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Introduction to Smart City and Building Automation Security

Introduction to Smart City and Building Automation Security

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.

Your Guide to Selecting an Appropriately Robust IoT Chip

Your Guide to Selecting an Appropriately Robust IoT Chip

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.

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.

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.

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.

Threat Modeling Explained

Threat Modeling for IoT Devices Explained

In this blog, we explore what IoT threat modeling is, how and when it should be carried out and how companies can be equipped to overcome the barriers of cost and limited expertise to ensure their products are built with security best practices from the ground-up.

  • By Someswara Dixit, 24th February 2021
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Simplifying IoT Security for Device Manufacturers

IoT Device Security: Simplifying the Journey for OEMs

In this blog we explore how PSA Certified is simplifying the IoT security journey for device manufacturers, allowing them to leverage the security expertise from the value chain and easily implement and verify security best practice. We breakdown the four key stages and examine how PSA Certified supports you at every step.

  • By Rob Coombs, 11th February 2021
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The Role of Third Party Evaluation in IoT Security

The Role of Third-party Evaluation in IoT Security Explained

IoT security evaluation is paramount to ease increasing concerns about the security of connected devices. As more companies turn to third-party laboratories for this evaluation, we explore the benefits of independent evaluation and certification.

  • By PSA Certified, 20th January 2021
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Implementing the 10 security goals

Implementing the 10 Security Goals – Secure Storage Explained

In this blog Rob Smart (Senior Principal Security Architect, Arm) takes a look at the PSA Certified Secure Storage security goal with two of our PSA Certified partners: Winbond and Infineon Technologies.

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