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The Industrial Internet Consortium is a global not-for-profit partnership of industry, government and academia founded in March 2014. Their mission is to bring together organizations and technologies necessary to accelerated the growth of the industrial internet by identifying, assembling, testing, and promoting best practices.
The Internet of Things (IoT) Security Maturity Model (SMM) builds on the concepts identified in the Industrial Internet Security Framework (IISF) and provides a path for IoT providers to understand where they need to be, make intelligent choices about which mechanisms to use and how to invest in the mechanisms to meet their needs. The IoT SMM provides a pragmatic approach, enabling implementation teams to communicate an IoT system’s current state of security through confident discussions with business stakeholders about the desired state of security maturity, where gaps exist and a roadmap for achieving their goal. It also describes how to reach a given security comprehensiveness for each security domain, subdomain and practice and can be extended to address specific industry or system scope needs.
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