Internet Of Things Certification
The Internet of Things is increasingly becoming a popular topic of discussion among businesses. More devices are getting connected as broadband internet becomes more commonly available. Simply said, IoT refers to a gadget that is linked to the internet, which might be a coffee machine, a car, a phone, a laptop, or a washing machine.
The CCC-IoT Foundation certification program is a non-technical and business-oriented certification developed for anyone seeking a fundamental understanding of IoT principles, vocabulary, and business views.
The Internet of Things is quickly becoming a growing topic of conversation within organizations. With broadband internet becoming widely available more devices are becoming connected. IoT simply puts means that a device is connected to the internet – this can mean a coffee machine, a car, telephone, laptop or washing machine.
The CCC-IoT Foundation certification program is a non-technical and business-oriented certification designed for those who are looking to develop a base level understanding of IoT concepts, terminology and the business perspectives of IoT.
The IoT program is not a technical program, but those attending this certification benefit from a decent understanding of internet concepts and cloud computing technologies.
What we do
We provide Gap Assessment, Consulting, and training for enterprises to become CMMI compliant as a Qualified Lead Assessor and empaneled by CERT-In.
ISO 27001 2013 Transition ISO 27001 2022
At the end of October 2022, the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) published a new version of ISO/IEC 27001:2022.
ISO 27001 is the world’s leading information security standard, providing control requirements to create an Information Security Management System (ISMS).
The changes will help align ISO 27001 with other ISO management standards. Significant changes largely revolve around planning and defining process criteria, as well as monitoring standards.
Updates to Clauses 4-10
ISO 27001:2022 includes the same number of clauses as ISO 27001:2013, but the text has changed slightly.
To whom it may concern:
This standard can be applied to any organization regardless of its size and activity that wishes to demonstrate its effectiveness in ISMS to its clients, partners, suppliers, or shareholders.
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IoT audit and certification is a process of evaluating the security and compliance of IoT devices, systems, and networks. It involves identifying and assessing security risks and implementing controls to mitigate those risks. IoT audit and certification can help organizations to:
- Protect their data and systems from theft, fraud, and other security threats.
- Meet regulatory requirements.
Improve the efficiency and effectiveness of their IoT deployments
What we offer
We offer a variety of services and certifications to help businesses improve the security of their IoT deployments owing to our proficient IoT team member auditors, some of them are as follows:
- IoT risk assessment: we can assess an organization’s IoT deployments to identify security risks. This may involve reviewing the organization’s security policies and procedures, as well as conducting vulnerability assessments of the organization’s IoT devices and systems.
- IoT security consulting: we can provide guidance and advice to organizations on how to improve the security of their IoT deployments. This may involve developing security policies and procedures, implementing security controls, and conducting training for staff.
- IoT penetration testing: we can conduct penetration tests of an organization’s IoT deployments to identify security vulnerabilities. This may involve simulating attacks on the organization’s IoT devices and systems.
- IoT certification: finally, we certify an organization’s IoT deployments as meeting specific security standards. This may involve auditing the organization’s IoT deployments to verify that they meet the requirements of the chosen standard.
Some of the certifications we offer include:
- ISO/IEC 27001: This is an international standard for information security management. It covers a wide range of security controls, including those for IoT devices and systems.
- IEC 62443: This is an international standard for industrial automation and control systems security. It specifically addresses the security of IoT devices and systems used in industrial environments.
- NIST Cybersecurity Framework: This is a framework developed by the US National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). It provides a set of guidelines for organizations to improve their cybersecurity posture.
- IoT Security Foundations: This is a framework developed by the IoT Security Foundation. It provides a set of best practices for securing IoT devices and systems.
The specific services and certifications we offer will vary depending on the specific needs of the organization. However, we are confident that we can help organizations improve the security of their IoT deployments and meet their compliance requirements. Get in touch today and get your IoT in place.