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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.
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.
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.
DesignLights Consortium Recognize PSA Certified as a Foundational IoT Security Scheme for the Connected Lighting Industry
In this blog we explore the smart lighting industry, the importance of IoT security for smart lighting, and how the DesignLights Consortium (DLC) are recognizing PSA Certified as a foundational IoT security framework and certification scheme for the connected lighting industry.
The PSA Certified mission is for all connected devices to be built upon a Root of Trust, providing a foundation of assurance for trusted deployments to scale. To support this mission, we’re providing the complete IoT security toolkit you need to guide the security design and implementation of your product.
An incredible 5,200 cybersecurity attacks targeting IoT devices are launched every month. 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. But investment to stop this…