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.
IoT devices can transform the in-store retail experience and security plays a crucial role in architecting this new reality. We look at the importance of building-in best practice security and how to build trust in connected devices.
In this podcast, David is joined by Dr. Sally Eaves. They examine the impact COVID-19 has had on our lives and the role security has played in this adaptation. They also discuss how the narrative around security needs to change and how collaboration can help overcome IoT security challenges.
PSA Certified partner Sequitur Labs offer software solutions that improve trust in a connected world while understanding the need to consider real business value for device makers – reducing BoM costs, protecting revenue, improving product reliability, improving product lifecycle management.
In this podcast, David is joined by Brad Ree (CTO of the IoXT Alliance) to talk more about their journey to make IoT more secure for consumers. They also talk about the partnership between PSA Certified and IoXT Alliance and how it’s easing fragmentation in the IoT ecosystem.
We speak to Peter Busch (Product Owner Distributed Ledger Technologies Mobility at Bosch) about the expanding automotive cybersecurity and modernizing 100-year old protocols to take us beyond the now. We also touch on the difference between safety, security, and privacy, and the role of digital fingerprints.
We speak to Jan Münther (Head of Digital Product Security, OSRAM) to discuss the cost of failure of insecure smart lighting, the growing security demand from customers and the cultural changes needed to instil IoT security best practice.
Peter Stephens, Head of Secure by Design Cybersecurity at DCMS joins us to talk more about solving consumer IoT security concerns. There is also a unique insight into governmental views on IoT security, AI, and the DCMS approach to making the UK a more secure place when it comes to IoT devices.