IoTSF Plenary 30

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This virtual plenary session follows the progress of the IoTSF Working Group Projects which include the IoTSF Compliance Framework, Secure Design Best Practice Guides, Smart Buildings & Supply Chain Integrity groups. This plenary also features wider IoTSF operations and partnership updates as well as industry guest speakers from NIST and Beau Woods from I

Hardwear.io Security Training Berlin 2021

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Are you interested in reverse engineering, side channel analysis, fault injection attacks, whitebox crypto, or just hardware security in general? Hardwear.io offers some amazing hands-on live training in January 2021 – all online!

Webinar : Manage Vulnerability Reports / November

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Without mechanisms to report, manage and resolve vulnerabilities, the security of consumer IoT products will diminish over time – and the likelihood of attack or abuse will increase.

Webinar : Keeping Software Updated / 30th October

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Security software updates are vital because every IoT product is susceptible to vulnerabilities. If updates cannot be provisioned, the security of the product will diminish over time.

Webinar : Eliminate Universal Default Passwords / October

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If one device is compromised, all devices with that password are also compromised. New standards and upcoming regulatory change mean organisations need to assess how their IoT products use passwords and ensure universal default passwords are eliminated.

Webinar : Manage Vulnerability Reports / October

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Without mechanisms to report, manage and resolve vulnerabilities, the security of consumer IoT products will diminish over time – and the likelihood of attack or abuse will increase.

Webinar : Keeping Software Updated / 1st October

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Security software updates are vital because every IoT product is susceptible to vulnerabilities. If updates cannot be provisioned, the security of the product will diminish over time.

Webinar : Eliminate Universal Default Passwords / September

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If one device is compromised, all devices with that password are also compromised. New standards and upcoming regulatory change mean organisations need to assess how their IoT products use passwords and ensure universal default passwords are eliminated.

Webinar : Manage Vulnerability Reports / September

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Without mechanisms to report, manage and resolve vulnerabilities, the security of consumer IoT products will diminish over time – and the likelihood of attack or abuse will increase.

Webinar : Keeping Software Updated / August

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Security software updates are vital because every IoT product is susceptible to vulnerabilities. If updates cannot be provisioned, the security of the product will diminish over time.