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This blog covers two of the most prominent IoT security regulations emerging in Europe (CRA and RED), what they mean for you, and how you can prepare.
As we begin 2023, we’re reflecting on the past 12 months and looking forward with some IoT security predictions from the PSA Certified ecosystem.
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.
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.
Explore the emergence of smart voice assistants and smart speakers, the security concerns threatening the adoption of these products, and how IoT security will build trust in these devices. Access an example threat model to begin your smart speaker solution.
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.
In this blog Dr. Shahram Mossayebi (CEO and Co-Founder, Crypto Quantique) examines the growing emergence of AI-enabled IoT healthcare devices, why a Root of Trust is important in these high-value assets, and how their PSA Certified Level 2 Ready QDID solution is helping to simplify RoT creation.
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.