Internet of Things (IoT)
The Internet of Things (IoT) consists of objects embedded with sensors, processing ability, software and other technologies that connect and exchange data with other devices and systems over the internet or other communications networks. The IoT is at the basis of our increasingly smart and connected world. These industrial components can be found in both consumer and industrially oriented environments. Because IoT products are an essential part of digital chains and ecosystems their resilience against cyberthreats should be arranged properly.
IoT cyber security
Devices and products are becoming increasingly smarter. Behind their smartness lies a chain of elements, all of which contribute and play their own role in making an IoT product work as intended. Internet of Things products have connections, collect and share data with the backend, have an accessory mobile application and need to receive regular updates. That is just a part of the capability of IoT devices. Besides that, these products are being manufactured by putting different components (either hardware or software) together. It’s quite easy to imagine that arranging the security of IoT products is rather complex.
The cyber security of IoT products can be addressed in the following ways:
- Testing and assessing according to standards and guidelines
- Testing and assessing based on risk
The field of IoT is very diverse and therefore the security approach can also vary, depending on preferences, situation and complexity. Our IoT security services are mainly tailored towards manufacturers and integrators of IoT products and components. However, we can perform testing, assessments and audits for different types of target audiences.
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