IoT security spend to reach US$6bn by 2023, growing 300% from 2018

A new study from Juniper Research has found that spending on IoT (Internet of Things) cybersecurity solutions is set to reach more than US$6 billion (€5.14 billion) globally by 2023. The report points to rapid growth, and forecasts that spending by product and service providers (in consumer markets) and end-customers (in industrial and public services markets)

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IoT connections to grow 140% to hit 50bn by 2022, as edge computing accelerates ROI, according to Juniper Research

New data from Juniper Research has revealed that the total number of connected IoT (Internet of Things) sensors and devices is set to exceed 50 billion by 2022, up from an estimated 21 billion in 2018.

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Digital transformation and IoT to drive cybersecurity spend to $134bn annually by 2022, says Juniper Research

New data from Juniper Research has found that global business spend on cybersecurity solutions will grow by 33% over the next 4 years, reaching $134 billion (€108.08 billion) annually by 2022.

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Fully-automated roboadvisors to manage nearly $1tn assets by 2022, says Juniper Research

New data from Juniper Research has found that roboadvisors (digital wealth management platforms) under full control of AI systems will reach $987 billion per annum in AUM (assets under management) by 2022.

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Smart grids to save city dwellers $14bn in energy costs by 2022, says Juniper Research

New data from Juniper Research has found that the development of smart grids linked to smart cities will result in citizens saving $14 billion (€11.67 billion) per annum in energy bills by 2022. This is up from the $3.4 billion (€2.83 billion) saving estimated for 2017, resulting from smart metre rollouts, energy-saving policies and sensing

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Juniper Research: Online payment fraud detection spend to reach $9.3 billion by 2022

A new study from Juniper Research has found that spending on online FDP (fraud detection and prevention) solutions is set to rise to $9.3 billion by 2022, an increase of 22% over this year’s anticipated spend.

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More than 10% of US households will have robot housekeepers by 2020, says Juniper Research

New findings from Juniper Research have revealed that more than 1 in 10 American households will own a housekeeping robot by 2020, with global unit shipments reaching 48 million in 2020, up from 15.7 million this year.

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IoT botnets present ‘Unmanageable’ cyber security risk, warns Juniper Research

New data from Juniper Research has found that the consumer IoT (Internet of Things) installed base will reach over 15 billion units by 2021, an increase of 120% over 2016.

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Scale brings complexity as IoT connected devices set to triple by 2021, exceeding 46bn units

New data from Juniper Research has found that the number of connected IoT (Internet of Things) devices, sensors and actuators will reach over 46 billion in 2021.

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Online purchases via Apple Pay and Android Pay to reach US$8bn by 2018

New findings from Juniper Research claim that the value of digital and physical goods purchased through mobile ‘OS-Pay’ platforms will increase by fifteen times in the next two years.

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Smart cities to ease traffic congestion, saving 4.2bn man-hours per year by 2021

Juniper Research has found that smart traffic management and smart parking initiatives, will save some 4.2 billion man-hours annually by 2021 – equivalent to each city driver saving nearly an entire working day per year.

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Juniper Research announces Technology & Innovation winners of Future Digital Awards 2016

The winners of this year’s Future Digital Awards for Technology & Innovation were announced.

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Robots to reside in more than 10% of US households by 2020, finds Juniper Research

New data from Juniper Research has forecast that over 1 in 10 American households will own a consumer robot by the end of the decade, up from under 1 in 25 this year. At this early stage in the market, shipments are expected to be dominated by so-called ‘task’ oriented robots assigned to take over

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