The History of IoT Security: History in the Making
Explore the history of IoT security, from its origins to how it has transformed industries and the challenges that only collaboration can resolve.
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How Device Certification is Giving Insurers the Confidence to Underwrite the IoT with Cybersecurity Insurance
In this blog, Anurag Gupta explores how PSA Certified is giving insurance companies the confidence to underwrite the Internet of Things (IoT) and introduce new cybersecurity insurance products
Security for smart cities and building automation is crucial if we are to see the widespread adoption of devices on the scale needed to achieve this new reality. In this blog, we explore the smart cities market, the IoT security challenges, and how we can collaborate on the solutions.
As well as transforming our everyday environment, smart lighting solutions are beginning to future-proof entire industries. In this blog, Fluence examine how smart lighting solutions are transforming the horticulture industry and the crucial role IoT security and independent certification play in building trust in their devices.
The IoT is moving from peripheral monitoring and reporting activities in businesses to critical operations. Consequently, the companies deploying IoT devices into their businesses (end-enterprises) need to be sure these devices are secure- but how? This new report from Beecham Research examines challenges for end-enterprises and how IoT security certification can help.
In this blog we explore the value of a Root of Trust (RoT) for device manufacturers (OEMs), including the security and business benefits. We also examine why it was previously hard for OEMs to implement a RoT and how the standardized PSA-RoT is combating these challenges and unlocking the value for OEMs.
New PSA Certified Security Report predicts 2022 will be a turning point for IoT security with 96% saying security positively impacts their bottom line. Read the press release.
PSA Certified has collaborated with some of the leading minds working across the IoT ecosystem, from the government to cyber insurance firms, to produce this new IoT security advisory paper that shares insight, knowledge and collective best practices that the industry needs to adopt to reduce the cost of security.
In this blog Prof. Sally Eaves (Global Chair of Cyber Trust, Global Foundation of Cyber Studies and Research) breaks down the challenges of IoT security, why we need a narrative change, and introduces PSA Certified’s new advisory paper that outlines how the industry can collaborate to reduce the cost of security.
In this blog PSA Certified partner onsemi examine how the industrial IoT is unlocking new functionalities that will improve efficiencies, such as predictive maintenance, why IoT security is so important in this space and how PSA Certified has helped them validate their security implementations and provide assurances to their customers.