The Centre for Strategic Cyber Space and Security Science (CSCIS) Internet of Things (IoT) Security Framework described in this whitepaper aims to define processes and standards for secure IoT infrastructure usage and development. This whitepaper will help to strengthen the security of IoT by making technical and policy recommendations and developing best practices for the design, deployment, maintenance and usage of IoT devices.
This paper was prepared by Christopher Lek, Ethan Chen, Henry Hu, Mickey Law and Wyatt Lee and members of the Centre for Strategic Cyberspace + Internatonal Studies (CSCIS) IoT Security Standard Development Technical Committee. Contributors Richard Zaluski, CSCIS President, CEO, Dr. Phoebe Fletcher, CSCIS Executive Vice President, International Policy and Political Science. Overall guidance was provided by Aloysius Cheang, CSCIS Executive Vice President, Asia Pacific.
This work is a product of the staff and volunteers of CSCIS. The findings, interpretations, and conclusion expressed in this work do not necessarily reflect the views of the donors of the CSCIS or its Board of Directors.
The whitepaper benefitted from close partnership and extensive discussion with staff of the iSyncGroup Inc. that had provided the initial draft of this whitepaper.
In addition, we would like to thank The Association of Information Security Professionals (AISP) in Singapore for the strong support and extensive discussion that made this whitepaper possible.
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Please cite the work as follows: Centre for Strategic Cyberspace + Internatonal Studies. 2018. Centre for Strategic Cyberspace + Internatonal Studies: Internet of Things (IoT) Security Whitepaper. London, United Kingdom: Centre for Strategic Cyberspace + Internatonal Studies. License: Creative Commons Attribution CC BY 3.0 IGO.