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Introduction to Consumer Iot Security

Introduction to Consumer IoT Security

Consumer IoT security is fundamental to build trust and see end markets grow. We explore the consumer IoT market and key considerations to build the future of connected devices.

Unpicking IoT Security Challenges for Device Manufacturers with Eurotech, Flex and ams Osram

We unpick six IoT security challenges for device manufacturers with industry-leading OEMs Eurotech, Flex, and ams Osram. They give advice on how to overcome these barriers and how schemes like PSA Certified are providing more value than just certification.

PSA Certified Level 3 – What Is Substantial Assurance and Robustness?

A crucial part of the PSA Certified scheme is the independent testing of silicon for the PSA-RoT. There are three levels of PSA Certified evaluation for chips, PSA Certified Level 3 is described as a “substantial level of assurance and robustness”. In this blog, we explain exactly how we define “substantial” robustness and assurance.

The Power of Partnership: 10 Tips To Build a More Secure IoT

In this blog David Maidment reflects on his discussions with industry leaders and PSA Certified partners while hosting the #beyondthenow podcast. He shares his highlights from the last nine episodes and the recurring themes that the whole industry can align to.

Six IoT Security Features for Smart Building Devices

Six IoT Security Features for Smart Building Devices

In this blog, Louis Parks (CEO at Veridify, one of the PSA Certified OEMs) unpicks the anatomy of smart building devices to highlight six essential security features.

Fast tracking Linux Security for IoT edge devices with Foundries.io

Fast-tracking Linux Security for IoT Edge Devices with Foundries.io

In this blog we examine how to overcome the complexities of IoT security for the edge. We also explore how PSA Certified partner Foundries.io is simplifying the security journey for Linux-based OEMs.  

Offering Choice for IoT Security Certification with SESIP and CSPN-style Methodologies

Offering Choice for IoT Security Certification with SESIP and CSPN-style Methodologies

In this blog, the PSA Certified founders have explored why it’s important to offer choice in IoT security evaluation methodology and the relationship with SESIP.

  • By PSA Certified, 29th April 2021
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Anti-rollback explained

Implementing the 10 Security Goals – Anti-rollback Explained

In this blog Rob Smart (Senior Principal Security Architect, Arm) takes a detailed look at the PSA Certified Anti-rollback security goal, outlining what it is and how to successfully implement it.

IoT Security for Retail

IoT Security for Retail: Securing the Connected Store

IoT devices can transform the in-store retail experience and security plays a crucial role in architecting this new reality. We look at the importance of building-in best practice security and how to build trust in connected devices.

Collaboration is our greatest armory for IoT security

#Beyondthenow Podcast: IoT Security Post-COVID: “Collaboration Is Our Greatest Armory.”

In this podcast, David is joined by Dr. Sally Eaves. They examine the impact COVID-19 has had on our lives and the role security has played in this adaptation. They also discuss how the narrative around security needs to change and how collaboration can help overcome IoT security challenges.

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