(Left to Right: Jenny Devoy, Sarb Sembhi, Chris Torr, Roger Shepherd, Jeff Day, Trevor Hall, James Willison, Craig Heath, Peter Davies, Richard Marshall, John Moor)

Acknowledging the major achievements of key working group champions

The IoT Security Foundation (IoTSF) acknowledged the significant achievements of multiple working group members at its 4th Annual Conference, London and Certificates of Appreciation were presented by IoTSF’s  Managing Director, John Moor, and Head of Membership Development, Jenny Devoy.

John Moor said “Cybersecurity is a critical requirement and primary enabler for all IoT applications. Yet there are many enemies of security including inconvenience, cost and the complexity of application. Our champions have dedicated themselves to helping overcome these challenges by providing practical tools and guidance that is easy to access and simple to use. We are therefore delighted to say thank you to them, on behalf of the Foundation, but also on behalf of all our  ‘users and customers’, and society in general as their efforts help protect us all”.

Jenny Devoy added “Our members have contributed a considerable amount of effort and expertise to our IoT Security working group projects which cover a number of themes including Best Practice Guides, Smart Buildings, Consumer Products, Compliance & Test, IoT Architectures and Policies, Vulnerability Disclosure, and Trust Marks. They not only bring considerable expertise, but they are also a pleasure to work with – thank you champions!”.

Our 2018 Honourees Are:


Peter Davies, Thales

Jeff Day, BT

Craig Heath, Franklin Heath

Trevor Hall, DisplayLink

Richard Marshall, Xitex

Michael Richardson, Sandelman Software Works

Sarb Sembhi, Virtually Informed

Roger Shepherd, Chipless

Chris Torr, Multos

James Willison, Unified Security


[Not pictured]

Graham Markall, Embecosm

Daniel Ng, CyberOwl

Paul Kearney, Birmingham City University

Chris Shire, Infineon Technologies


If you’d like to nominate a member for their individual or group contribution for future recognition, we’d like to hear from you – click the link below.

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