IoTAA – Internet of Things Security Guidelines (V1.2)

IoTAA – Internet of Things Security Guidelines

Organization: IoT Alliance Australia (IoTAA)

Reference: Internet of Things Security Guideline V1.2 [PDF]

Published on: November 2017

The purpose of the Internet of Things Security Guideline is to provide comprehensive, top-level guidance to:

  • promote a ‘security by design’ approach to IoT;
  • assist industry to understand the practical application of security and privacy for IoT device use;
  • be utilised by the IoT industry and digital service providers which use or provide support services for IoT deployments; and
  • assist industry to understand some of the relevant legislation around privacy and security.
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