Capgemini is committed to data security and threat intelligence to help businesses around the world secure their digital and cloud transformation processes, enhance their IT assets, and increase operational safety.
The ioXt Alliance, the international standard for IoT security, today announced the inclusion of Capgemini to the ioXt Approved Laboratories certification programme. Capgemini is a leader in working with businesses to transform and manage their operations by leveraging technology. The ioXt Alliance’s exclusive third-party test suppliers are authorised labs. All testing necessary for IoT devices to be certified by ioXt and to display the ioXt SmartCert mark, which offers security assurance to businesses and consumers, is carried out by authorised labs.
Capgemini collaborates with top technology firms to maximise the performance of their systems and processes, offer extraordinary, personalised customer experiences, and unlock the potential of data. Capgemini employs a depth of knowledge to solve the complete spectrum of company demands across four domains: engineering, operations, applications and technology, and strategy and transformation. Capgemini has a global network of testing facilities and cyber defence centres, which enables the business to accommodate and offer testing services to ioXt’s clients all over the world.
The ioXt Alliance is the only industry-led, international IoT device security and certification programme in the world, with certification profiles developed by top-tier firms in technology and device manufacturing. In a society where everything is connected, consumers and retailers have more confidence in products with the ioXt SmartCert mark.
The ioXt Certification Program evaluates products against the eight ioXt pledge principles with a focus on security, upgradability, transparency, and compliance. This requires that the devices be tested against clear guidelines for quantifying the ideal level of security needed for a specific device within a product category. The ioXt SmartCert label is applied to a device once testing has determined that it meets or exceeds the requirements.