Today we announce that the 2020 IoTSF conference will be virtual and we're very excited about it. There is no mystery as to why we're going virtual of course, the COVID-19 pandemic has had an impact on us all and even though the world will have returned to a new
Ollie Whitehouse, Group CTO, NCC Group Joins Executive Steering Board The IoT Security Foundation has today announced that Ollie Whitehouse from NCC Group has joined the IoTSF steering board which seeks to 'make it safe to connect' in the era of IoT. The concept of the Internet of Things - pervasive connected technology -
Aligns with forthcoming standards and makes improvements of use Today, the IoT Security Foundation (IoTSF) announced the availability of the latest release of its popular IoT Security Compliance Framework. The Framework is intended to be used by professionals that design, specify and procure IoT related products by providing guidance and easy
The IoT Security Foundation and Institute of Workplace and Facilities Management offer guidance on securing Building Management Systems and Internet of Things systems The impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic is being felt right across society; with the primary focus being that of saving lives and maintaining public health. The current emergency has necessitated new
The IoT Security Foundation has announced today that Duncan Purves has joined its central team and appointed as Projects and Operations Manager. Duncan's role includes the project management of the £2.7 million collaborative IoT gateway project named 'ManySecured' - details can be found here. He will also be Operations Manager for IoTSF member activities
The overwhelming priority right now is for us all to focus on public health and saving lives.We also need to make sure we protect ourselves in other ways and that we do not become complacent about cyber security. Our online habits have changed dramatically in recent weeks and we need to be extra vigilant. Bad
Just 13% of Consumer IoT Firms Allow Vulnerability Reporting Despite Incoming Laws and International Standards
Industry uptake is “concerning” European firms will be the least compliant with emerging standards IoT Security Foundation calls for vendors and researchers to collaborate more 17th March 2020 - An analysis of 330 consumer IoT device manufacturers has revealed five of every six companies (86.7%, 286) don’t allow for
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.