ISOC's IOT for Policymakers
Policymakers have important choices to make to help shape the future of IoT security. This paper is intended for regulators, policymakers, and anyone interested in the development and implementation of policy tools regarding IoT security.
OTA Top Level Vulnerabilities for Consumer Products
This paper outlines the high-level vulnerabilities for IOT devices. It was included in the welcome packet at our first multistakeholder event in Ottawa on April 4th.
ISOC’s Securing the Internet of Things: A Multistakeholder Approach for Canada
This paper contextualizes Canada’s multistakeholder process for the development of a broad-reaching policy to govern the security of the Internet of Things.
The Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA) is the federal privacy law for private-sector organizations. It sets out the ground rules for how businesses must handle personal information in the course of commercial activity.
Multistakeholder meeting #2 Report - June 21
This report outlines information about stakeholders in attendance, the agenda, the established working groups, and action items to carry forward. This meeting took place on June 21st in Ottawa. Video archives can be found on our Livestream page.
Multistakeholder meeting #1 Report - April 4
This report outlines information about stakeholders in attendance, the agenda, the established ground rules for the multistakeholder process, and action items to carry forward. This meeting took place on April 4th in Ottawa. Video archives can be found on our Livestream page.
Gov't of UK- Secure by Design: Improving the cyber security of consumer Internet of Things Report
The report and draft Code of Practice advocates a fundamental shift in approach to moving the burden away from consumers having to secure their devices and instead ensure strong cyber security is built into consumer IoT products by design.
IGF Good Practice Paper
This paper represents an overview of the current thinking, with the aim to further develop this position during the IGF meeting in 2017, moving towards a "rough consensus", global, multi stakeholder position on an ethical approach towards loT development and deployment.
OTA IOT Security and Privacy Trust Framework
The IoT Trust Framework includes a set of strategic principles necessary to help secure IOT devices and their data when shipped and throughout their entire life-cycle.
This document aims to provide guidance to network operators in addressing issues of security and resilience of the global Internet routing system. Another important goal is to document the commitment of industry leaders to address these issues, which should amplify the impact as more supporters join.
IoT Security Guidelines ver. 1.0 Formulated
The creation of innovative business models through the utilization of IoT and the realization of a safe and secure society for the public are important goals for Japan.