Each webinar has a complementary Quick Guide that demystifies specialist terminology, signposts to additional information and suggests additional ways in which to approach consumer IoT cybersecurity.
The Quick Guides and On-Demand Webinars build upon the ETSI EN 303 645 v2.1.1 (2020-06) specification on consumer IoT cybersecurity published in 2020. It is the first international standard of its kind and there is already evidence of governments publishing guidance and preparing legislation based on it. This will impact the IoT producer community – designers, developers, manufacturers and other vendors. These materials focus on the top 3 cyber security provisions for consumer IoT: No Universal Default Passwords, A Means to Manage Vulnerability Reports, and Keeping Software Updated.
IoTSF also publishes annual analysis of Vulnerability Disclosure Practices in the Consumer IoT Vendor Sector. You can view the latest report here: Consumer IoT: Vulnerability Disclosure – Expanding the View into 2021