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ENISA Report Highlights: Guidelines for Securing the Internet of Things

Over the past four years, I’ve been fortunate enough to contribute to several papers produced by the European Union Agency for Cybersecurity (ENISA). ENISA was started in 2004 as a place for industry experts to partner and work together towards the common goal of making Europe more cyber secure. The Agency works closely with both Member States and the private sector to deliver advice and solutions as well as improving their capabilities. It also supports the development of a cooperative response to large-scale cross-border cybersecurity incidents or crises. Since 2019, the Agency has also drawn up cybersecurity certification schemes. Our latest report, “Guidelines for Securing the Internet of Things”, was written to help establish a security framework for securing the Internet of Things (IoT). The framework provides guidance for both consumers and providers on how to secure IoT devices and infrastructures, considering the whole cybersecurity cycle. In writing this paper, one of the main objectives was to address the challenges that the global supply chains for IoT must overcome to deliver greater security. We include a non-exhaustive list of security considerations alongside a set of best practices to help ensure not only the security but also the overall quality of […]