Google and others back Internet of Things security push

Rather than becoming ubiquitous in homes as expected, the Internet of Things (IoT) has become the butt of jokes, in part because of major security and privacy issues. UK mobile chip designer ARM — which created the architecture used by Qualcomm, Samsung and others — has a lot to lose if it doesn’t take off. As such, it has unveiled a new security framework called Platform Security Architecture (PSA) that will help designers build security directly into device firmware.ARM notes that “many of the biggest names in the industry” have signed on to support PSA (sorry ARM, that’s a bad acronym). That includes Google Cloud Platform, Sprint, Softbank, which owns ARM, and Cisco.

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