Internet of Things in Banking Market Trends

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Market Trends of Internet of Things in Banking Industry

This section covers the major market trends shaping the Banking Internet of Things Market according to our research experts:

Security Application is Expected to Hold Significant Share

  • Nowadays, customer expectations, technological capabilities, regulatory requirements, demographics, and economics create a crucial change. This demands that banking institutions move past these challenges and adopt a proactive approach to cybersecurity. The financial sector faced almost three times the cyber attacks compared to the other industries. Data breaches (internal through fraud and external through cybercriminals) lead to an exponential cost rise. Enforcing Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA), usually for physical access control, virtual private networks, and prevention of counterfeit by chip assembly integrators, are the critical trends in the cybersecurity applications market, which are expected to enhance the market.
  • Personal Financial Management (PFM) is a 21st-century innovation. The PFM's guiding idea is simple: give consumers a clear image of their accounts, revenues, and expenses. Using a PFM system, the customer can see his accounts' transactions. Banks will be able to better serve their clients by using the data generated by IoT. To track the customer's usage, an IoT must provide alerts or signals to activate/deactivate particular items maintained by the bank.
  • Ongoing threats related to IoT devices will force banks to tighten security layers, including patchable firmware/software and controlled privilege access. New regulations will follow once massive-scale attacks are initiated using IoT. This will be done to amplify the attack using the help of wearable devices. According to Samsung Insights, wearables, such as smartwatches, are poised to become the future of the retail banking experience. For example, banks could use Bluetooth beacons to push personal greetings to customers' smartwatches when entering a banking location.
  • The financial services industry appeals to cybercriminals for one apparent reason-access to money and related data and one less evident security hole related to the Internet of Things. IoT is being used by businesses more and more, with connected automobiles helping to determine insurance rates and smartphones taking the place of bank tellers. Finance professionals need to take several crucial actions to protect their client's data on interconnected platforms.
  • For instance, between July and September last year, cybercriminals in Russia used social engineering to launch over 13,4000 assaults against customers of financial institutions. Additionally, phishing was used in approximately 3,000 client-targeting events.
Banking Internet of Things Market : Number of security attacks targeting financial organizations and their clients, by type, Russia, 3rd Quarter 2022

North America to Account for a Significant Share

  • North America has many of the largest banks, which significantly drives the market for IoT in banking. The convergence of operational and information technology and the increasing use of IoT devices in product, application, and premises monitoring for connected banking are factors driving the IoT in Banking in North America. The U.S. is the largest market for IoT security solutions in banking because of having a large number of banks with a large number of data breaches news.
  • Many banks now provide applications for popular wearables like Apple Watch and FitPay, which is already working with Bank of America. Amazon is too planning to let customers zap each other cash with Alexa and then deposit it in an Amazon-branded checking account. Diebold, a U.S. financial and security services corporation, went even further and designed a smart ATM. If anyone wants to withdraw some cash, a person should schedule a session via a mobile app, walk up to the nearest ATM and choose one of the available verification options.
  • There is an increased rate of data breaches in the United States annually. The main segment affected is the banking sector, and the privileged misuse and web attack is the main reason for it, where the hackers use malicious code and software to alter computer code. Recent news quotes that HSBC Bank customers had personal information exposed to a data breach by unauthorized users in the United States. Like Attila's GoSilent, security solutions are designed to detect and prevent cyber-attacks from a broad spectrum of sources. Silent locks down access to banking institutions' networks by securing all the endpoints, such as servers, mobile devices, printers/scanners, laptops, and desktops.
  • Banks are using IoT-enabled ATMs that can perform a wider range of transactions and provide customers with a more personalized experience. These ATMs can also be used to detect and prevent fraud. For instance, in October last year - three banking solutions from Hyosung America were introduced, including its Series 5 ATMs, Series 7 ATMs, and MS500EL Teller Cash Recycler.
Banking Internet of Things Market : Growth Rate by Region

IoT in Banking Market Size & Share Analysis - Growth Trends & Forecasts (2024 - 2029)