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IoT – Industry Resources

 

IoT ecosystem built on trust and innovation, realized by prioritizing safety, privacy and security

IoT Trust Framework v2.5Released June 22, 2017
A set of strategic  principles addressing privacy, security and sustainability focused on the connected home and wearable technologies.  Developed through a multi-stakeholder process , the Framework was built on best practices, standards and widely accepted global privacy principles.  Goals including providing developers prescriptive advice while increasing transparency and accountability. 
Contact admin@otalliance.org for archived versions.

IoT Trust Framework 2.0 Released – Coalition Embrace IoT Principles (Press Release – Jan 5, 2017)

IoT Trust Framework Resource Guide – Updated Jan 5, 2017
Companion guide for the Trust Framework, provides expanded context, information, examples and resources.

IoT – Vision for Security; A Collaborative & Shared Responsibility

IoT Vision Whitepaper – A Vision for the Future

  • Fostering collaboration promoting the benefits and challenges of bringing “trusted” IoT devices and services to scale.
  • Creating a Trust Framework  enhancing responsible data privacy and security practices, creating a platform for innovation.
  • Promoting the importance of self-regulation and codes of conduct addressing security, privacy and life-cycle risks and concerns.

OTA RESOURCES & PRESENTATIONS

Email Authentication & DMARC Resources

IoT Trust Framework Presentation Recap – July 13, 2016

Diffusing The IoT Time Bomb – (Video from RSA Conference 2016, Presentation Deck)

RSA Interview with Craig Spiezle (YouTube video)

Creating Trust for the Internet of Things Overview – Recorded Webinar, Speakers include OTA members Scott Perry & Craig Spiezle (February 9)

IoT Trust Framework Overview – Congressional Staff Briefing (November 19, 2015)

OTA IoT webinar with Daniel Miessler – YouTube


RELATED GUIDANCE

Atlantic CouncilSmart Homes & the Internet of Things Smart

BITAG (Broadband Internet Technical Advisory Group) – IoT Security & Privacy Recommendations

CTA (Consumer Technology Association) – Emerging Technology

ENISA (EU Agency for Network and Information Security) “Security Resilience of Smart Home Environments

Federal Trade Commission – IoT Best Practices

Food & Drug Administration – Managing Medical Device Cybersecurity

Department of Homeland Security – Strategic IoT Security Principles

Internet Society – The Internet of Things Overview

I Am the Cavalry

IEEE Cyber Security “WearFit: Security Analysis of of Fitness Tracker

NIST Connect Devices / IoT Cybersecurity Guidelines

NTIA IoT Multi-Stakeholder Patching Initiative

Symantec – IoT Resources

White House – Commission on Enhancing National Cyber Security


RELATED RESOURCES

Building Security In Maturity Model (BSIMM)

Dynamic Coalition on Internet of Things (DC IoT)

IoT Trust Framework v2.0 Released Jan 5, 2017
A set of strategic  principles addressing privacy, security and sustainability focused on the connected home and wearable technologies.  Developed through a multi-stakeholder process , the Framework was built on best practices, standards and widely accepted global privacy principles.  Goals including providing developers prescriptive advice while increasing transparency and accountability. 
Contact admin@otalliance.org for archived versions.

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