MULTOS Consortium joins IoTSF


The MULTOS Consortium has become the latest member of the IoT Security Foundation (IoTSF), a collaborative, non-profit, international organisation responding to the complex challenges of security in the expansive hyper-connected world. 

As a member of IoTSF, the MULTOS Consortium will join forces with IoT security professionals, product and service vendors, integrators, government agencies and many other organisations within the IoT ecosystem to raise the quality bar and to tackle the pervasive security issues facing IoT.

“We are very pleased to join the rapidly expanding IoT Security Foundation as we feel the fundamental messages of Security First, Fit for Purpose, and Resilience, fully align with the MULTOS technology benefits for connected devices,” says Paul Wilson, commercial manager of the MULTOS Consortium. “The mission of the foundation to promote clear best practice and appropriate security is an area where the MULTOS Consortium can contribute significant value, and we look forward to working with the IoT Security Foundation to help secure the future connected eco-systems.”

John Moor, managing director of IoTSF, says “Ensuring the security of the Internet of Things is a significant challenge of our time. The world is becoming hyper-connected and this represents an expanding threat surface which can be exploited in many ways by adversaries of all types. It is important that leaders of industry work together to eliminate vulnerabilities across the IoT spectrum. We’re therefore delighted to welcome the MULTOS Consortium to the ranks of the IoT Security Foundation as a founding member and support the critical mission of making it safe to connect.”

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