IoT Security: Development of Standards & Guidelines

3Q 2017 | Technology Analysis Report | AN-2476 | 35 pages | 6 tables | 4 figures | PDF

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Table of Contents

  • 1. UNDERSTANDING THE IOT RISK PROFILE
  • 2. STANDARDS AND SPECIFICATIONS
    • 2.1. GlobalPlatform
    • 2.2. Industrial Society of Automation
    • 2.3. Internet Engineering Task Force
    • 2.4. Open Connectivity Foundation
    • 2.5. Object Management Group
    • 2.6. oneM2M
    • 2.7. Open Mobile Alliance
    • 2.8. Trusted Computing Group
    • 2.9. U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology
  • 3. REFERENCE ARCHITECTURES AND GUIDELINES
    • 3.1. Alliance for Internet of Things Innovation
    • 3.2. Cloud Security Alliance
    • 3.3. Cloud Standards Customer Council
    • 3.4. Eclipse Foundation
    • 3.5. European Union Agency for Network and Information Security
    • 3.6. GSM Association
    • 3.7. Industrial Internet Consortium
    • 3.8. IoT Security Foundation
    • 3.9. Linux Foundation
    • 3.10. Online Trust Alliance
    • 3.11. prpl Foundation
    • 3.12. United States Government
    • 3.13. Other Associations and Works in Progress
  • 4. RELATED RESEARCH


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This report focuses on the development of IoT security standards, specifications, reference architectures and guidelines. With a fragmented IoT ecosystem, the questions of interoperability, communication protocols, and security are a priority. The report analyses the various organizations working to develop tools, from general guidelines and best practices, to specifications that can address IoT security and safety. 

Table of Contents

  • 1. UNDERSTANDING THE IOT RISK PROFILE
  • 2. STANDARDS AND SPECIFICATIONS
    • 2.1. GlobalPlatform
    • 2.2. Industrial Society of Automation
    • 2.3. Internet Engineering Task Force
    • 2.4. Open Connectivity Foundation
    • 2.5. Object Management Group
    • 2.6. oneM2M
    • 2.7. Open Mobile Alliance
    • 2.8. Trusted Computing Group
    • 2.9. U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology
  • 3. REFERENCE ARCHITECTURES AND GUIDELINES
    • 3.1. Alliance for Internet of Things Innovation
    • 3.2. Cloud Security Alliance
    • 3.3. Cloud Standards Customer Council
    • 3.4. Eclipse Foundation
    • 3.5. European Union Agency for Network and Information Security
    • 3.6. GSM Association
    • 3.7. Industrial Internet Consortium
    • 3.8. IoT Security Foundation
    • 3.9. Linux Foundation
    • 3.10. Online Trust Alliance
    • 3.11. prpl Foundation
    • 3.12. United States Government
    • 3.13. Other Associations and Works in Progress
  • 4. RELATED RESEARCH