June 2020 The report can be downloaded for free from IoTSF's publications page The IoT Security Foundation (IoTSF) is pleased to announce a new member-generated publication titled 'Securing the Internet of Things Supply Chain'. The white paper is an output from the Supply Chain Project team which has more than 40
The Internet of Things Security Foundation (IoTSF) ManySecured Special Interest Group (SIG) is working to outline high level solutions to a design flaw/problem that affects millions of IoT devices and standard Internet routers. We are also encouraging the development of working prototypes of potential solutions that can be tested for scale and usability. February
When it comes to IoT attacks and malware, there is a perceptible pattern in which most intrusions manifest. It is good practice to study such patterns and draw conclusions so that we may extrapolate to future attacks.
When directed to manage an IoT device or router using a browser, passwords and all communications are typically passed over an unencrypted connection. This is a security vulnerability which needs attention.
August 2nd 2021 The IoT Security Foundation announced today that Sarb Sembhi, CTO of Virtually Informed, has joined its Executive Steering Board (ESB). Sarb has been a cybersecurity professional for over 20 years and an active member of IoTSF since 2018 where he has successfully helped establish and co-chair the Smart Built Environment Working
This is a guest blog authored by Eric Greenwald, General Counsel at Finite State, and Matt Wyckhouse, Founder and CEO at Finite State.
With the support of the ManySecured project partners, the IoT Security Foundation has created a Special Interest Group (SIG) to facilitate Interoperable Security through Collaboration with stakeholders in the IoT ecosystem value chain.
The hub-based approach puts onus on OEMs and router manufacturers Release Date: 15th November, 2018 The IoT Security Foundation (IoTSF) announces today, a new whitepaper that outlines the benefits that accrue by taking a hub-based approach to connecting IoT devices and systems in the home. Entitled: IoT Security Architecture and Policy for the Home
The hub-based approach provides a user-friendly centralised management solution Release Date: 15th November, 2018 The IoT Security Foundation (IoTSF) announces today a new whitepaper that outlines the benefits that accrue by taking a hub-based approach to connecting IoT devices and systems in the enterprise. Entitled: IoT Security Architecture and Policy for the Enterprise -
This article by Jim Burrows - currently researching Machine Ethics. Prev: Eng. VP at Silent Circle - was originally posted on here. You can read more articles by Jim here. Much of what’s wrong today in the realm of security, especially “cybersecurity” comes from thinking that is rooted in the Dark Ages. “Motte and Bailey” Thinking There