The History of IoT Security
Explore the history of IoT security, including key milestones from its origins in 1832, to how it has transformed industries and the challenges that only collaboration can resolve.
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Our mission is for every connected device to be built upon a Root of Trust, providing a foundation of assurance for trusted deployments to scale. To support this mission, we are making security accessible to every part of the IoT value chain, reducing the barriers to secure your next product.
This blog outlines 10 key resources from PSA Certified which will help to guide your next product, allowing IoT security at the forefront of your design considerations.
This blog covers two of the most prominent IoT security regulations emerging in Europe (CRA and RED), what they mean for you, and how you can prepare.
PSA Certified is an industry backed IoT assurance scheme that is helping us build trust in the billions of connected devices that underpin digital transformation. Learn more about PSA Certified in our interactive overview.
An incredible 1.5 billion hacks on smart/IoT devices are estimated to take place in a six-month window. This is a big problem – 60% of small businesses close within six months of being hacked. In fact, the damage caused by cybercrime is predicted to skyrocket to US$10 trillion by 2025.
As we begin 2023, we’re reflecting on the past 12 months and looking forward with some IoT security predictions from the PSA Certified ecosystem.
This blog explores where PSA Certified Level 1 requirements have derived from and how the IoT Security certification process is now more accessible.
In this blog, we explore why cybersecurity is the primary concern for IoT devices this Cyber Monday and how to protect consumers with IoT security frameworks.