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Securing IoT is more than just technical solutions; it requires knowledgeable people, sound processes, and fit-for-purpose tech. IoT security is constantly evolving, with new vulnerabilities discovered regularly, making it a journey, not a destination. Your security posture is determined by how you address this dynamic, adjusting your risk profile and investment decisions. The IoT Security Foundation champions better security, reducing common risk, lowering costs and business liability, increasing confidence and enabling markets for societal and economic benefit.
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John Moor, Managing Director IoTSF
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Materials published by IoTSF include contributions from security practitioners, researchers, industrially experienced staff and other relevant sources from IoTSF’s membership and partners. IoTSF has a multi-stage process designed to develop contemporary best practice with a quality assurance peer review prior to publication.
Users of IoT Security Foundation (IoTSF) guidance materials are encouraged to use the latest advice and frameworks available. To maintain and build on our published materials, IoTSF issues releases in a timely manner – a known good practice in dynamic settings.
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