CSA releases IoT security guide

An in-depth security guidance report aimed at Internet of Things developers has been released by the Cloud Security Alliance.

Titled Future-proofing the Connected World: 13 steps to developing secure IoT products, the report offers practical and technical guidance to devs trying to secure networks of IoT devices.

“An IoT system is only as secure as its weakest link,” wrote Brian Russell, chair of the CSA’s IoT working group. “This document is our attempt at providing actionable and useful guidance for securing the individual products that make up an IoT system.”

Split into comprehensive sections, the guide covers: the need for IoT security; why dev organisations should care about securing IoT networks; device security challenges; and includes detailed guidance for secure IoT development, including everything from tips on implementing a secure dev environment to designing in hardware security controls and securing your firmware updates. A “detailed checklist for security engineers to follow during the development process” is also included.

Source: Devs! Here’s how to secure your IoT network, in, uh, 75 easy pages

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