ETSI launches DECT-2020 new radio interface for IoT
Developed by ETSI in the 90’s, the DECT standard (Digital enhanced cordless telecommunications) is implemented in more than a billion short-range communication devices around the world. The technology is now taking a giant step forward with a new set of DECT-2020 New Radio (NR) standards: the ETSI TS 103 636 series defines an advanced radio interface applying modern radio technologies.
Setting a global standard for cybersecurity in the IoT
The value of data in an information-driven society makes any connected device a prime target for cyber attacks. Back when devices operated offline or were only accessible physically, over short-range network links, the threat was limited; only devices that were physically accessible were at risk. By Alex Leadbeater, Chair of ETSI Technical Committee CYBER.
Making provisions for cyber security
As the level of connectivity in our everyday lives increases dramatically, we are never far away from another headline of a vulnerability found in a baby monitor or an autonomous car having been driven into a ditch following a hack. This has increased the need for greater provisions for cyber security.
ETSI releases consumer IoT security standard
The ETSI Technical Committee on Cybersecurity (TC CYBER) has unveiled the ETSI EN 303 645 IoT security standard that establishes a security baseline for internet connected consumer products and provides a basis for future IoT certification schemes.
ETSI launches AR framework for a multi-vendor ecosystem
The ETSI Industry Specification Group on the AR Framework (ISG ARF) has launched ETSI GS ARF 003, a key specification towards the interoperability of AR components. Today industrial and end users tend to frequently depend on a single provider to deploy AR applications and services.