00112 Bus The SCCISP Certification is an IoT Security Institute (IoTSI) educational initiative delivered via the SCCISP Campus designed to provide certification courses that offer academic acknowledgement, and industry-recognized credentialed career pathways for individuals working within or looking to develop a cyber career, within the Smart Technology and Critical Infrastructure sectors.  

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Why the growing demand for Smart Cyber Certified Professionals?        

Industry and Government are seeking the next generation of trained cyber professionals with the smart cyber skills to address emerging and future cyber security challenges.

Industry forecasts predict demand for skilled Smart Cyber professionals will easily outweigh supply. In response, the SCCISP Campus provides industry professionals with the next generation of  smart cyber skills to address these emerging cyber industry trends.       

Individuals who can work at the Smart City, Critical Infrastructure and Industry 4.0 level are in increasing demand and highly sort after. The shortage of such qualified professionals is reflected in rewarding career development opportunities, and the increased salaries offered for suitably qualified "Smart Cyber" professionals.Earning a SCCISP Certification proves you have the necessary skills to competently & securely design, implement and manage Internet of Things Smart Ecosystems.


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IoT  Security Market Size & Share Analysis - Growth Trends & Forecasts (2023 - 2028)


 IoT Security Market Size

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 IoT Security Market Analysis

The IoT Security Market size is expected to grow from USD 4.94 billion in 2023 to USD 20.98 billion by 2028, at a CAGR of 33.53% during the forecast period (2023-2028).

The emerging applications and business models, coupled with the falling device costs, have been driving the adoption rate of IoT, which is, consequently, influencing the number of connected devices, such asconnected cars, machines, meters, wearable, and consumer electronics.

  • Increasing dependency on the connected devices is creating the need to keep the connected device secure. According to Ericsson, it is estimated that nearly 400 million IoT devices, with cellular connections in 2016, are projected to reach 1.5 billion by 2022. This robust growth is expected to be driven by the increased industry focus on deploying a connected ecosystem and the standardization of 3GPP cellular IoT technologies.

Source: https://www.mordorintelligence.com/industry-reports/iot-security-market