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What are Threat Models and Why are They Needed? One of the most effective ways of understanding the security needed when creating connected devices is writing a security threat model. It helps you understand the security requirements that are particular to a device in the environment that it operates in.
In this interview with Canonical, we’re exploring the next wave of data-driven operations and why security is paramount to their success.
In our latest edition of '5 Questions with' we’re chatting to ADLINK, about their proactive measures to align with forthcoming regulations and how PSA Certified helps them.
In this blog, we discuss the findings of the PSA Certified 2023 Security Report and how they impact consumer IoT devices.
This year marks two decades of Cybersecurity Awareness Month. How has our approach to the security of the Internet of Things changed over the past 20 years? What more we can do to fulfil our vision of a secure, interconnected world.
Welcome to the very first in our new series where we interview and ask our partners 5 questions about the future of connected devices. In our first interview we’re speaking to ASUS IoT.
PSA Certified is a third-party evaluation scheme where components can be assessed to be appropriately secure and support compliance with emerging automotive security regulations. Since launching in 2019, PSA Certified has offered a route for improving the security credentials of connected devices. As the promise of software-defined vehicles rapidly becomes a…
Engineering a Better Future: Celebrating Women’s Achievements on International Women in Engineering Day
Engineering a Better Future: Celebrating Women’s Achievements on International Women in Engineering Day Today, we proudly celebrate International Women in Engineering Day! In honor of this special day, we interviewed some of the outstanding women in the field of engineering within the PSA Certified partnership. These remarkable individuals have made…