The market research study on cyber security in the robotics market from the ESOMAR-certified market research and consultancy organization comprises an industry analysis from 2014 to 2021 and an opportunity evaluation from 2022 to 2029. According to the analysis, the robot market's cyber security value will reach $3.5 billion in 2022.
The paper looks at network security in the robot sector and offers valuable insights. Furthermore, the market for network security solutions is expected to grow significantly in security in the coming years due to a variety of factors, including increased demand for cloud security in robotics, increased use of machine learning and artificial intelligence in cyber defense, and increased information and data protection.
Some security challenges in robotics have been created by insecure communication, authentication issues, inadequate default setup, denial of service assaults, risks and vulnerabilities, and privacy concerns. As a result, there is a growing demand for network security solutions and services in robotics to prevent robots from being hacked, to monitor vulnerabilities, prevent data manipulation, and prevent unauthorized access.
According to market intelligence assessments, authentication solutions are predicted to provide $1.6 billion in the incremental potential for robot network security between 2021 and 2029. Furthermore, owing to the overloading of online services prone to DOS assaults, denial of service prevention solutions are projected to have significant adoption rates during the projection period. Furthermore, the globe is experiencing tremendous expansion in information security, human security, and data protection, which opens up prospective growth prospects for robot market players' cyber security.
Artificial intelligence and machine learning are being used in a variety of fields and applications, including robotics network security. These technologies are used to detect network risks by analyzing data and identifying dangers, and then exploiting security flaws in robot data. Machine learning is also a priority area for cyber security businesses in the robot sector since it allows robots to identify risks and detect anomalous behavior more effectively. Artificial intelligence and machine learning are also used to discover and track active internet fishing sources.
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