Spirent has now becomes the first company to perform testing for pioneering certification program for CTIA IoT for IoT devices
Spirent Communications, has reported that it has been endorsed as an Authorized Test Lab for CTIA IoT Cybersecurity Certification, another testing program intended to affirm the security plans and abilities of cell connected IoT devices. Spirent SecurityLabs collaborated with driving remote operators, technology organizations, security specialists and other test labs all through the advancement of the program test prerequisites and plans.
The program depends on IoT security suggestions from the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) and the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST).
Spirent has broad involvement in the security and execution assessment of cell and system connected IoT devices, is a noticeable individual from the IoT Community, and a supporter of the IoT Slam gathering. Bill Mortimer, VP of strategic marketing at Spirent, is the present Advisory Board Chairman for the IoT Community.
“Threat performing artists have over and again shown their aptitude at infiltrating IoT devices in vehicles, healing facilities, producing plants, utilities and open foundation for detestable purposes,” said Sameer Dixit, Sr. Director, security consulting, Spirent Communications. “We have created sharp aptitude in comprehensively evaluating the security and execution of connected IoT devices and offer far reaching testing services to merchants, conveying associations and specialist co-ops. With the extra advantage of CTIA’s IoT Cybersecurity Certification, customers can all the more likely oversee and ensure their systems and vital—and often life-preserving—devices.”
Spirent SecurityLabs right now offers extensive IoT security and execution testing and will start CTIA IoT Cybersecurity Certification in October 2018 once the program officially starts.