IoTopia device security is designed to be testable and meet market requirements by building upon four foundational pillars:
Security by Design: Going beyond best practice and defining how secure components and APIs can be used with existing secure by design standards.
Device Intent: Leveraging IETF’s manufacturer usage descriptions (MUD) and uniform resource identifier (URI) to manage device permissions and access on networks.
Autonomous, Scalable, Secure Device Onboarding (SDO): Offering an open, standards-based secure onboarding process for streamlining network administration.
Device Lifecycle Management: Features and capabilities that will manage devices throughout their entire lifecycle.
Using proven GlobalPlatform technologies will bring trust to IoT ecosystems and ensuring compliance with the baseline will require very little additional costs for device makers.
IoTopia will launch at IoT Solutions World Congress on Wednesday, October 30th from 12:05-12:50.
GlobalPlatform also invites contributions to the IoTopia Committee from chip vendors, device manufacturers, thing makers, IoT platform providers, system integrators, service providers, certification labs, network vendors, end-users, government bodies and policymakers.
Quantum-safe security 'breakthrough' for existing computers, IoT devices
Blockchain IIoT security platform gets backing from GE, others
Protecting IoT devices from cyberattacks: A critical missing piece