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Secure IoT requires so much more than technical solutions; it requires knowledgable people, sound process and fit-for-purpose technologies. And IoT security is constantly shifting due to the nature of adversaries constantly looking to defeat the defences we put in place hence it is often referred to as a journey, not a destination. New vulnerabilities are constantly being discovered, which means there is a continuous need to monitor and maintain mitigations and cybersecurity is never completely done. This ‘security dynamic’ and what you do to address it therefore determines your ‘security posture’ hence your ‘risk profile’. In turn, this affects investment decisions in your business and trustworthiness in the market. This is where the IoT Security Foundation helps – we’re here for the long term to champion better security, reduce common risk, lower business liability and help to enable markets. Ultimately society needs confidence – so we can feel the benefit of all IoT has to offer.
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