In the run-up to the 2023 IoTSF annual conference we invited Tim Snape, Artificial Intelligence Group and chair of the conference panel session: ‘Strategy, Ethics and Governance in the Age of AI-Powered Cybersecurity’, to give us some insights into the discussion in advance. The following is the first part of a 2-part blog which
The IoT Security Foundation (IoTSF) has published a new, free to download whitepaper today titled: “Can you trust your smart building? Understanding the security issues and why they are important to you”. It is aimed at a broad range of stakeholders that together design, specify, procure, install/integrate, validate, operate and maintain building automation systems (BAS). It is specifically targeted at building owners, facility managers, technology providers, architects and installers.
Does the data need to be trusted? In part one of this blog series, we looked at whether the data needs to be private? In this blog, we tackle the issue of trust in IoT devices and systems. Data may need to be protected from tampering/modification in transit. This may be a malicious attacker,