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Global Secure USB Token Market 2010

NEW YORK, Dec. 31, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:

Global Secure USB Token Market 2010

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Executive Summary

End users have become accustomed to both smart card security, and the USB token form factor. It has taken years for the industry to merge them, and to develop secure USB tokens, bringing the security of smart cards in a form factor familiar to PC users.

Secure USB tokens are used in a variety of market segments:

Secure mass storage brings users high mass storage capacities, along with security,

Enterprise security allows IT managers to run a global security policy, by equipping employees with secure USB tokens,

Online banking provides security in internet banking, which is now highly required as passwords, and static methods have proved to be easily defeated,

eGovernment is a global trend started with ePassports and eIDs, secure USB tokens bring a convenient form factor for remote citizen authentication,

Transport is where secure USB tokens bring the convenience on contactless communications with the ability for end users to connect the device on their own PC.

In 2010, the total market for secure USB tokens amounts to 48.9 million units, or EUR 444 million. As they were the starting point of the development of secure USB tokens, secure mass storage and online banking combined represent 91% of this total.

The next few years will see the emergence of new segments. Enterprise security will take off with the adoption of secure USB tokens being driven by an increasing sensitivity to risk, and a better integration with operating systems. Secure USB tokens in Transport, which are now a pilot stage, will be adopted by several cities before the end of the period, making the segment represent larger volumes. And secure USB tokens will start to be adopted by governments for eGovernment applications to cope with a higher demand for eGovernment services from citizens.

As a part of the cost of secure USB tokens comes from memory, we anticipate the ASP (average selling price) will drop over the period.

In 2014, secure mass storage and online banking together will only account for 74.2% of sales. In 2014, the total available market for secure USB tokens will be over 150 million units per year, and represent a sales level surpassing EUR 1 billion. As secure USB tokens have a long life expectancy, the over 400 million tokens installed base will be an essential infrastructure the development of new services.

Overview

Secure USB token classification

Secure USB token components

Scope of this report

Threats and security needs

Authentication

Two-factor authentication

OTP

Digital signature

Algorithms and security mode

DES

AES

Public-key cryptography and PKI

Public key certificate

Standards and Certifications

Federal Information Processing Standards (FIPS)

PKCS

MSCAPI

EAL

X.509

OATH

EMV CAP

3-D secure

Global secure USB token market

Market overview

Secure USB token applications

Secure mass-storage

Enterprise security

Online banking

eGovernment

Transport

Customer needs

Issuer

End users

Market triggers

Employee mobility - secure mass-storage

Corporate data protection – enterprise security

Online banking fraud – online banking

Man-in-the-middle attack – online banking

eGovernments needs for authentication - eGovernments

User oriented ticketing services - transport

Market evolution

Technology comparison

Combination with smart card industry

Technology trends

Secure mass storage & enterprise security

Three-factor authentication

Authentication combining with cloud computing

Online banking

Transaction verification and fraud detection

Cross segments multi-application

Token Management System (TMS)

Secure USB token vendors

Market positioning

RSA

Company profile

Products

Aladdin

Company profile

Products

Vasco

Company profile

Products

Entrust

Company profile

Products

Todos

Company profile

Products

Actividentity

Company profile

Products

Neowave

Company profile

Products

Watchdata

Company profile

Products

Gemalto

Company profile

Products

Giesecke & Devrient

Company profile

Products

Feitian technology

Company profile

Products

Sandisk

Company profile

Products

Ironkey

Company profile

Products

ST Electronics Info-Security (DigiSafe)

Company profile

Products

MXI Security

Company profile

Products

RSA

Aladdin

Vasco

Entrust

Todos

ActivIdentity

Neowave

Watchdata

Gemalto

Giesecke & Devrient

Feitian Technology

Sandisk

IronKey

ST Eelctronics Info security

MXI Security

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