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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Edge devices are more powerful than traditional IoT devices, creating a world of possibility based on increased performance. However, they are still vulnerable to cyberattacks and have their own unique IoT security challenges. In this blog we explore IoT security for edge devices and how the PSA Certified ecosystem can help.
In this installment of our ‘In Conversation With…’ series PSA Certified partner Flex explores IoT security for remote healthcare devices, how their Flexino Sensor Integration platform is helping OEMs overcome IoT security challenges and the added value of third-party certification schemes such as PSA Certified.
To celebrate Cybersecurity Awareness Month, we’ve outlined the six steps you can take to #becybersmart with IoT security, including adopting a secure by design culture, embracing a security framework and working with the ecosystem.
In the latest PSA Certified webinar, Anurag Gupta examines the challenges of IoT security for device manufacturers (OEMs) including both technical and business barriers. He also explores how PSA Certified and its comprehensive framework are offering OEMs an accessible and scalable security solution.
The IoT offers unprecedented new functionalities and services that can transform industrial industries including manufacturing and construction. However, to realize this potential security needs to be embedded in all Industrial IoT (IIoT) devices. In this blog we explore the IIoT market, the security challenges, and how PSA Certified is offering a solution.
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.
In this blog, Carlos Serratos from PSA Certified co-founder SGS Brightsight explains the new enhancement to the PSA Certified scheme: RoT component certification.
PSA Certified offers multi-level certification for chips with increasing robustness focused on the PSA Root of Trust. In this blog, Jim Carver explains the different levels of chip assurance offered by PSA Certified and explores the variables you need to consider to select an appropriately robust chip for your device.
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.