Relay Medical Corp announced today that its integrated cybersecurity platform Cybeats has joined the Internet of Things Security Foundation (IoTSF) to support the formulation of best practices for consumer and regulatory adoption of cybersecurity.
The IoTSF is a global non-profit organization with the mission to help secure the IoT. Amongst many of the IoTSF group activities, it promotes cybersecurity practice guidance, and maintains a comprehensive Compliance Framework of recommended steps for creating secure IoT products and services for providers, purchasers and policymakers.
Cybeats said it has joined as a member to leverage its cybersecurity expertise. The company said it offers cybersecurity to IoT device users and manufactures from the design stage throughout the product’s life cycle. “Cybeats, is working to secure the IoT with innovative and cost effective solutions targeting the global industry,” said Yoav Raiter, CEO, Relay Medical Corp.
The Internet of Things Security Foundation brings together leading cybersecurity companies to work in concert with each other to bring intelligent thinking necessary for future policies and regulation for the IoT.
Relay has also announced that its Cybeats cybersecurity platform now supports Android Operating Systems for IoT devices in addition to the wide range of Linux systems supported by the integrated solution. It is an integrated security platform designed to secure and protect connected devices. Cybeats unique approach eliminates device downtime due to cyber-attacks and allows device manufacturers to develop and maintain protected devices. Cybeats is a wholly owned subsidiary of Relay Medical Corp.