New industry and security certifications are coming to the internet of Things (IoT).
The first two are a new IoT Security Certification Program (ICSCP) and a new Security Information Management System (SIMS) for IoT devices.
ICSCP The ICSCP certifies devices that meet the standard for IoT security and interoperability, the first ever IoT certification program, and is a key component of the ICSP.
The IICP is an industry-wide program designed to certify new IoT devices that are secure, reliable and interoperable with other devices.
This certification process is an opportunity to demonstrate that the IoT devices and services can be used securely, securely and interoperably by the public, private, academic, government and industrial sectors.
The SIMS The SISM is a new system for IoT IoT devices, which provides a centralized interface for users to securely and securely interoperate with other IoT devices through the use of smart protocols.
It is designed to help IoT devices be used as standard-compliant, secure and interoperating solutions in the IoT ecosystem.
The SISMs is designed for use in public-facing IoT devices such as smart phones and tablets, but will be expanded to other IoT platforms in the future.
ICSCP and SISMS are both new certification programs designed to establish the IoT Security Standards.
The first certification is a series of three modules.
The modules are designed to demonstrate the security and performance characteristics of IoT devices in their use, and to assist manufacturers and end users in understanding, evaluating and adopting the IoT security features that can be found in the modules.
This module will provide a high level of assurance to the industry that the devices are being used for legitimate purposes and will be used by manufacturers and service providers for the long-term.
After certification, the devices can then be validated in a standard security environment for the IoT IoT ecosystem through the IISC, which will provide an API to IoT devices to easily validate and validate the devices.