Vision - An IoT ecosystem built on trust and innovation, by prioritizing safety, privacy and security
The Internet of Things (IoT) offer consumers, businesses, and governments across the globe countless benefits. As is true with most emerging technology, however, there remain some significant challenges. OTA believes that through leadership, innovation, and collaboration, we can overcome these challenges and create a safer and more trustworthy connected world. This requires a shared responsibility including industry embracing security and privacy by design and adopt responsible privacy practices.
Internet of Things (IoT) Trust Framework v2.5 - updated October 14, 2017
Enterprise IoT Security Checklist - released April 17, 2018
Smart Home Checklist, Advice for Buyers, Sellers & Renters - updated March 2017
Securing the Internet of Things: A Collaborative & Shared Responsibility - updated May 4, 2017
Additional Resources and Background
Coalition Embraces IoT Trust Principles - January 5, 2017
RSA 2017 Internet of Insecurity Presentation - Self Regulation or Regulation - February 15, 2017
OTA Blog - IoT Threats - What We Can Do Today & Tomorrow - November 15, 2016
Consumer Information & Resources
Checklists, recommendations, and resources to help improve security of your devices, and better protect your family’s personal data and privacy. Resources include tips to help optimize the security and privacy of your devices, considerations for purchasing connected devices and questions when buying or selling a smart home.
Industry Information & Resources
OTA is convener of a multi-stakeholder initiative to address public policy and technology issues impacting IoT devices. Through this effort OTA released the IoT Trust Framework, a strategic set of foundational principles providing guidance for developers, device manufacturers, and service providers to help enhance the privacy, security, and life-cycle of their products. To-date over 100 organizations including industry leaders, consumer and privacy advocates, testing organizations, academia, government agencies, and others have contributed to this effort. The working group's goal is to help promote best practices, embrace a self-regulatory code of conduct and help educate policy makers worldwide.