Online Trust Alliance has released the last-call update of the IoT Trust Framework. It provides guidelines for device developers and manufacturers to enhance privacy, security and sustainability of wearables, connected home devices and virtually collected data.
Feedback From Over 100 Participants
OTA received feedback from over 100 companies belonging to U.S. and other countries. Some of these participants included device manufacturers, retailers, security & privacy subject matter experts like Underwriters Laboratories, the Center for Democracy and Technology, the National Association of Realtors, the European Union Agency for Network and Information Security and the International Telecommunications Union (ITU).
This initiative can be a stepping stone in the direction of a global IoT certification program, which will safeguard business operating in IoT field from unwanted security challenges.
OTA doesn’t want to stop here as it has announced that it will organize an all-day Summit in Washington D.C. on November 18. The summit will address various issues of general security and private community and also discuss the final implementation guidelines of the IoT Trust Framework.
Businesses interested in registering for this summit can get details here.
Anyone interested in reviewing this Internet of Things Framework and want to provide their feedback on the same, can click here and grab more information regarding the same.