The IoT Security Foundation was launched on September 23rd 2015 with a mission to 'make it safe to connect'... in the era of IoT. This was after stakeholder interests were brought together in a series of meetings, workshops and the first ever 'IoT Security Summit' held at Bletchley Park, UK.
IoT Security Foundation and IASME Consortium announce partnership to offer consumer IoT conformance scheme
Today, the IoT Security Foundation and the IAMSE Consortium announced a partnership that aims to address the entry level cybersecurity requirements of consumer IoT products for the UK market. The scheme provides a baseline which is both low cost and simple to implement for manufacturers. Given the many headlines that appear in the media,
The IoT Security Foundation announces ‘Release 2’ of its IoT Security Best Practice Guidelines. Across the world we are starting to see governments and states introduce legislation in various forms, requiring the IoT industry to implement good security practice. We’re also seeing the formalisation of ‘Best Practice’ into recognised industry standards.
13 November 2019: Signify has been announced as the 2019 IoT Security Champion of the Year by the IoT Security Foundation. Signify, is a global provider of lighting solutions and was previously known as Philips Lighting. Pictured (left to right) Tom White Paratus People, Zsolt Angyal Signify, Jenny Devoy IoTSF, Alan Banks TechWorks,
Release Date: 12th November 2019 The IoT Security Foundation (IoTSF) is pleased to announce that IAR Systems and Secure Thingz are the headline sponsors for the 5th Annual IoTSF Conference. The IoT Security Foundation Conference is a one-day event that will entertain and educate 300+ delegates with best practice, next-practice and
We are delighted to announce the shortlist for the 2nd IoT Security Foundation Champion Award. This award seeks to celebrate organisations which demonstrate stewardship when it comes to IoT security. In alphabetical order, they are: Payatu Signify VDOO We would also like to thank all other organisations which submitted
By Jon Geater, CTO of Jitsuin, you can read the original article here The European Union NIS Directive represents a necessary step toward securing Critical National Infrastructure (CNI) and encouraging best practice to protect essential services. Yet there are many challenges to overcome in the next few short years before regulatory
The IoT Security Foundation is pleased to announce the IoT Security Champion Award is now open for applications. Now in its second year, the award seeks to identify and celebrate organisations which demonstrate good IoT security stewardship as part of the IoTSF mission to raise security standards and drive best practice
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The IoT Security Foundation (IoTSF) has published a new, free to download whitepaper today titled: “Can you trust your smart building? Understanding the security issues and why they are important to you”. It is aimed at a broad range of stakeholders that together design, specify, procure, install/integrate, validate, operate and maintain building automation systems (BAS). It is specifically targeted at building owners, facility managers, technology providers, architects and installers.