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Guide to the IoT Controls Matrix v3
Guide to the IoT Controls Matrix v3
Who it's for:
  • auditors
  • security architects
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  • security engineers
  • penetration testers

Guide to the IoT Controls Matrix v3

Release Date: 04/25/2022

The Guide to the IoT Security Controls Matrix provides instructions for using the companion CSA IoT Security Controls Matrix v3. This guide explains how to use the framework to evaluate and implement an IoT system for your organization by providing a column by column description and explanation. 

The IoT Security Controls Matrix is relevant for enterprise IoT systems that incorporate multiple types of connected devices, cloud services, and networking technologies. The Framework has utility across many IoT domains from systems processing only “low-value” data with limited impact potential, to highly sensitive systems that support critical services. The classification of a system is assigned by the system owner based on the value of the data being stored and processed and the potential impact of various types of physical security threats. 
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Acknowledgements

​Aaron Guzman
​Aaron Guzman

​Aaron Guzman

Aaron is a passionate information security professional specializing in IoT, embedded, and automotive security. He is co-author of the “IoT Penetration Testing Cookbook” and a technical editor for the "Practical Internet of Things Security” Packt Publishing books. Aaron is co-chair of CSA’s IoT working group as well as a leader for OWASP’s IoT and Embedded Application Security projects; providing practical guidance to address the most commo...

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Brian Russell
Brian Russell

Brian Russell

Brian Russell is co-author of the book “Practical Internet of Things Security” and is a Chief Engineer focused on Cyber Security Solutions for Leidos (www.leidos.com). He oversees the design and development of security solutions and the implementation of privacy and trust controls for customers. Brian leads efforts that include security engineering for Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) and Connected Cars, and the development of hig...

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Michael Roza
Michael Roza
Risk, Audit, Control and Compliance Professional

Michael Roza

Risk, Audit, Control and Compliance Professional

Since 2012 Michael has contributed to over 100 CSA projects completed by CSA's Internet of Things, Zero Trust/Software-Defined Perimeter, Top Threats, Cloud Control Matrix, Containers/Microservices, DevSecOps, and other working groups. He has also served as co-chair of CSA's Enterprise Architecture, Top Threats, and Security-as-a-Service working groups while also serving as the Standards Liaison Officer for IoT, ICS, EA, SECaaS, and Cloud K...

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