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.
Copper Horse, a mobile and IoT security company, today announced that its CEO David Rogers, has been awarded an MBE in recognition of his services to cyber security, in The Queen’s Birthday Honours List 2019.
Deploying IoT securely on healthcare networks: new IoT Security Foundation whitepaper outlines best practice for healthcare IT teams & OEMs
Free whitepaper addresses underlying principles for securely deploying IoT systems on healthcare networks and how to cut risks for patients and their data. The use of IoT systems in healthcare creates significant opportunities for both OEMs and healthcare providers, but the inherent connectivity coupled with their use outside controlled hospital environments adds a risk to both patients and their data – risks that need to be managed.
IoT Security Foundation Announces New Executive Steering Board Chair and Unveils Enhanced Mission Statement
Stephen Pattison, VP Public Affairs - ARM, confirmed as Executive Steering Board Chair Release Date: May 30, 2019 The IoT Security Foundation made two announcements today to further support its aim to ‘make it safe to connect’ to the Internet of Things (IoT), enabling the social and economic benefits that IoT offers. Stephen Pattison,
Time moves quickly in the IoT world. It seems like only five minutes since we launched the Code of Practice on Consumer IoT Security...
Now in its 5th year, The IoT Security Foundation's Annual Conference returns on 26th November at the ILEC Conference Centre, London. We now welcome papers for the 2019 IoTSF Conference - you are invited to submit proposals on any subject matter which you feel is important, interesting or relevant across a number of IoT security related themes.
ETSI TS 103 645 and IoTSF Mapping Document Released February 19th, 2019 Today, the ETSI Technical Committee on Cybersecurity (TC CYBER) has announced a global standard for cybersecurity in the Internet of Things. ETSI TS 103 645 is a high-level, baseline standard for Internet-connected consumer products which addresses the exploitation of poor security and consumer
(Left to Right: Jenny Devoy, Sarb Sembhi, Chris Torr, Roger Shepherd, Jeff Day, Trevor Hall, James Willison, Craig Heath, Peter Davies, Richard Marshall, John Moor) Acknowledging the major achievements of key working group champions The IoT Security Foundation (IoTSF) acknowledged the significant achievements of multiple working group members at its 4th Annual Conference, London
New IoTSF research identifies poor security practice of producers of connected products Release Date: December 13, 2018 What happens when someone discovers a security issue in a connected product? Whether it is a fitness tracker, WiFi speaker, pet monitor, home robot or even a fridge-freezer, how do security researchers and others report a security
Release 2 is ‘freely available and highly applicable’ December 4th, 2018 The IoT Security Foundation (IoTSF) announces ‘Release 2’ of its IoT Security Compliance Framework today following user feedback of the previous release. A significant enhancement is a move to a risk based approach which gives the Framework more flexibility and greater applicability beyond