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.
VulnerableThings.com helps vendors prepare for IoT security regulations and assist security researchers with vulnerability reporting Date: 19 October 2020 An online platform designed to help IoT vendors receive, assess, manage and mitigate vulnerability reports has been launched by the IoT Security Foundation (IoTSF). VulnerableThings.com aims to simplify the reporting
With the impact of COVID-19, cybersecurity risks have been heightened in the sudden turn of unexpected events. IoT Security Summit Virtual will help you ensure your security is robust against disruption, measuring your IoT progress with the right security framework. Learn from security experts on how to keep your community secure by improving the safety and reliability of
Article | Telemedicine, Remote Patient Monitoring, IoT, and Patient Data Security Article by IoTSF Partner Organisation. With the numerous advancements in technology today, we now have capabilities that, just a few decades ago, would have likely been thought impossible. It’s easier than ever to access the internet, video chat, call, and text from almost
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
The IoT Security Foundation (IoTSF) is hosting its second Supply Chain Integrity Project meeting on Tuesday 12th May 09:30-13:00 BST. This virtual meeting will gather various supply chain stakeholders to discuss and establish the known security challenges within smart supply chains and analyse the priorities of this project. Supply chains are increasingly recognised as a
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
Join us on 13th February for an exciting day of IoTSF project talks and industry guest speakers covering key developments in IoT Security. You are invited to join us on Thursday 13th February 2020 for the 26th IoT Security Foundation Plenary Session. This plenary session follows the progress of the IoTSF Working Group Projects
Now in its 5th year, The IoT Security Foundation’s Annual Conference returns on 26th November at the ILEC Conference Centre, London. Building on the success of previous years, the IoTSF Conference is a one-day event that has grown a loyal global following from the IoT stakeholder communities.....
13 November 2019: Signify has been announced as the 2019 IoT Security Champion of the Year by the IoT Security Foundation. Signify, is a global provider of lighting solutions and was previously known as Philips Lighting. Pictured (left to right) Tom White Paratus People, Zsolt Angyal Signify, Jenny Devoy IoTSF, Alan Banks TechWorks,