit

12.2.3  Geographic Revenue

12.2.4  Business Focus

12.2.5  SWOT Analysis

12.2.6  Business Strategy

12.3     McAfee LLC

12.3.1  overview

12.3.2  Business Unit

12.3.3  Geographic Presence

12.3.4  Business Focus

12.3.5  SWOT Analysis

12.3.6  Business Strategy

12.4     Oracle

12.4.1  Overview

12.4.2  Business Unit

12.4.3  Geographic Revenue

12.4.4  Business Focus

12.4.5  SWOT Analysis

12.4.6  Business Strategy

12.5     IBM

12.5.1  Overview

12.5.2  Business Unit

12.5.3  Geographic Revenue

12.5.4  Business Focus

12.5.5  SWOT Analysis

12.5.6  Business Strategy

13   Global Generalist

13.1     FireEye, Inc.

13.1.1  Overview

13.1.2  FireEye, Inc. Market

13.1.3  FireEye, Inc. in IoT Security

13.2     Gemalto NV

13.2.1  Overview

13.2.2  Gemalto NV Market

13.2.3  Gemalto NV in IoT Security

13.3     Trend Micro Incorporated.

13.3.1  Overview

13.3.2  Trend Micro Market

13.3.3  Trend Micro in IoT Security

13.4     Accenture

13.4.1  Overview

13.4.2  Accenture Market

13.4.3  Accenture in IoT Security

13.5     Stormshield

13.5.1  Overview

13.5.2  Stormshield Market

13.5.3  Stormshield in IoT Security

13.6     Infineon Technologies AG

13.6.1  Overview

13.6.2  Infineon Technologies Market

13.6.3  Infineon Technologies in IoT Security

13.7     Dell Security

13.7.1  Overview

13.7.2  Dell Market

13.7.3  Dell in IoT Security





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