DHL, Huawei and the IoT are teaming up to launch a new certification program, part of a new initiative that includes the new Google Home and Nest devices.
The IoT Alliance, a group of manufacturers, service providers and others that includes Google, Amazon, Apple, and others, will be launching the IoT Certified Program, which will provide IoT devices with “certifications and training on security and privacy.”
According to a press release, “This partnership will help secure and monitor IoT devices and ensure their compliance with IoT regulations.”
The certification program will be available from the end of 2017.
The first IoT certified devices will launch later this year.
In addition to DHL and Huawei, the alliance includes other leading manufacturers and service providers, such as Cisco, Asus, and Lenovo.
The announcement also mentions the announcement of a partnership with Philips, and the announcement that Microsoft will be partnering with Google and other partners on the IoT Alliance certification program.
This isn’t the first time DHL has been involved with the IoT certification program: in April, the carrier said it will be testing the devices for security with a security test to help companies secure their network.
The IoT Certified program is part of the new IoT Alliance’s initiative to help manufacturers and others better secure the security of IoT devices.
The alliance has a program for devices that can be controlled remotely, and it’s an effort to make the IoT easier for consumers and businesses to control.
The program is focused on IoT devices that meet a variety of security requirements, including firewalls and security controls, cloud-based storage and authentication, and remote access.
The alliance is also launching the Smart Home Security Certification Program.
This certification program is designed to help secure IoT devices as well as smart home appliances, and is meant to help businesses manage their security in a smart home.
In April, DHL announced that it had begun testing the first DHL Smart Home products, including its new HomeSmart D4 and D4+ line of smart home products.
In September, the retailer said that it was partnering with Amazon and Microsoft to create a “Cloud Connect” program to help consumers and enterprises manage and secure their IoT devices remotely.
As part of this partnership, Microsoft has partnered with Google to create the Google Cloud IoT Certified Certification Program, and Amazon has also partnered with Microsoft to provide certification training.