Sonia Compans, Moderator, David Mudd, Roland Atoui, Juhani Eronen, Jamie Randall, Alex Buchan, Laurens Vanoijen
Product assurance schemes play an important role in consumer IoT security. Typically, they provide a consumer-facing assurance label or kitemark which demonstrates that the product has undergone independent testing or a robust self-assessment process, thus helping consumers make security-conscious purchasing decisions. Assessment feedback can also be communicated privately to manufacturers to help them improve their product. But operating an assurance scheme for consumer IoT can be challenging, not least due to the broad diversity of relevant products and the rapid innovation in this space.
This webinar panel features speakers with experience in this area. It will consider options for managing these challenges and look ahead to a possible IoT security certification scheme under the EU Cybersecurity Act.