The next member plenary meeting has been confirmed as a virtual session on Thursday 4th April 14:00-16:30 BST. This is a members only meeting which will provide Working Group updates including the developments of our accreditation scheme and may review pre-release outputs. An outline agenda will be issued by the plenary chair in due course.
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
The 4th Annual IoT Security Foundation Conference is a one-day event that follows on from the 2017 ‘Knowing It’s Safe To Connect’ and 2016 ‘Building an Internet of Trust’ Conference at IET Savoy Place, 2015’s IoTSF Conference held at the Royal Society and the original IoT Security Summit at Bletchley Park.
Informs IoT community on the status of international regulatory landscape Release Date: November 22nd, 2018 The IoT Security Foundation (IoTSF) has published a new, free to download report today titled: “IoT Cybersecurity: Regulation Ready”. It is aimed at businesses that produce and use IoT systems as there ‘is a veritable minefield’ of regulatory issues
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 -
The 2nd annual Internet of Things (IoT) Cybersecurity conference is a one-day event that will give participants the opportunity to learn about the potential risks, threats and vulnerabilities posed by using IoT systems and connected devices....
The IoT Security Foundation is pleased to announce the launch of the IoT Security Champion Award, in conjunction with the TechWorks Awards. The IoT Security Foundation seeks to identify and celebrate organisations which demonstrate good IoT security stewardship as part of the IoTSF’s mission to raise security standards and drive best practice adoption. Within
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