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(Post-pandemic Era)- Global Internet of Things (IoT) Security Market 2021: Inclusive Insight

Los Angeles, United States, January 2021: The report titled Global Internet of Things (IoT) Security Market is one of the most comprehensive and important additions to Alexareports archive of market research studies. It offers detailed research and analysis of key aspects of the global Internet of Things (IoT) Security market. The market analysts authoring this report have provided in-depth information on leading growth drivers, restraints, challenges, trends, and opportunities to offer a complete analysis of the global Internet of Things (IoT) Security market. Market participants can use the analysis on market dynamics to plan effective growth strategies and prepare for future challenges beforehand. Each trend of the global Internet of Things (IoT) Security market is carefully analyzed and researched about by the market analysts.

Get PDF Sample Copy of the Report to understand the structure of the complete report:(Including Full TOC, List of Tables & Figures, Chart) : https://www.alexareports.com/report-sample/1992555

List of Top Manufacturers/Key-players of Global Internet of Things (IoT) Security market growth report (2021- 2026): – Trend Micro, Advantech, IBM Corporation, Symantec Corporation, Infineon Technologies, Gemalto NV

Internet of Things (IoT) Security Market Segment by Type covers: Network Security, Endpoint Security, Application Security

Internet of Things (IoT) Security Market Segment by Application covers: Smart Manufacturing, Smart Energy and Utilities, Connected Logistics

About “Internet of Things (IoT) Security Market” Growth: 

In this report, the global Internet of Things (IoT) Security market is valued at USD XX million in 2020 and is projected to reach USD XX million by the end of 2024, growing at a CAGR of XX% during the period 2020 to 2024.


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Android phones still need Internet security


Trend Micro Internet Security for Android Transcript:

With all the personal information stored on your mobile devices, it’s more important than ever to have protection against dangerous websites, viruses and malicious apps that try to steal your data.

Let’s have a look at how Mobile Security for Android from Trend Micro can help to keep you and your devices secure.

First up, there’s the Pre-installation Scan feature. This checks any app that you’re about to install to make sure it’s safe – before it goes onto your device.

Pay Guard Mobile provides increased protections for your finance and shopping apps.

Then there’s Web Guard, which looks for dangerous websites not only when you’re using a web browser, but for other apps that access the internet.

If, like me, you can’t keep up with the ever-changing privacy settings of social media, Mobile Security for Android can check your Facebook and Twitter accounts for you. 

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Got kids? You can control access to websites and even apps on their devices. And if you use public networks, Wi-Fi Checker is a must for verifying the security of your connection. You can download Trend Micro’s Mobile Security for Android from the Google Play Store, and try it for free for a few days.  

Buying the app comes with the benefit of Lost Device Protection, which can help you find your phone or tablet, or remotely wipe it. And that’s great for peace of mind.

We’ve posted more videos about staying safe online

For how to protect your personal details from being sold on the dark web, click here.
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Investors continue to support consumer internet companies


More than 10 start-ups across sectors ranging from beauty to payments turned unicorn in 2020 against nine in 2019.More than 10 start-ups across sectors ranging from beauty to payments turned unicorn in 2020 against nine in 2019.

Notwithstanding the disruption caused by the pandemic, Indian consumer internet companies continued to win the support of investors in 2020, raising a little over $8 billion, data sourced from market research firm Tracxn showed.

Companies had attracted investments worth about $11.21 billion in 2019.

The food-tech and ed-tech segments were the clear winners, as demand from home-bound consumers soared, cornering bulk of the investments. Zomato closed a $660-million financing round backed by 10 new investors at a post-money valuation of $3.9 billion while rival Swiggy raked in about $156 million in two tranches.

Ed-tech player Byju’s alone secured more than $1 billion from investors; Unacademy, Eruditus and Vedantu collectively bagged over $500 million in funding.

More than 10 start-ups across sectors ranging from beauty to payments turned unicorn in 2020 against nine in 2019. In fact, an estimated 65-70% of the investors who had placed their bets on the sector in 2019 invested again in 2020. Separately, B2B internet firms raised close to a billion dollars in 2020 compared with $3.56 billion in 2019, the data showed.

The spate of fundraises in a pandemic year is not surprising given that Covid-19 has only expedited consumers’ adoption of digital platforms. At the end of 2020, India had about 570 million active internet users against about 480 million in 2019, according to Counterpoint Research. As more users came online, companies needed to spend less on customer acquisition.

“In certain sectors such as ed-tech, health-tech, groceries, fin-tech, it became relatively easy to grow at a lower cost,” Atit Danak, principal and head of CoNXT at Zinnov, said.

Firms have also been quick to branch out to other segments, broadening their revenue streams — for instance PhonePe launched a slew of financial products focused on consumers while recently Dailyhunt forayed into the short-video space with Josh. “There is a limit in terms of how much Arpus can grow and many a time unlocking more markets provides a better return on capital invested,” Danak pointed out.

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