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This blog explores where PSA Certified Level 1 requirements have derived from and how the IoT Security certification process is now more accessible.
PSA Certified are excited to announce a new IoT security certification level recognising the use of a Secure Element, with protection against physical attacks.
In this blog, the PSA Certified board share their thoughts on the European Commission’s proposed Cyber Resilience Act and how PSA Certified welcomes the publication.
New PSA Certified Security Report predicts 2022 will be a turning point for IoT security with 96% saying security positively impacts their bottom line. Read the press release.
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.
As we reach the milestone of 80 PSA Certified products, Stephanie Smith (Director of Marketing and PSA Certified Partner Ecosystem, Arm) reflects on the evolution of the PSA Certified partnership and how the ecosystem is continuing to adopt the PSA-RoT as the secure foundation of all connected devices.
In this blog, Carlos Serratos from PSA Certified co-founder SGS Brightsight explains the new enhancement to the PSA Certified scheme: RoT component certification.
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.