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IoTAC Project Newsletter No. 9

This is the last newsletter of the IoTAC project covering the period between June and August 2023. The project has been successfully completed and reached its goals by validating the secure IoTAC platform in 4 different service environments. Sign up for the IoTAC Newsletter! Stay in the know and receive…
August 31, 2023

IoT Security in the US National Cybersecurity Strategy Implementation Plan

The Biden-Harris administration published the National Cybersecurity Strategy Implementation Plan (NCSIP), the roadmap to realize how the United States allocates roles, responsibilities, and resources in cyberspace. Objective 3.2 deals with the development of secure IoT devices. This objective includes two initiatives: The Administration will continue to improve IoT cybersecurity through…

Securing identities is a critical priority

The Identity Defined Security Alliance commissioned a survey of large US organizations on their stance toward security and identity. With the increase in the number of identities, more businesses are suffering identity-related incidents, and are realizing that securing these identities has become a critical priority. 44% of the 529 respondents…

IoTAC Project Newsletter No. 8

This is the 8th edition of the IoTAC Newsletter. These publications already have a long history as we are approaching the end of the project. In this edition, we cover the months of March, April, and May 2023 and give an overview of our activities and progress. Sign up for the…

State of IoT—Spring 2023 Report by IoT Analytics

IoT Analytics’ “State of IoT—Spring 2023” report shows that the number of connected IoT devices grew by 18% in 2022 to 14.3 billion and this number is expected to grow by 18% to 16.7 billion in 2023. The market is primarily driven by industrial IoT projects and Industry 4.0 initiatives. The report discusses…

New guidance on cyber security best practices for smart cities

Cybersecurity agencies of the US, UK, Canada, Australia and New Zealand have joined forces and published their Cybersecurity Best Practices for Smart Cities guide. It provides recommendations to balance efficiency and innovation with cybersecurity, privacy protections, and national security. Smart cities have the potential to offer communities cost savings and the…