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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.
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.
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…
PSA Certified was founded with a mission to defragment the IoT security ecosystem. Initially introduced as Platform Security Architecture, the program has matured over the years and evolved into the industry-leading IoT security framework and certification scheme we have today. Take a look at our evolution in this dynamic timeline.
PSA Certified is committed to serving the growing demands of businesses, governments and insurers to show an audit trail of compliance for IoT security. In this whitepaper we breakdown how PSA Certified builds assurance for the entire ecosystem from device manufacturers right through to the end enterprises implementing those devices.
With 85% of tech decision-makers interested in industry collaboration regarding IoT security, PSA Certified and it’s growing ecosystem are answering this call and delivering on the promise to democratize security. In this whitepaper we breakdown how the PSA Certified framework and certification program can give you the confidence to create.
We explore the key IoT security challenges that device manufacturers face including a lack of expertise, regulatory fragmentation and varying approaches. We also examine how the industry can work together to solve these challenges and secure the future of the IoT.