ISO/IEC 30141:2018 | Internet of Things (IoT)
In 2018, ISO, together with the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC), published ISO/IEC 30141, the world’s first harmonizing, standard reference-architecture for the Internet of Things (IoT) – the complex assemblage of billions of smart devices connected through the Internet. Applying the standard will make the IoT more effective, safer, resilient and much more secure.
Collectively, the IoT can make us more connected, knowledgeable, efficient, effective and less wasteful. But if handled incorrectly, it can make our computer networks and our data less secure and lacking resilience. For it is the relative simplicity of IoT devices that creates as many challenges as it does opportunities. "The benefits are numerous but, at the same time, the biggest risks are resilience and security"
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