IoT – make it safe to connect. We’re here to help.

As an IoT business, you’ll want to make sure your products are successful in the market, you manage your liabilities and you take care of your customers.

IoT Security Foundation’s (IoTSF) mission is to make it safe to connect so the many benefits of IoT can be realized. Our security values are targeted at key stages of the IoT eco-system – those that build, buy and use products and services.

Designing security into IoT products and systems at the outset is the best approach to ensure the health of every business. It reduces cost, minimizes risk and is far easier to achieve than fixing it later. Taking a structured approach, one that is tested and proven by industry, makes this process straightforward.

Working with the best companies in the IoT field, IoTSF has compiled a comprehensive, practical and peer-reviewed IoT Security Compliance Framework – a guide for making security choices which are self-tailored to your company and your products.

Build Secure. Buy Secure. Be Secure.

One more thing – the Framework is completely free and is already used by companies of all sizes around the world– so what’s stopping you?

https://www.iotnowsecurity.com/iot-security-compliance-framework/

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