GSMA IoT Security Guidelines – complete document set

February 9, 2016

Technical Document

GSMA

The set of guideline documents promotes a methodology for developing secure IoT services to ensure security best practices are implemented throughout the life cycle of the service. The documents provide recommendations on how to mitigate common security threats and weaknesses within IoT services.

The scope the document set is limited to recommendations pertaining to the design and implementation of IoT services and network elements. This document set is not intended to drive the creation of new IoT specifications or standards, but will refer to currently available solutions, standards and best practice.

After downloading, you can demonstrate that your company’s products are aligned with the GSMA IoT Security Guidelines by completing the IoT Security Self-Assessment. Self-assessed products and services will be listed on our website after submission.

Documents are in PDF format and in English unless stated otherwise

 

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english-iconDownload Service Ecosystem Document

english-iconDownload Endpoint Ecosystem Document

english-iconDownload Network Operator Document

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chinese-iconDownload Overview Document (Chinese)

chinese-iconDownload Service Ecosystem Document (Chinese)

chinese-iconDownload Endpoint Ecosystem Document (Chinese)

chinese-iconDownload Network Operator Document (Chinese)

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