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 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.
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
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.
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,
By John Moor As we see the application of IoT technologies evolve, it is gratifying to witness the fact that security has become an intrinsic part of the implementation debate. Whilst there are plenty of hacks and vulnerabilities that are still capturing media attention, we have made significant ground in recent times with industry
By John Moor, MD IoTSF It’s hard for me to recall the first time I came across the term ‘the Internet of Things’, but it is likely to be circa 2005. I do remember thinking it quite vulgar – a load of bull, as my lingua franca of the day used terms such as
March 7th 2018 The UK’s Department of Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) published its Secure by Design Report today for improving the cyber security of consumer IoT. [www.gov.uk/government/publications/secure-by-design]. Naturally it is a development that we welcome at the Foundation and we have been active contributors through this first consultation occupying positions as industry
Welcome to 2018, and welcome #Meltdown and #Spectre - a new duo of vulnerabilities which are shaking the security world, and the IoT world, to the very core - the processor core(s) that is. We've been having quite a discussion internally at IoTSF as to the technical nature of the exploits, the impact they