On 19 November 2019, the European Union Agency for Network and Information Security (ENISA) released its report ‘Good practices for security of Internet of Things (IoT)’ (Report), providing a comprehensive analysis of security concerns surrounding IoT, secure Software Development Life Cycle (sSDLC) principles, and setting out best practices. Below, we highlight some of the key points. The Report can be read in full here.
IoT refers to a network of internet-connected devices, ranging from microwaves to phones to smart homes. ENISA is tasked with improving the resilience of Europe’s critical information infrastructure and networks, and the Report focuses on establishing good practices for securing the IoT software development process. As a precursor to the Report, in 2017, ENISA released its study ‘Baseline Security Recommendations for IoT’ (here).
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